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Nike Streakfly

Road Racing Shoes


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Our lightest racing shoe, the Nike Streakfly is all about the speed you need to take on the competition in a mile, 5K or 10K race. Low profile with sleek details, it feels like it disappears on your foot to help you better connect with the road on the way to your personal best.

  • Colour Shown: White/Metallic Silver/Black
  • Style: DJ6566-101

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Reviews (29)

3.9 Stars

  • Fast, faster...fastest?

    TerryO571327495 - 16 Mar 2023

    Featherweight racer / trainer. Nike are marketing this as a 5k & 10k racing shoe but I think they are off the mark. If you have these and Vaporflys and a 10k race coming up, no contest, you will race in the Vaporfly. But....if you have a 6 x 1 mile road interval session or a 5k tempo run then this Streakfly wins hands down. I would also choose it for a mile road race (we have quite a lot of these in Portugal). It's super fast, super light and you can still feel the road, simply brilliant. When you pick up the pace you will love it Now Nike, put a nylon plate in it and make a Streakfly GT, you would have a world beater

  • Not what I expected, but it’s great!

    Massi - 06 Mar 2023

    I bought the Streakfly for some upcoming 5K races, but I soon figured out I prefer the Vaporflys or the Takumi Sen for racing…they simply have more energy return, thanks to the plate/rods. What I didn’t expect was to use the Streakfly as a lightweight daily trainer! The upper is extremely accommodating, the midsole is really soft (full Zoom X) and the shoes are very flexible, leading to a natural foot strike. I used them for runs up to 16kms and really enjoyed them, I would use something different for longer runs. Not the most durable shoe, but if you are a forefoot striker these should last at least 250 miles. They are fabulous on treadmill too and they look great, probably one the best looking running shoe around

  • Amazingly light surprisingly cushy

    Johnb472534206 - 05 Mar 2023

    I don't run a lot of 5k's. Coming off a half marathon personal best I ran a personal best 10k and was going for the same in a 5k. I usually just run in a pair of my training shoes, but thought a lighter pair would help in a shorter distance. Any excuse for a new pair of running shoes. Out of the box my first thought was amazement at how light they are! My shoe rotation includes the zoomx invincible 1 and 2's, vomero 16's and the brooks adrenaline. None of which are particularly light. First time on my feet the upper felt like tissue paper with a zoomx lower. The upper did not feel flexible. Almost plasticky, but not a major issue. The cushioning felt squishy like I would bottom it out under hard running. First run, they felt fine. Lighter, more nimble than my usual shoes. Cushioning felt adequate for a short distance. Second run felt better. A little more broken in for me or the shoes. Just two 5k runs to check them out before the race. 5k Race day, they felt great. Missed my personal best slightly, but it was 90% humidity so not the shoes fault. Honestly the shoes just disappeared on my feet. I was 24th out of 254 people. So I'm not the fastest guy out there. 8:35 miles. Post mortem, the shoes have a total of 10 miles on them. I can see wear on the outsole. Some of it kind of looks like galling. The outsole material feels so soft I don't expect it to last. Took a picture, but I'm not sure if the wear will show. Post mortem, my feet are a little more sore than typical post race. Reasonable to expect given the reduced cushioning for the lighter weight. A fair trade. I will keep these shoes for 5k races and a couple of faster training runs leading up to them. Keeping the miles down. I don't think I would run a 10k in these, but maybe. Spectacularly light and surprisingly comfortable. If I was going to change one thing I'd make the cushioning very slightly firmer. I felt like maybe I was bottoming them out on race day.