Nike announces a release date for the controversial Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT%
Among their list of “controversial” products, Nike‘s line of performance runners have become a major purpose of conflict in the world of professional athletics. Critiqued for its time-reducing characteristics and general upgrades, the NEXT% series was nearly banned from the current year’s Olympics, which are now postponed. And keeping in mind that we’ll need to stand by slightly longer to see what the professionals can accomplish with the pair, the general public will soon be able to own the highly engineered Air Zoom Alphafly NEXT%.
The shoe, which was designed for the world class, bears a tooling which is packed full to the brim with state of the art cushioning. Zoom Air pods accompany the forefoot, located on top of a full-length plate, made of carbon fiber. This stimulates a “springboard” effect. The ZoomX is bulked towards the heel, and this is visually noticeable. The uppers, which are made of an extremely sturdy, breathable weave, are a dark black shade all throughout, with oversized swooshes, and type branding. This beast of a show will be available in Black, Lime Blast, and Valerian Blue on the Nike website on the 2nd of June.
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