Our lightest racing shoe, the Nike ZoomX 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.
66a9f92e-4708-4750-a6b5-ffd37e8ce14f - 15 Jun 2022
Yes, have the Vaporflys and the Alphaflys. Just bought the Streakflys for an upcoming 10k in a couple of weeks. First of all, you have to train a bit in your racing flats, so did an 8 mile, with 1 mile at 7 per and 1 mile at 5:15, trying to go under 31. The good: great upper, super breathable and roomy with good lock down and lace system. Great heel counter, once again great lock down and feel with the bumpers. Good cushion at the metatarsals for a good forefoot ride. The bad: already falling apart, I've only done 8 road miles on them and the traction is already wearing//wha?? Also, it seems that the magic foam I love so dearly seems to be creasing and is a bit pieced together. Really weird, I'm afraid a chunk is going to fall off mid run. No rocker to bring you through your gait and you gotta work for it as it these things are flexible..really flexible. Don't feel the shank at all. I did hit my target times, but I hope they last another 8 miles or I'm out. I'm surprised people are putting these into their rotation. I'm 145, 6', and an efficient runner, they should not be falling apart at this phase. Boy, if Nike put even a 3/4 plate and a bit of rocker with more traction these would be the bomb. But, right now I will not be reordering a pair of these. I'm bummed. Nike, your killing me!!!! So close!
9cc2c2fa-9f51-4097-a8fb-32505c582787 - 03 Jun 2022
I haven't raced in them, but they are my go-to shoe for runs of 8 miles or less (which is most of my runs). Upper works well for my wide mid-foot and I love the low weight and low drop. I like the appearance as well. I would not recommend for heel-strikers or runners that need motion control.
15770809911 - 27 Apr 2022
These are great. Super light for a running shoe these days in a world of maximalist trainers. My size 13 pair is just over 7oz per shoe. Marketed as a 5k/10k shoe, but I routinely wear them for distances of 10-15 miles without issue. I've even done some decent gravel and trail distances in them. I weigh 185 so putting decent energy into my pair. Nice and roomy toe box, super comfy. Not as plush and springy as, say, Vaporfly Next%s, of course, but the light weight and comfort more than make up for that and it's a shoe I tend to reach for first even when doing double digit miles. I have a couple hundred miles on them and they're still going strong. Wishing they'd come out with some more subdued colorways similar to the protos instead of the loud oranges and purples and whatever, but I'm sure in time they will. Best Nike shoe yet, and maybe best recent running shoe from any company.