Fly High with Nike Flyknits
A team of programmers, engineers and designers developed the much-anticipated running shoe over the last four years. The feather-light trainer barely tips the scales at a remarkable 10 ounces. It was designed especially for runners seeking a shoe so lightweight it goes nearly unnoticed as they jog.
Nike’s patented Flyknit technology uses a knit construction technique to produce a seamless upper crafted with nylon wires engineered for the perfect fit. Constructing a Nike Flyknit is so precise that it creates no material waste unlike traditional shoes making it a green wonder.
Nike's LunarGlide+ 4
Meet version 4.0 of the Nike LunarGlide. This crowd favorite has been designed for the distance trainer seeking a supportive fit on their daily dash. The resilient LunarGlide 4 trainer is a sure fit for runners clocking 5 to 15 miles weekly. The shoe has been designed with no overlays and glove-like fit runners enjoy.
The upper is fitted with a snug bootie wrapping the arch giving runners a fit and secure feeling around the midfoot. This shoe has been designed for those with a mild overpronation and supports the feet to correct the issue.
The LunarGlide can be used with Nike+ systems, such as the Nike+ Running app or Nike FuelBands.
Run Free with Nike Free 3.0 V$
Slip on a pair of the Nike Free 3.0 V4 for smooth striding. The popular shoe serves runners seeking a minimalist edition. The V4 strengthens runner’s feet during training and has a skin fit design with a thin sole for athletes that enjoy lightweight shoes with little cushioning.
This new addition includes Nanoply or engineered suede that is laser cut for an adaptive forming fit.
Boulder Running Company
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