Womens Epic React Flyknit

Colour: Black Code: 22163413
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Women’s Nike Epic React Flyknit

Change the way you run forever with the Nike Epic React Flyknit Running Shoes. These black runners feature Nike React cushioning, a revolutionary new foam that’s responsive, soft and lightweight. Constructed from a premium Flyknit upper for a snug, foot-hugging feel, and durable traction to help you grip the ground and push off. Finished with vibrant pops of colour that highlight the shoe’s technology, giving a head-turning look while you run.

Style Code: AQ0070-001

Product Features

  • Prevent slippage and blisters with a soft, synthetic suede lining
  • Heel shelf stabilizes the back of your foot for a locked down fit and feel
  • Nike React foam feels incredibly bouncy, responding to the impact of every step
  • Durable cushioning maintains it shape to feel new after approximately 300 miles
  • Flyknit upper with a bootie construction conforms to the shape of your foot
  • Durable rubber placed on the toe and heel for grip and traction
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Dedicated Nimbus wearer converted!
Been a Number wearer for 15 on through to 20, bought these Nike to style out my gym wear... started doing some short runs pre spin and swim, 5K's.... then got up early and had time to do a 10K, though hey, these are dreamy light I wonder.... took them to a 9 mile, then 11 then 13... a few times a week and I'm OK, thought I may get some onset aches and pains but no! I've been doing 40 miles a week, I mean, marathon contenders! I've even washed them a few times as a pale colour in UK weather... result I'm holding off buying more for a water repellent version, I may even try the pegasus! Who knew, my normal running shoes of the nimbus kind feel like walking boots in comparison!
October 18, 2018
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