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The Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 2 continues to help keep you running. A refreshed Flyknit upper uses Flywire technology for support and breathability where you need it. Higher foam provides soft responsiveness and long-lasting comfort, plus a wider forefoot helps lessen the chance of stress-related injuries. It's still one of our most tested shoes, designed to help you feel the potential when your foot hits the pavement.
savyx253943144 - 18 Nov 2021
Been using this for about 3 weeks now and I love them...my feet and leg have felt really good after my runs the next day. I would recommend these shoe for people who are trying to get in shape or start running because of the recovery..
where's the epic reacts?
6729FC27-E081-2F4E-4A2A3E65512D2A12 - 10 Nov 2021
i guess this shoe is the successor to the epic reacts and the react 2's. but here's where i feel the shoes fall short: - weight: the original epic reacts were much lighter, while still providing great energy return and stability. the infinity has a huge hard plastic like heel stabilizer, which seems to be adding a lot more weight. the flyknit also seems to be a bit more complex with more apparent lateral pulls. this shoe just seems to be more finiky... - i'll have to run through my first pair of infinity's but it seems with a third of my mileage already in, it seems the cushioning durability is breaking down sooner. - comfort: as mentioned above, the overly complicated flyknit is not as sock like as the epic's. also again, the large heel stabilizer has almost no give. instead of being an elegant system that flows with the foot to counter movement, it seems this shoe is using a 'concrete' like approach to hold the heel in place during runs. so it feels comfort-wise that way as well. lastly, the react foam seems to be much harder. i do not like a squishy wobbly compression on each foot strike, but this seems much more clanking / cumbersome ride, in an attempt to make the cushioning last longer over the life so the shoe. it doesn't feel great - style: the epic reacts were so clean and stylish. these are pretty standard overly segmented paneling on the shoe. part of the great appeal of the epic reacts were their running performance as well as a very fashionable shoe. the infinity's are pretty standard fare
Jack c p - 05 Nov 2021
Not happy, the tongue of the shoe ripped and I’ve lost my receipt