If you’re going to show any amounts of praise towards the excellence of Nike Running, much of the credit should be handed towards their Nike Sport Research Lab for their efforts in collecting as much data/insight from their athletes to thus render high quality performance products. Just last month, the Swoosh unveiled their latest proposition to the running demographic with the introduction of the Nike Infinity React Run, a brand new running model that takes injury prevention to another level. Designed with an additive approach, the silhouette is Beaverton’s most tested running sneaker to date, and amps up its foam volume by 25% to provide a substantial amount support for all that set foot into its soles.
Aside from the previously shown platinum/pink colorway, one of the additional styles that will kick off its launch is this standard black/white makeover. Flyknit uppers are dyed entirely in a blacked out hue, leaving the only notes of contrast to be found through its sock liner stitchings, Swoosh logos molds, and tiny “Flyknit” hits present near the medial ankle areas. The now enhanced React midsole is left untouched, and welded down below with two-toned tread. Check out a gallery of official images here below, and find these dropping on Nike.com and at select retailers early next year for $160 USD.
Nike Infinity React Run
Style Code: CD4371-002