The shoe is known as the Flyknit and is a running shoe, which will discharge on February 22nd. The base is a strong bit of froth with a sewed upper, making it lightweight for running. Be that as it may, looking past this shoe the innovation is likely the beginning of another age of Nike shoes with all-froth bottoms.
The froth innovation itself is called React and was propelled a year ago in a Nike b-ball shoe – however that shoe encased the froth with an external layer keeping in mind the end goal to give the footing and steadiness that b-ball players require on the court. This new shoe is the main discharge where the base is a solitary bit of froth with no embodiment or packaging – significance you’re basically running straightforwardly on a mammoth pad.
So what are the advantages of a froth sole? It basically gives each stage a ricochet, which means the froth truly is pressed when your foot hits the ground at that point springs back to shape, impelling your foot up so you can make another stride