During the Breaking2 campaign, Nike engineered some of its best running shoes for its world-class runners as they strived to run through human limitations of running 26.2 miles under two hours. The Nike Zoom Vaporfly Elite was created in light of this Goliath-sized task.
Although the runners failed to run a marathon under two hours, a new shoe emerged from this running renaissance as the Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% released. Featuring the ZoomX foam that was popularized by the Vaporfly Elite (and now found in the Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo) and a carbon fiber plate, this upcoming Vaporfly 4% comes in a more breathable upper as Nike graces the pair with Flyknit.
You can get your hands on the all-new Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% Flyknit on its North American release on October, 4 retailing at $250 USD. You can read more about its other releases (including Europe which gives Nike Run Club members early access to the shoe by completing a designated challenge) and other details about the shoe here.
Take a look at the upcoming pair below, and let us know your thoughts on social.