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Nike Superfly Elite Unisex

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The Nike Superfly Elite for men and women are comfortable athletics spikes. They have been designed for fast tempos and short distances, ... Read more
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Gender
Unisex
Article number
835996-404
Brand
Nike
Color
Grey
Article group
Spikes
Shoe type
Neutral
Weight
approx. 151.6 grams
Opinion of our experts ?
Shoes pronation
  1. Neutral
  2. Minimum
  3. Moderate
  4. Maximum
Support
  1. Little support
  2. Average support
  3. Heavy support
Cushioning
  1. Minimum
  2. Minimum / moderate
  3. Moderate
  4. Moderate / maximum
  5. Maximum
Responsiveness
  1. Minimum
  2. Minimum / moderate
  3. Moderate
  4. Moderate / maximum
  5. Maximum

Expert Opinion
We offer a wide variety of running shoes, each with its own characteristics. Then how to know in what one model is different from another? To help you with this, we at 21Run present the Expert Opinion. This helps you get insight into the different characteristics of specific running shoe models.

The Expert Opinion is the way in which our running experts rate the model on a number of important elements. Do you already know which characteristics your new running shoes should have? Use the Expert Opinion to check if they meet your demands.

Degree of Pronation
The degree of pronation indicates the extent to which a model provides support for overpronating runners. If the orange bar is on the far right, the model gives a high degree of correction. If the orange bar is on the far left, the model does not correct. Neutral runners don’t need a correction, overpronating runners often do need a certain degree of correction.

Level of Support
The support level indicates to what extent the shoe provides support. This is related to the weight of the runner. If the orange bar is on the far left, the shoe provides little support, making the shoe more suitable for lighter runners. If the orange bar is on the far right, the shoe gives a lot of support, making the shoe very suitable for heavier runners.

Level of Cushioning
The cushioning level indicates the extent to which the shoe absorbs shocks that occur during landing phase. If the orange bar is on the far left, the shoe provides little cushioning. When wearing running shoes that provide little cushioning, you experience a lot of ground contact and responsiveness. If the orange bar is on the far right, the shoe provides a lot of cushioning. When wearing shoes with a lot of cushioning you will experience a softer running feel, but less ground contact and less responsiveness.

Level of Responsiveness
The level of responsiveness indicates how energetic a running shoe feels. We also call this the degree of reactivity. If the orange bar is on the far left, the shoe is less responsive. If the orange bar is on the far right, the shoe is very responsive. When a shoe is responsive you get back the energy you put into your stride during take-off phase.

Description Nike Superfly Elite Unisex

The Nike Superfly Elite for men and women are comfortable athletics spikes. They have been designed for fast tempos and short distances, from 100 meters to 400 meters. The Flyweave upper offers high breathability. It keeps your feet cool, while the Dynamic Fit technology ensures that the feet are comfortably enclosed. The seamless design offers support and stability.

The rigid outsole returns a maximum amount of energy. To stimulate natural heel-to-toe transition some parts of the outsole have been made more flexible. The sole contains 8 removable spikes which offer a lot of traction when running on the track. The Nike Superfly Elite spikes are the ideal shoes for sprinters.

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