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Ever struggle to match those bold K-Deer leggings to your sneakers? Even if you’re lucky enough to have a wall full of kicks, it can be tricky to match those bold prints to your colorful sneaks without looking like a full-on rainbow.

Enter Nike’s Tight of the Moment: It’s back this month with the launch of the Sneaker Tight, a printed legging designed with your Flyknits—and your style—in mind.

After the uber-popularity of the Flyknit sneaker, the brand was inspired to merge the Free Transform into wearable fabrics. With Flyknit-inspired colors and graphics, the leggings are meant to not only merge seamlessly into your workout look, but also allow for a higher performance level. The lightweight and breathable Nike Pro technology is fully incorporated into the legging, meaning superior stretch and movement—time to try out that box jump?

The brand’s Tight of the Moment franchise started in October 2012 and periodically (with no set schedule) releases a tight based off of a current cultural phenomenon—like its World Cup tight and its Air Jordan tight.

The tights are being offered exclusively to Nike+ members, starting May 5, and will be available for the general public on Nike’s website May 12—so get ready to free up your wallet.

Photo: Nike

This isn’t the first time Nike has been a leader in innovation—their latest shoe offerings want to change the way you wear sneakers.