Nike React Infinity Run Provides Load Management for Your Joints

Nov 8, 2019 | Luis Torres |



In the past few years, Nike Running has developed an array of technological advancements that have pushed the envelope of performance and human achievement.

From the Nike ZoomX VaporFly NEXT% to the unreleased Nike AlphaFly that shattered the 2-hour marathon mark thanks to Eliud Kipchoge, Nike Running is continuously getting faster.

Eliud Kipchoge in the Nike AlphaFly

But often in the running world, running faster comes with a price — a higher (and accelerated) risk of injury.

To combat that, Nike Running’s newest silhouette is designed to reduce the risk of injury while simultaneously ensuring that your speed is at a maximum.

The Nike React Infinity Run merges the unprecedented performance of  4% technology with the help of React comfort for complete foot stability.

Nike React Infinity Run

The Nike React Infinity Run features a responsive platform and a widened midsole to provide a natural forward lean to propel you onward. The shoe is designed to create a more fluid foot strike to toe off transition for maximum performance with minimum effort.

From the wider platform to the supportive foam, the shoe reduces lateral movement to keep you healthy and safe on your runs.

Nike React Infinity Run

The shoe is designed for recovery runs and mid-range runs done at a comfortable pace.

The Nike React Infinity Run will be available to Nike Members on January 3 with a wide release on January 16. Keep it locked here at Nice Kicks for more information (and maybe a performance review) on these in the coming months.

Nike React Infinity Run