The Latest from Nike: Brand New and Good for You

The Latest from Nike: Brand New and Good for You

The iconic athletic brand with the Swoosh can be your summer go-to, whether you’re ready to run or just want to relax. A number of new styles have just come in, so we’re going to highlight some great shoes that are bound to become your new Nike favorites.

Go Off on a Tanjun

The classic Nike casual athletic sneaker look gets some new comfort features added with the Nike Tanjun, the update to the longtime favorite Nike Kaishi. For fans of the minimal look, the Tanjun provides a stylish silhouette along with the added comfort of an injected unit sole, designed for lightweight cushioning. From the movies to the mall, the Tanjun looks great wherever you go.

Cushioning to the Max (Air)

A couple of new favorites bring Max Air looks and comfort into 2016’s summer season. Max Air technology is designed to provide maximum impact protection during repetitive landings. Max Air shoes like the Air Max Sequent running shoe for men and the Air Max Invigor sneaker for women feature less midsole material and larger volume airbags. It’s cushioning you can see, a mix of style and function that’s oh so Nike.

On the performance side of things, the Air Max Sequent running shoe adds a breathable mono mesh upper, injected phylon midsole, and rubber waffle outsole with articulated grooves to its U-shaped Max Air unit, putting cushioning comfort in a lightweight running shoe that you’ll love to lace up.

Built more for fashion, the Air Max Invigor’s visible Max Air unit adds a touch of style to the sort of wear-anywhere sneaker that’s always in style.

Flex 2016

The latest update to the Nike Flex Run series, the Flex 2016 RN running shoe, is available for men, women, and kids. The Flex 2016 continues the improvement of an already high performance shoe, featuring an engineered mesh upper that’s both flexible and breathable, two levels of cushioning in its phylon midsole, and an asymmetrical midfoot design for the best possible fit. From lace-up top to rubber pod traction bottom, you can’t go wrong with the Nike Flex Run 2016.

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