The Nike Zoom Ja Fly 3 returns to the lanes with a fine-tuned, featherlight feel specifically designed for 200m sprinters. Updated with a stiffer plate and a new woven upper, the no-sew tip and asymmetrical tongue highlight the modernized design.
IshaanS13948014 - Jan 13, 2022
Ja Fly 3s are the sort of transition spike, from earlier in a track career, to a more focused one. While not being as fancy as a shoe such as the Maxfly or Superfly, the JaFly 3 manages to handle competition and workouts well, even after thousands and thousands of meters on the odometer. After a year of heavy use, the shoes no longer hold spikes in as tight as they did when new, and sometimes they come loose, however this is to be expected with the amount of running I've done with these shoes. When compared to newer shoes, the JaFly 3 seems to be a tad big heavier in comparison, however it is the lack of flyknit and the rigid spike plate that allows the shoe to run any event from the 55 to the 800- with varying degrees of comfort- making them a great spike for mid distance runners especially. Overall, a good spike, however technological advancements from competitors, including Nike themselves, leaves one longing for more.
MartezV117158614 - Apr 18, 2021
I run the 100, 200, and 400 and these spikes are almost damn near perfect they are easy to get out the blocks with and have an incredible turnover in the shorter distance races but you might need to roll out your feet if you have a wide foot. Its been 2 years and im 13 and only 5,0 and already running 12.50 these spikes help a lot.
Merric269175293 - Mar 11, 2021
Great spikes, only have worn them for a week or two, but they are amazing spikes, super comfortable and study, and they look amazing as well.