• Nike wants runners to put the React Infinity Run to the test to help reduce all-too-common overuse injuries. To buy more Nike Free Runs with cheap price, you can visit official website.

    What are your goals as a runner? I’m guessing some of them might include, “Get faster,” “Get stronger,” and, “Avoid injury.” Sound about right? Nike has been readily investing in tech and research that supports these three key areas of improvement that most (if not all) runners strive toward. The goal of Nike’s Zoom Vaporfly 4% was to help runners get faster thanks to years of innovation and a combination of lightweight foam and a curved carbon-fiber plate. Research funded by Nike showed improved metabolic efficiency in experienced male runners by 4% when they ran in the Vaporfly 4%.

    Pretty cool, but Nike didn’t stop there. They decided to take on an arguably loftier goal: Create a shoe that helps prevent common overuse injuries in runners. This goal culminated in the creation of the Nike React Infinity Run, which blends the best qualities of the Nike React’s proprietary foam and the Vaporfly 4%’s biomechanical efficiency.
    Runners frequently suffer from a number of overuse injuries (if you’re reading this, and you’re a runner, you know what I mean). Nike’s React Infinity Run was created with the bold goal of reducing these overuse injuries. Nike worked with the British Columbia Sports Medicine Research Foundation and had 226 runners test this shoe against the Nike Structure 22, a traditional motion control shoe. They found that the Nike React Infinity Run reduced running injuries by 52% compared to the Structure. Nike defined running injuries as missing three or more consecutive runs due to running-related pain.

    Our Run Tester, Todd, has logged 30 miles in this shoe to better understand the tech Nike used to support their goal of reducing overuse injuries and, as always, report back on the overall performance of the shoe. Spoiler: He’s pretty into this shoe. Read on to find out more about the Nike React Infinity Run.