Nike's ZoomX isn't just
Nike's ZoomX isn't just for the streets anymore. It's going to the track with the ZoomX DragonFly, and shorter road races with the ZoomX HyperFly.
ZoomX DragonFly: 01:05
ZoomX HyperFly: 02:12
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I'm really looking forward on hearing your thoughts of the peg 37. Bell icon checked. BTW I really like your videos please keep it up!! ✌?
This hyperfly shoes look like a Pegasus turbo shoes. I'm going to call them Pegasus turbo 3:-)
Do you know when the Hyperfly will be released? Pretty much no info online.
It's weird with Nike, they have no non-spikes in the EU for something like 3000 m to HM. No streaks, no LT, no nothing. It's been like that for 2 years, they are completly giving up on customers in that segment.
I've heard some people say that the Dragonfly was about $150, similar price to the Zoom Victory Elite 2
On July 28th, the Nike
On July 28th, the Nike Alphafly Next% have been banned by the World Athletics to not be allowed in any future track races. We will continue to see runners put the Vaporfly 4%, Next%, and even the Nike Alphaflys for training either on the road or track, but racing in them will no longer be allowed.
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The ban needs to be retroactive to invalidate the unfair scores.
I own all of them. I’ve run in hoka one one’s and vaporflys and Alphafly. The vaprorfly is by far my favorite even over the Alphaflys. And I have run faster wearing vaporflys vs. new balance, brooks, and Saucony. So maybe banning them on the track isn’t a bad idea. I’ll still wear them when I do marathons though lol
Top demais um sonho distante,mas não custa nada sonhar
They aren't good on track anyway
I wonder if all track officials will be informed about this change now. With track meets happening across the globe from 800m up to 5000m races, im sure there will be the odd person that wears the next% and wont be told off about it. Obvcourse these are just average runners / club runners at most but i assume its the same rule for everybody across the board right?
Carbon plated running
Carbon plated running shoes have burst onto the running scene in recent years - since the introduction of the Nike Vaporfly 4%s and much talk of their performance benefits since Eliud Kipchoge’s sub 2 hour marathon in Vienna in 2019, wearing a pair of prototype Alphaflys. Many brands are now onto their second iteration of shoe with carbon plate technology - so Anna and Andy have been testing them out and are giving you their thoughts on the BEST carbon plate shoes for racing out there at the moment.
In this video:
0:00 Intro to Carbon Plate Shoes - why should you care?
3:27 Asics Metaracer
5:22 On Cloudboom
6:50 New Balance Fuelcell RC Elite
8:44 Brooks Hyperion Elite 2
10:35 Hoka One One Rocket X
12:24 Adidas Adizero Adios Pro
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Brooks Hyperion Elite II
Hoka One One Rocket X
New Balance Fuelcell RC Elite
Adidas Adios Adizero Pro
Nike Vaporfly NEXT%
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This is good knowledge on what's out there. I have always ran in Nike's and have a pair of Nike 4% Flyknit and Vaporfly NEXT%. I think it's part placebo and part race-day vibes that make them special trainers IMO. Both aforementioned trainers, I have experienced training runs with the previous models i.e. zoom fly and zoomX foam; so new surprises on race day and nothing new! Do your own research and gait analysis to make sure you are good for you and race day. I have been lucky enough to PB in both editions... But you do your training so it's a good indication of your efforts and remember there's no short cuts here folks! Despite the magical (carbon-plate) powers they possess!
Would be nice to see high end shoe compared to carbon shoe difference in speed/effort? Say Brooks hyperon to the elite carbon version? See if extra cash really gives you a big enough return?
The vaporfly can't be killed.
What about Zoom Fly 3??
Still got my Zoom Fly 3 Nikes. The "little brother" to the old Zoom Fly Vaporfly/4%/Next%/Alphafly. Same carbon plate, same ZoomX and React foam combo. $100 cheaper. Lasting me over 700 km already and still performing great.