words // Nick Engvall
Nike running shoes are the latest style to receive the popular Fuse technology that has been used to reduce weights on Nike sneaker designs. The technology, which uses a mesh material combined with traditional materials in a uniquely bonded way, avoids using traditional stitching. So far we’ve seen it on the popular Zoom Hyperfuse basketball shoe but, today it arrives on the highly anticipated remake of the Nike Air Flow, now equipped with Lunar technology and named the Nike Lunar Flow.
LunarLon cushioning takes up residence in the midsole, with strategically placed BRS rubber in high-wear areas on the outsole. The aforementioned Fuse technology that ties together the one-piece upper, combined with lightweight LunarLon, keeps the weight of the Nike Lunar Flow at a feather-like 7.8 ounces. Two colorways of the new design are now available, one features Neon Lime, Black and White, and a second colorway comes in Photo Blue, Voltage Cherry and White.
Available now: Nike Lunar Flow