Men's Running Shoes

Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 2

$105.97
$160
33% off
Highly Rated
Light Bone/Sport Spice/Iron Grey/Total Orange
Platinum Tint/Grey Fog/Dynamic Turquoise/White
Thunder Blue/College Navy/Platinum Tint/Black
White/Hyper Royal/Racer Blue/White
Thunder Blue/Stadium Green/Dark Sulfur/Light Sienna
Black
White/Black
White/Pure Platinum/White
Blue Orbit/Black/White
White/Black/Cyber/Cyber
Volt/Black/Sequoia/White
Black/Black/Iron Grey/Black
Particle Grey/Grey Fog/Black/White
Black/White/White
White/Sail/Pink Blast/Black
Obsidian/Racer Blue/Lime Glow/Bright Crimson

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.

  • Shown: Particle Grey/Grey Fog/Black/White
  • Style: CT2357-001

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Reviews (126)

4 Stars

DatrellJ458796775 - Sep 13, 2021

I just purchased this shoe in the all white color-way on Saturday and I love them, these are by far the most comfortable Nike shoe I’ve worn in a very long time

Great shoe, weak tongue.

MunhallG - Sep 10, 2021

I gave this a 4 star rating because my feet haven't felt this good in years. I wear these while walking my dogs 3-4 miles a day, they feel great and my legs feel more lively. However, the first time I put these on I pulled on the tongue of the right shoe with little force and the tongue ripped, so I was careful with the left. The shoes are still wearable, but this was disappointing. The rest of the shoe seems durable and I haven't run into anything else, but only time will tell.

One of the best easy-day/recovery run shoes I have used. Good for Plantar Fasciitis and Peroneal Tendonitis.

Harold S. - Sep 06, 2021

As a supinator, the outer edge of my running shoes, near the ball of the foot, receives the most wear. After only 100 miles, many shoes will have a noticeable gouge taken out of the outsole at this spot. The Infinity Run 2 has a uniquely durable yet thin outsole rubber that lasts me at least 300 miles before starting to wear through to the underlying midsole. This outsole durability, combined with a soft yet springy midsole material, has made it my go-to easy and recovery day trainer. Having used both the Infinity Run 1 and the Infinity Run 2, the Infinity Run 2 has a nearly identical midsole and outsole with the primary difference being a significantly more padded/built-up upper. Personally, I enjoyed the thinner and sock-like upper of the original more, but the Infinity Run 2 is a close second and a great easy-run/recovery day shoe. I find the toe-box to slightly tight as compared to non-Nike offerings but in-line with the typical snug Nike fit. This is not uncomfortable for my narrow foot after the first few break-in runs but does impede toe-splay as compared to wider offerings. Lastly, as a testament to the injury reducing nature advertised, I often feel discomfort I have self-diagnosed as Peroneal Tendonitis in my left ankle as well as persistently painful Plantar Fasciitis in my left foot. Both the Infinity Run 1 and the Infinity Run 2 have significantly reduced pain associated with both of these ailments to the point they are often not noticed during my typical 8 mile easy runs when wearing these shoes. To anyone who suffers from these injuries, especially the PF, this alone is worth the cost of entry.