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Nike Zoom Fly Flyknit $137.99 (was $230) @Nike


Nike Zoom Fly Flyknit is up to 40% off
Flyknit upper, React midsole and full-length carbon-fibre plate sounds really good. available in multiple colours:

Colour Shown: Bright Crimson/Total Crimson/University Red/Black $169.99 https://www.nike.com/au/t/zoom-fly-flyknit-running-shoe-MD8m...
Colour Shown: Wolf Grey/Blue Fury/Phantom/Black $169.99 https://www.nike.com/au/t/zoom-fly-flyknit-running-shoe-MD8m...
Colour Shown: Deep Royal/Blue Void/White $137.99 https://www.nike.com/au/t/zoom-fly-flyknit-running-shoe-MD8m...
Colour Shown: Dark Grey/Black/Atmosphere Grey/Metallic Pewter $137.99 https://www.nike.com/au/t/zoom-fly-flyknit-running-shoe-MD8m...
Colour Shown: Sequoia/Olive Flak/Light Bone/Black $137.99 https://www.nike.com/au/t/zoom-fly-flyknit-running-shoe-MD8m...
Colour Shown: Black/White/Gunsmoke $169.99 https://www.nike.com/au/t/zoom-fly-flyknit-running-shoe-MD8m...

Don't forget 5.6% cashreward.

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  • -3 votes

    this is a good price for the zoom fly.

    ps: zoom fly only has half length of the carbonfibre plate.

  • +2 votes

    these are great running shoes, but isn't for everyone.

    i) This shoe has 0 flexibility, due to the carbon plate. This forces you to get on your forefoot when running. (heel strikers might feel werid)
    ii) High stack height combined with 10mm offset makes it unstable for some.
    iii) Some people (myself included) have trouble locking down the heel, due to lack of extra lace holes.
    iv) I personally don't like flyknit material on running shoes.

    Good for Tempo runs and marathon paced long runs as these have the same geometry as the vaporfly 4%, I train in these and race in the 4%.

    at 138 it's a great buy, but the zoomfly 3 will be out soon with i think the vaporweave upper (same as the next%).


      Great summary, kai990.
      These are still discounted, surprisingly, and I recommend reading a selection of reviews to se if this fast tempo trainer / lower-price cushioned racing shoe is what you need.

      On my first 10k run in this shoe, doing the exact same run as usual, I reduced my typical run time from 52min to 50.something and felt my feet were still lighter at the end of the run, so less fatigue and more potential to push a bit harder.

      No pain the next day (today) , which is a nice surprise!

      Here is one of my preferred reviews. A bit long, but it notes you will feel you can run a bit faster and the shoe is surprisingly durable. Enjoy!

      (edit) https://www.runningshoesguru.com/2018/11/nike-zoom-fly-flykn...


    Zoom Fly 3 was released for the US a couple of days ago. Indeed it has a vaporweave upper - it's upper refinements get the most coverage and better water resistance during wet runs.
    Zoom Fly 3 details here but no reviews yet: https://www.runnersworld.com/gear/amp27892763/nike-air-zoom-...

    Meanwhile this Zoom Fly Flyknit a great fast tempo training shoe) is still on sale at $138 if you choose the blue colourway.


    Have these gone up in price? all colours showing as $160…

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