NikeLab's Zoom Fly SP tells the story of the shoe's development

The shoe shows the design's early prototype phase.
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NikeLab Zoom Fly SP

NikeLab is taking an interesting approach with the Zoom Fly SP. Part of their Breaking2 project, the shoe showcases the prototype phase of their early models with details that showcase various elements of the shoe's development. The Zoom Fly SP features a translucent, stretch-woven upper, a sockliner detailed with the shoe's original sketches, Lunarlon foam, a carbon-infused nylon plate to enhance stiffness, and a 10mm offset to reduce achilles strain. 

The Zoom Fly SP will be available via NikeLab and NikeLab retailers on June 8th.

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