Nike Air Vapormax Flyknit 2.0 Black For Womens Size
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Featuring the latest Max Air innovation underfoot, the Nike Air VaporMax Flyknit 2 running shoe sports trendy elements. Reinforced heel support is associated with Flyknit technology that conforms to the shape of the foot. The futuristic sole completes the model, creating an ideal shoe for both your fast runs and to display a sought-after look.
The latest innovation in Max Air cushioning offers an incredible feeling from the tip to the heel. The shoe has a Nike Air unit directly under the foot, eliminating the traditional midsole. The cushioning protects your foot from shocks during the stride. He is amazing. Dynamic and offering the feeling of floating, the Air VaporMax gives you the impression of defying gravity.
Keeping everything light
The reinforcement added to the heel offers more support than the previous version of the shoe. It gives you a smoother hold feeling to keep your foot steady, instead of swaying to the sides as you run.
Perfect fit and breathable comfort
Flyknit fabric conforms to the natural shape of your foot for a feeling of optimal comfort. The looser mesh on the top of your foot allows air to circulate, whether it's running your 5 km daily or facing a long day.
Flywire cables built into the laces for extra support when you tighten them
Rubber outsole sections on the heel and forefoot for durability
Heel / forefoot difference: 10 mm
At the origin of the design
The Air VaporMax opens a new era of Nike innovation. "It has completely transformed our design approach for Air technology," says Zachary Elder, a designer specializing in cushioning innovation. With VaporMax, designers really wanted to give athletes the impression of "running on air". They began by restructuring the Air unit to connect it directly to the upper. "It was the biggest challenge," says Tom Minami, senior shoe designer, but it was worth it. "With no midsole or sockliner, you'll rediscover the feel of Air cushioning. In previous Air Max models, the goal was to place as many Air units as possible in the outsole, but the VaporMax relies on more efficient use of the technology. "When you put your foot down, each lug goes into the Air unit, increasing the pressure," says Zachary Elder. "When you lift your foot, the pressure is released, creating even more dynamic cushioning." After working for seven years on this shoe, Zachary Elder and Tom Minami are eager to discover what the future holds for them. "I'm really proud of the product," says Zachary Elder. "This new approach represents a real turning point for Nike Air technology, and also for Nike. "
Origins of Nike Air Max
Nike's revolutionary Air-Sole unit was incorporated into Nike shoes in 1978. In 1987, the Nike Air Max 1 was for the first time equipped with a visible air cushion in the heel. Now, in addition to feeling the comfort of the Air-Sole technology, everyone could also see it in action. Since then, the Nike Air Max new generation shoes have been a constant hit with athletes and collectors, with striking color combinations and a perfectly cushioned, lightweight stride.
Origins of Flyknit technology
The Nike Flyknit technology has been developed to meet the needs of riders looking for a shoe whose behavior, hardly noticeable, reproduce the maintenance and comfort of a sock. Nike has embarked on a four-year mission in which programmers, engineers, and designers have been thinking about creating the technology to make a mesh upper with static properties for structure and durability. Then, the precise placement of the areas of support, flexibility and breathability (all in one piece) has been redesigned. The result: an almost seamless, fitted and ultralight upper. This unprecedented precision optimizes performance while reducing cutting and sewing waste by 60% on average. The equivalent of six recycled plastic bottles are used in every pair of Flyknit shoes, avoiding the disposal of thousands of tons of material.
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