Posts Tagged: "sneakers"

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Reebok ZPump Fusion Sneaker Adjusts to You


The Reebok ZPump Fusion is a sneaker designed to adjust to your foot for the perfect fit. Using special Pump technology, users can change the fit to their pleasing. Most importantly, the Reebok ZPump is lightweight, which is pivotal for any runner. The tech inside this pair of sneakers is...

Nike Free Flyknit

Get Comfy With Nike’s Free Flyknit Sneaker (video)


Nike just keeps pushing the envelope when it comes to the latest sneaker technology and their latest Free Flyknit sneaker might be their most comfortable shoe ever! They recently released the Free Flyknit at their Beaverton, Oregon headquarters and are meant to be performance shoes with an an ultra comfortable Free+ 5.0...


Under Armour Creates A Bra For Your Feet


Under Armour’s senior creative director of footwear, Dave Dombrow, says the company is “changing the way that footwear is being manufactured and will be releasing a shoe unlike we’ve ever seen with their SpeedForm that’s supposed to act like a bra for your feet. The new model (that’s supposed to...

Adidas Energy Running

Adidas Energy Running Shoes


Adidas has released info on their new running shoe, called “Energy Running,” that’s supposed to be a very well engineered sneaker. They’ve added  two new features (or technology) to the new model, including Spring Blade and Boost material. Spring Blade is a new design that appears to snap back into...


Nike Unveils Ultra-Light Flyknit Lunar1+ Running Sneakers (VIDEO)


Runners, rejoice: Nike has unveiled its new Flyknit Lunar1+, an ultra light all-purpose running shoe that combines a Flyknit upper with a cushy Lunarlon bottom. Nike first launched Flyknit technology in early 2012; Olympians tested out the featherweight shoes at the London Olympic Games. Flyknit is a kind of yarn and...

adidas adizero Primeknit

adidas adiZero Primeknit

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The deets are pretty slim on this shoe, but if anything adiZero Primeknit is adidas’ answer to Nike’s Flyknit. The upper portion of the shoe, which stands at one piece, has been digitally knitted.  The result is an ultra lightweight sneaker for traversing the streets of London.  Why London? adidas...