by Brendan Dunne
Remember when Nike Flyknit was still relatively new and the thought of getting to customize a Flyknit silo was a distant dream?
Eventually Nike let the sneakers show up on NIKEiD, although it never did so for fan-favorite models in the line the Nike Flyknit Trainer and the Nike Flyknit Racer. It's introduced another shoe to the platform recently in the Nike LunarGlide 7, which doesn't have a full Flyknit upper but still qualifies.
The Nike LunarGlide 7 can be customized now on NIKEiD for $165.