Nike React Infinity Run Is The New Anti-Injury Trainer

Combining performance and injury prevention is the challenge Nike wants to take on with its brand new trainer: the Nike React Infinity Run.

Nike React Infinity Run Is The New Anti-Injury Trainer
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Nike React Infinity Run Is The New Anti-Injury Trainer

‘Are injuries really avoidable?’

This is the central question that Nike asked themselves, the answer soon being delivered to you on a silver platter. Indeed, the ‘swoosh’ brand has taken on the challenge of creating a trainer that can reduce the injury potential of runners, which we admit is relatively high.

Indeed, the shocks suffered by runners, whether during training or competitions, are not negligible. Impacts that often do not forgive in the long term.

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💕#HERCollectivesole FEATURE: We are not just a women’s in sneakers brand but we believe in the education of foot care and longevity of healthy feet. We can’t help but make sure your #treatingyourfeet while in kicks too. . . Nike just unveiled its latest silhouette dubbed the React Infinity Run arriving in a white and hot pink colorway. One of the sneaker‘s special features is its functionality to help reduce injuries and keep you on the run. Encompassing the best qualities of the Zoom Vaporfly 4% and the Nike React, the new shoe provides a soft, responsive platform and delivers it with a widened midsole for extra stability. Similar to the geometry of the 4%, the Infinity features a rocker-like bottom that creates a natural forward feel of propulsion for seasoned runners. Take a closer look at the pair in the gallery above. The Nike React Infinity Run will be available on January 3 for Nike Members followed by a general release on January 16. (Sited from @hypebae) #hercollectivesole #collectivesole #hersoles #lovemyfeet #nikereactinfinityrun #runsafe #saveyourfeet

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In this case, is it possible to combine performance and safety? That's where the new Nike React Infinity Run comes in, which will try to improve your lap times by limiting the possibility of injury. According to an external study, the Nike React Infinity Run reduces injury by up to 52% compared to similar running shoes.

To do this, this pair has a wider sole, with Nike React foam, which absorbs impacts while providing a ‘soft’ running feel.

This new pair is meant for everyone, but not necessarily for all uses. It is best used over medium distances, with moderately intense training. So this may not be the pair for beginners, but if you’re training for a marathon this is the pair for you.

You will be able to get this little beauty starting January 16th!