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Adidas x Porsche Design Bounce S4 Lux

A collaboration between two of Germany's best-known brands, the Adidas x Porsche Design Bounce S4 Lux mix engineering with fashion. Instantly noticeable is the shoe's decoupled heel, which is attached to the rest of the shoe via a carbon plate inspired by Porsche's cars. The Bounce suspension system offers added comfort, and the 3D upper lends both support and fit without unnecessary pressure. Available in dark blue or red.

  • Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4%

    A four percent gain in efficiency might not mean much on a jog around the neighborhood, but when you're running a marathon, it means a lot. The Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% promises that exact improvement over their previous fastest marathon shoe. Born from the company's Breaking2 project — an effort to break the two-hour marathon barrier — they have a full-length carbon fiber plate that minimizes energy loss, a ZoomX midsole for cushioning and bounce, and a Flymesh upper to provide support without constraint. The result is the fastest shoe Nike's ever made for distance runners, and, perhaps, the first to cross the finish line in under 120 minutes.

  • Nike Goddess Flyknit Racer

    The company's named after the Greek goddess of victory. The Nike Goddess Flyknit Racer promises to get you across the finish line in style. Like other Racers, it has a Zoom Air unit in the forefoot for cushioning, a full-length Phylon midsole for added comfort, and a lightweight Flyknit upper for a lock-down fit. But unlike other styles, this one comes in an all-white colorway — with a barely visible Swoosh — that looks as good with jeans as it does on the track.

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