Eastbay Memory Lane: Track and Field Footwear Circa 2000

words // Zack Schlemmer

With Usain Bolt’s Olympic record 100m sprint of 9.63 seconds last night at the Summer Olympics, today we’ll take a look at a page from 2000 with former world record holder Maurice Green and a full selection of track spikes.  Maurice Green held the world record in the 100m sprint from 1999 to 2002 with a time of 9.79 seconds.  On this page is the shoe he wore during those 9.79 seconds: the Nike Zoom Super Fly P in an eye-catching bright red and volt colorway.  Along with the Super Fly P are a wide selection of sprinting spikes from Nike, Mizuno, Puma, and adidas.  Included on the page, on sale at that point, were sprinting legend Michael Johnson’s Zoom JSC in black and gold, seen in a previous Memory Lane entry.



One Response to “Eastbay Memory Lane: Track and Field Footwear Circa 2000”

  1. kricks says:

    NIke Zoom JSC all day!