The Nike Air Presto was first introduced to world in 2000. Whether you were in grade school or high school at that time, we’re pretty sure that you owned a pair of the shoe that almost everyone in school had. Just like our favorite Flyknits today, they were so wearable on the streets, we bet you didn’t even know it was actually a running shoe.
Nike Air Presto: Migraine Fly (2000)
Fun fact: It was named such because when you put the shoe on, it fits so perfectly that it’s almost like a magician saying: ‘Presto’.
The first prototype of the shoe that was meant to change the running game was developed in Korea in 1996 before it was officially launched in 2000. And now 20 years after, the ahead-of-its time sock-like construction of the Presto is getting a makeover in the hit knit variety.
Meet the Nike Air Presto Ultra Flyknit, P8095
The new and improved Presto is now made with Flyknit to deliver stretch in the collar as well as ventilation in the toe and tongue. It also features a mid-cut collar, a trend that’s all over performance footwear these days. Spread the word and mark your calendars, ladies! Because the all-new Presto drops in stores May 5th.
The Nike Air Presto Ultra Flyknit will be available at Nike Park BGC, Nike Stadium Glorietta, Commonwealth, Sole Academy BGC, Sole Academy Alabang Town Center, Sole Academy Trinoma, Capital UP Town Center
Main image from solecollector.com