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Shoe's weight: 187 gr. - ( Size 9 USA )
Pronation support: None
Drop: 8 mm
Running terrain: Road
Runner's weight: Light ( < 70 Kg.)
Running pace: Fast (< 4 min/km)
What's New: Upper — Outsole — Design
The Nike ZoomX Vaporfly Next% 3 are the men's running shoes, ideal for fast and light runners, made for competitions from 10k up to the marathon.
The upper has been completely redesigned with soft, resistant and perforated Flyknit mesh, which adapts better to the foot helping to keep the foot firmly inside, making the shoes lighter and significantly increasing ventilation. The midsole confirms the full-length Flyplate carbon fiber plate and the ZoomX compound with a new design that guarantee a greater balance between propulsion and stability, especially in the support phase. The anti-abrasion rubber sole, with Waffle design, has been made thinner without sacrificing grip and durability.
The Vaporfly Next% 3 will allow you to further raise the bar, reaching and exceeding your limits!
It uses a knitted upper construction process that increases support for a comfortable, custom fit. Seams, weight and friction areas are all reduced. Polyester yarn is more open in areas that need more flexibility and tighter in areas that require more support. Nike Flyknit also eliminates the need for multiple materials used to make traditional shoe uppers, significantly reducing pollution.
ZoomX foam guarantees the highest level reactive energy return among the actual Nike shoes in production today. The weight of ZoomX is lower than 1/3 with respect to the Cushlon foam in essence it has all the advantages in terms of maximum cushioning at a reduced weight.
A mix very similiar to the ZoomX was used predominantly in the aerospace industry, but for some time has this innovative technology has been found in high performance shoes.
The ZoomX foam sheets are made with autoclaves in extreme heat and pressure conditions: to obtain the final component of the midsole, the product is cut into predefined shapes and then inserted into compression molds.