“Highly reflective exteriors deliver unparalleled visibility while a water-resistant upper keeps you dry. So when it gets dark, and cold, and nasty, run out in Nike Flash. Because you’ve just run out of excuses.” – Nike.com
Originally engineered by Tobie Hatfield and Eric Avar, this design was inspired by Stanford athletes running barefoot on the track. This low-to-the-ground model has no-sew overlays that drops weight and features honeycomb shaped flex grooves for increased flexibility. With the Flash Technology, the Nike Free 5.0 has taken it’s appeal to the next level and allows you to enjoy those late night runs.
One of Nike’s most popular runnings shoes are about to be even better with Flash Technology. The Lunarglide 7 is known for outstanding support during your run. Pressure-mapped outsoles and flywire create cushion and support simultaneously. Need to elevate your workout? The Lunarglide 7 Flash will take you there.
With more cushion than ever, the Nike Pegasus 32 Flash is fully designed with a Nike Zoom unit, one-piece mesh and flywire. For the neutral runner, your feet will be able to breath with the mesh upper and allows your foot to be more stable with a secure fit. You’ll be able to tackle any run whether it’s on the pavement or trail.
Back with the Flash, the Nike Structure 19 has more support than you could dream of. Loving every minute of your run will be easy , because of new improvements and three foam densities in the midsole. This running shoe will give you ample arch support and cushioning while flywire cables adapt to your running style. Your feet will thank you for the upgrade.
Check out the Nike Flash Pack Thursday, 10/29 at 10am EST on Finishline.com