Want more bounce when you run? Check out the Epic React Flyknit. Nike says it offers a foam called “React” that provides more cushion from impact and gives them the energy return to help runners stay fresh late in a run.
The shoe’s upper is simple. The forefoot, toe and arch are sculpted, thanks to the one-piece Nike Flyknit bootie that was precision-engineered for support, flexibility and breathability in spots where runners need it.
The midsole is one piece of Nike React foam with no carrier, cement or glue.
Because the upper sits on one piece of foam, the outsole is essentially the same as the midsole, but with a segment of rubber under the forefoot and heel for added traction and to help enhance the shoe’s durability.
Look for this runner to hit stores and Nike.com on Feb. 22.