(L-R) Nike Zoom Superfly R4, Nike Zoom Ja Fly, Nike Zoom Maxcat 4, Nike Zoom Celar 4
(L-R) Nike Zoom LJ 4, Nike Zoom HJ III, Nike Zoom TJ 3, Nike Zoom PV II, Nike Zoom Javelin Elite, Nike Zoom Rotational 5
(L-R) Nike Zoom Victory Elite, Nike Zoom Matumbo 2, Nike Zoom Mamba 2
(L-R) Nike Lunaracer 3, Nike Flyknit Racer, Nike Zoom Streak 4, Nike Zoom Streak LT
A custom pair of spikes for Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce in Moscow.
Nike athletes’ competition footwear completes the modern look of sport in Moscow.
Nike presents the track and field footwear collection elite athletes will wear when competing for world titles in Moscow this week. Following last year’s dominance of volt yellow on the track in London, male athletes will don “Gamma Blue” and female athletes, “Pink Foil.”
The various Nike footwear used for track and field events represents the ultimate in lightweight performance. Paired with federation uniforms, the footwear completes the modern uniform of sport.
"When we talk to athletes, we hear from them that bold, vibrant colors make them feel invincible in competition," said Sean McDowell, Vice President, Creative Director Running. "These insights inspired our choice of Gamma Blue and Pink Foil for this collection."
The competition collection offers innovative design and performance for a variety of events:
Nike Zoom Superfly R4
Nike Zoom Ja Fly
Nike Zoom Maxcat 4
Nike Zoom Celar 4
Nike Zoom Victory Elite
Nike Zoom Matumbo 2
Nike Zoom Mamba 2
Nike Zoom LJ 4
Nike Zoom HJ III
Nike Zoom TJ 3
Nike Zoom PV II
Nike Zoom Javelin Elite
Nike Zoom Rotational 5
Nike Lunaracer 3
Nike Flyknit Racer
Nike Zoom Streak 4
Nike Zoom Streak LT
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