April 18, 2017 / nike running
This is the Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4%, the shoe that crossed the finish line first in Boston yesterday — twice. Nike athletes Geoffrey Kirui, Galen Rupp and Suguru Osako took first, second and third in the men’s elite field, while Edna Kiplagat earned first and Jordan Hasay nabbed third in the women’s race all wearing versions of this shoe.
The Zoom Vaporfly 4% pairs a Nike ZoomX midsole (for responsive cushioning) with a full-length carbon plate (intended to minimize energy loss during toe bend without increasing demand for the calf). Together, these features can make runners up to four percent more efficient than Nike’s previous fastest marathon shoe.
The Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% will be available June 8 on nike.com and at select retailers.
April 18, 2017 / nike sportswear
On April 20, NIKEiD launches personalization of the Nike Air VaporMax with two upper options, black and black/white, and seven sole colors: orange, volt, turquoise, blue, pink, clear and black. The black sole option includes the additional opportunity to choose between seven colors for the swoosh.
April 18, 2017 / nikelab
NikeLab offers a neutral colorway of the Air VaporMax, available April 27 in women's sizing at nike.com/nikelab and select retailers.
NikeLab offers a neutral colorway of the Air VaporMax, available April 27 at nike.com/nikelab and select retailers.
April 17, 2017 / nike sportswear
The Nike Air Max More mixes elements of '90s Air Max DNA with the tooling of the Air Max 2017. It has wide lacing and an internal bootie for seamless fit and maximum comfort.
It's now available at select retailers.
April 17, 2017 / nike running
The Nike Flyknit Racer returns in a pastel Macaron Pack, comprised of pistachio, blueberry, lavender and strawberry themed colorways. It is available May 19 on Nike+, nike.com, SNKRS and at select retailers.
On April 20, NIKEiD launches the first-ever opportunity to apply one of 90 color options to the Nike Air Sock Racer OG exclusively in Greater China, and on May 4 everywhere else.
April 15, 2017 / training (women's)
The NikeLab Air Zoom Strong women's training shoe wraps the foot with a one-piece neoprene bootie and wide adjustable straps. Flywire cables and Zoom Air cushioning in the heel allow for dynamic movement, while the mid-cut silhouette provides additional ankle stability.
It's now available in a Light Bone colorway on Nike+, nike.com/nikelab and at select retailers.
It's now available in a Light Blue colorway on Nike+, nike.com/nikelab and at select retailers.