A running shoe should have everything
November 18, 2008
A running shoe should have everything—cushioning, stability and lightweight performance. And when the Nike design team approached the design of the Nike Zoom Start+ 2009, they made sure it had it all. The Nike Zoom Start+ 2009 is the running shoe for the emerging runner looking for comfort and a unique fit and feel.
For the upper, forefoot overlays were reduced and support was added only where it was needed. Flywire technology was also integrated into the midfoot panel The Flywire technology, a performance architecture that uses very thin and incredibly strong fibers to support the foot, has allowed Nike designers to create some of the lightest footwear to date while actually improving stability. By adding Flywire into the midfoot panel, it creates a great fit and feel against the foot.
Open mesh and seamless construction in the forefoot provide unsurpassed comfort while increasing the shoe’s breathability. A full-length Cushlon midsole with Nike Zoom cushioning gives a soft and comfortable ride. Strategically placed segments of BRS 1000 carbon rubber, located at high-wear zones, contribute durability and traction and complete the design.
The Nike Zoom Start+ is also able to incorporate the Nike+ innovation which allows runners to hear vital data about their run, such as speed and distance as they run.
NIKE ZOOM START+ 2009For the runner looking for comfort and a unique fit and feel.• Flywire technology integrated into the midfoot panel for a great fit and feel against the foot• Open mesh and seamless construction in the forefoot for unsurpassed comfort• Full-length Cushlon midsole with Nike Zoom cushioning for a soft and comfortable ride• Full-length BRS1000 carbon rubber with modified Waffle outsole design for great traction on a variety of surfaces