Sunday, January 26, 2014

Nike Lunarglide 4

The Nike LunarGlide+ 4: Less weight. Better fit.The Nike LunarGlide+ 4 Men#39;s Running Shoe offers the same LunarGlide ride runners love with the addition of dynamic Flywire for an adaptive, glove-like fit#45;and it#39;s lighter than its predecessor. It's no wonder it was voted "Best Update" by Runner's World (September 2012).#160;BenefitsLunarlon cushioning for an incredibly soft and springy rideUltra-light Flywire threads cradle the foot for an adaptive, glove-like fitDynamic Support provides just the stability you needNike+ makes it easy to track, share and compare your runsWeight: 283 grams (men#39;s size 9) FitStrong, ultra-lightweight dynamic Flywire on the shoe#39;s upper is adjustable through the laces and wraps the midfoot and arch for a personalised, glove-like fit. An inner sleeve wraps around the entire foot for a plush, comfortable fit and easy on and off. StabilityThe latest LunarGlide features Dynamic Support in the midsole for stability without the added weight or stiffness of a traditional medial post. It also has a floating heel-support clip that moves with you and helps keep the back of the foot from rolling inward or outward upon landing to moderate excessive pronation. The clip wraps underfoot and tenses up as weight is applied to lock down the heel.Nike+ The Nike LunarGlide+ 4 is Nike+ ready, so you can easily track, share and compare your runs. Learn more at DetailsMesh upper for breathabilityReflective elements for enhanced visibility in low lightPlush foam collar for comfort and heel lockdownDeep flex grooves for flexibility and a smooth, efficient stride

Nike Hypervenoms

Engineered for the attacking striker, the Nike HYPERVENOM Phantom Men's Firm-Ground Soccer Cleat has a split-toe plate to maximize agility and a one-piece NikeSkin upper for a barefoot-like touch on the ball.

The split-toe plate and agility traction pattern deliver a quick response to help you find space when defenders close in. The cleat shapes and pattern are designed for sudden changes of direction with faster release and maximum responsiveness while the forefoot groove unleashes fierce toe-off speed for faster sprints.

Nike Flyknit Trainer+

The one-piece knit upper of the Nike Flyknit Trainer seamlessly integrates areas of high support, stretch and breathability where you need them most-without overlays, which add weight. For an adaptive fit, lightweight dynamic Flywire wraps the foot and is adjustable through the laces.

Nike Janoskis

MAXIMUM BOARDFEEL AND PREMIUM COMFORTFrom the mind of an innovative skate legend comes the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski Men's Skateboarding Shoe, a signature style with a low-profile, minimalist aesthetic and maximum boardfeel.BenefitsLeather and synthetic upper for supreme comfortNike Zoom for low-profile cushioning and lightweight performanceAutoclave construction fuses the outsole to the upper for a classic streamlined look and feelOne-piece heel to midfoot overlay for streamlined supportPerforations at vamp for breathabilityRubber outsole with herringbone traction pattern for durability, superior grip and easy change of direction

Adidas Spring-blades

In a category moving towards minimal, adidas stunned the running world with the unveiling of theSpringblade. Engineered for propulsion, the daring design completely revamped the midsole by replacing standard foam or elements natural and unnatural with that of 16 forward slanted blades composed of a high-tech polymer.

Thursday, May 30, 2013

new free 5.0+

how free do you want your run to be? with the new versions of free running shoes its all up to you, thanks to multiple flexibilty and support levels. the latest nike free 5.0+ is ideal if your new to a barefoot-like shoe or simply like a little more support. it offers more flexibility than the average running shoe, with flex grooves on the outsole to enhance natural range of motion. ultra-lightweight flywire on the shoes upper, wraps the foot for support. Nike suggests that users spend the first few weeks just walking in the shoe. Neutral runners will probably be able to work up to occasional speedwork and runs of five or more miles within eight weeks. Overpronators should most likely limit themselves to striders, technique drills, and runs of five or less miles. When you feel safe and comfortable in the Free 5.0, convert it to the even less protective Free 4.5 by replacing the 5.0 insole with the provided 4.5 insole. (Barefoot running is represented by a score of 0.0 on the Free scale.)