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Why We’re Stoked to Run in Nike’s Updated Vaporfly 4% and Zoom Fly
For the average runner who trots around their neighborhood, an average running shoe will do. But if you’re a competitive athlete who’s constantly chasing a PR, the latest gear and technology can help you eke out a stronger finish and shave some time off your mile, 5K, or half-marathon time.
Try Nike’s Vaporfly 4% and Zoom Fly on for size. These aren’t new models, per se; but they have undergone some serious upgrades—just in time for marathon season.
Both shoes now sport a Flyknit upper, making them more lightweight, breathable, and comfortable in the long haul. Moreover, the Zoom Fly will utilize React foam, rather than Lunarlon; this will give your runs a softer feel underfoot and provide greater energy return. Nike’s also embedding a carbon-fiber plate in the belly of the foam, a spec we’ve only seen in the Vaporfly 4%. The scooped plate aids in propulsion—that tumbling forward sensation, which helps you roll into each stride with greater ease.
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