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Nike Air VaporMax 2021 Flyknit

Women's Shoes

$210

Choose a Style Color
Black/Racer Blue/Bright Crimson/Hyper Pink
Pink Oxford/Rose Whisper/Metallic Silver/Pink Oxford
Phantom/Summit White/Metallic Silver/Phantom
Black/Praline/Light British Tan/Habanero Red
Black/Metallic Silver/Black
White/Pure Platinum/Metallic Silver/White
Black/Metallic Silver/White
Oatmeal/Phantom/Metallic Silver/White

Ever feel like taking a walk in the clouds? This is the closest you'll get without growing wings. With tons of Air cushioning underfoot, and made from at least 20% recycled material by weight, this version of the VaporMax pairs ease with innovation. It has a stretchy FlyKnit upper with a soft, seamless collar, while the bold Swoosh adds a splash of intrigue as you float down the street.

  • Shown: Phantom/Summit White/Metallic Silver/Phantom
  • Style: DJ9975-001

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How This Was Made

  • This product was responsibly designed utilizing recycled materials from post-consumer and/or post-manufactured waste. One of our biggest steps on our journey to zero carbon and zero waste is in choosing our materials because they account for more than 70% of any product’s footprint. By reusing existing plastics, yarns, and textiles, we significantly reduce our emissions. Our goal is to use as much recycled materials as possible without compromising on performance, durability and style.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (3)

2.7 Stars

  • Poor toe wear.

    TriciaK626592604 - Sep 06, 2022

    I wore my first pair for 2 months and the top of the shoe ( where the big toe hits) was wearing thru. ( I keep my nails as short as they can be). I then reinforced the toes and the second shoe followed suit, and eventually both toes totally wore thru. I would NOT recommend these shoes.I'd send a photo, but don't know how to do that on my lap top. Can I email it on my iphone somewhere?

  • Read this before you buy: HUGE compared to original 2021 Vapormax FK (non-sustainable)

    5765066119 - Jul 14, 2022

    I have been buying/using the original Vapormax FK for years. Since there were no more of them available, I decided to try these in my usual 7.5, in black. I was really disappointed, and here are my reasons. 1. They are HUGE compared to my other Vapormax runners. I wish I could attach a photo. They're at least 1/4" longer, and very, very wide. 2. The shoelaces start so far down on the new sustainable model. Look at the stock photo. What you see is what you get... there are no more holes above what's shown. I feel like these would flop around on my foot even when tied as tightly as possible. I could literally fit 4 fingers in between the shoe and my foot when I had them on and tied as tightly as they'd go, which means they are still too wide, and when I walked in them, my heel moved freely inside the shoe. 3. The material seems very thin and more delicate. However: 1. They are still lightweight (but otherwise nothing like original Vapormax FK running shoes). 2. They are comfortable, and the soles seem to be well-made and cushioned, as is the footbed. Not much arch support, but there wasn't in the originals, either. Runners-- especially loyal Nike runners: please consider all of the above when buying. If you're used to your usual Nike Vapormax size, which ran a bit small, size down half a size, at least. Nike: PLEASE bring back our beloved Vapormax FK running shoes as they were!

  • Love love love!! Must buy & Nike need more colors

    ShaninV703347222 - May 21, 2022

    For being my first pair of vapor max!!! I absolutely love them! Best purchase ever. I am a true 7.5 in sneakers and after reading the reviews I sized up to an 8. Thank goodness I did because they fit perfect! I would definitely recommend especially if you don’t wear sneakers like that. My last pair of sneakers were some dunks in 2004. After that I’ve had a black pair of idk what nikes that I use here and there. Not anymore.