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Great shoe, comfortable, color combination and durability. The only con would be the rubber insole. Hard to put on due to the sock sticking to the insole as the foot pushes in.
Bright Bold and Stunning
S P. - 20 Nov 2020
These shoes ROCK!. vivid colors and excellent fit. I am just WOW!
D Z. - 17 Nov 2020
Being a skate designer and having been a Nike user since 1975, I like this shoe mainly for its "Generative" design method on the sole.
That shows a very progressive process and looking for innovation in their products. I use Fusion 360 and know of its capabilities so I understand that Nike is taking time to educate their workforce.
Other than that, the strapping method was interesting and has merit but nothing to fantastic here yet. I would say lace locks would be a nice feature, as you seem to be using on many others products.
I did notice that my heel was lifting up in use so some sort of heel padding would help lock it in. I like the heel lock pads on your Alphafly next %, I LOVE that shoe design and for running's . Its amazing to have a shoe that actually wants you to run faster!!! It almost talks to you!!
Nike actually was sending me Wimbeldon tennis shoes in 79 when I was club tennis pro in STL. Most all of my shoes are still NIKE and I follow them a lot online now for inspiration and creativity. At one time in 70's I had sent sketches to Nike but I did not pursue it as I should have.