In 2015, Nike introduced new technologies in its product, most often in its footwear, from basketball to soccer, training and more. One innovation was the Flyease, a wrap-around zipper mechanism that opens the shoe in the back near the heel, which makes sliding the foot in and out of the shoe easier, eliminating the need to tie laces. The technology also does not sacrifice how the foot is locked down in the shoe.(Cheap Watches www.watchfeed.co)
Nike Air Mag, originally featured in the classic film “Back to the Future Part II,” reappeared this year with updates. The limited-edition shoe now features the brand's “power laces,” a self-fastening system that senses the wearer's motion.
Zoom Soldier Flyease 8, which was worn by 16-year-old Special Olympic athlete Aaron Miller, who was greeted by NBA superstar LeBron James during a game in Boston against the Celtics for his “Hero of the Game” honor.
Nike FootballX collection. The brand's Flyknit technology was used for the first time for shoes designed for small-sided soccer, a game with fewer players on a smaller field. The collection featured the MagistaX, the MercurialX and the HypervenomX in indoor court and turf versions.
Nike Metcon 1, the brand's latest cross training shoe. The shoe is made for high-intensity competitive training. The lightweight and strong shoe features a durable, wrap-around midsole to protect the shoe against abrasions from rope climbs, a stable heel for heavy lifting, and a flexible and sticky forefoot for exercises including like box jumps, burpees and pushups.
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