Sustainable Materials

Nike Flex Run 2021

Women's Road Running Shoes

Highly Rated

Transformed from scraps, this road running shoe is made with at least 20% recycled content by weight. The shoe has flexibility that feels natural as you hit your groove. Underfoot cushioning, courtesy of a durable foam with a Solarsoft core, provides a plush feel with every step. Plus, with its lightweight, minimal design you can easily transition from your short runs to all-day wear.

  • Shown: Dark Beetroot/Black/White/Ashen Slate
  • Style: CW3409-600

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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 (10)

4.5 Stars

Great cushioning for hard surfaces

KristenS20069976 - Nov 22, 2021

I have been devoted to Nike Flex running shoes since 2016. They just keep getting better. I’ve ordered my second pair in another color. My running is strictly on pavement and the super cushioned heel area is fantastic. I wear a nine and the fit is spot on.

Great comfortable, light weight, every day shoe.

J L. - Nov 17, 2021

Great shoe. Very comfortable. Nice snug sock-like fit. Ideal for running/walking/ finishing off a sporty look.

Westkingston - Sep 15, 2021

I've been wearing these shoes since 2016. And I've always got 7.5. But these are too snug on my left foot. Right foot is fine. Now I'm contemplating if I should go up a size and run the risk of the right shoe being too big. I wear size 7 in regular shoes