This kick is another doozy shoe added to Nike's almost endless sneaker catalog. With at least 50% of the sneaker's weight constructed with sustainable materials, the Nike Air VaporMax 2020 FK is among the Swoosh brand's most environment-friendly shoes. Sneaker shoppers looking to reduce their carbon footprint should go ahead and cop the Air VaporMax 2020 Flyknit. This sneaker also has that signature VaporMax aesthetics and comfort.
- Super light
- Worrying FastFit casing durability
Who should buy the Nike Air VaporMax 2020 FK
Building on the principles that spawned the Nike Space Hippie collection, this low-top sneaker wears sustainability on its earth-loving sleeve. If you got this on your to-buy radar, then you must be:
- Someone who cares a lot for the environment.
- A sneakerhead who likes turning heads, especially in the summer.
- That person who finds sock-like comfort pretty amazing.
Who should NOT buy it
For a more snug and focused fit, opt for the Nike Air VaporMax Plus instead. Also, if you want something with top-to-bottom longevity, check out the Nike Air Max Plus.
Maximum pampering in the VaporMax 2020 FK
Like other Nike Air VaporMax sneakers, the Nike Air VaporMax 2020 Flyknit is super comfortable, nearly all users say.
Bouncy steps in every pair
The VaporMax cushion feels like memory foam and provides more than enough springiness.
The Air VaporMax 2020 FK's baggy fit
A good number of buyers say that the Nike Air VaporMax 2020 FK feels sloppy. According to them, the FastFit system barely tightens.
A water cooler item
Many buyers deeply adore the shoe's silhouette. According to them, this kick is "lit" and looks so much better in person.
Questionable closure system longevity
A few owners are worried that the plastic casing of the FastFit system might break on them sooner than later.
A greener piece
Purchasers in droves love the fact that the Nike Air VaporMax 2020 FK is made of recycled materials.
Nike Air VaporMax 2020 FK equals eco-friendliness
- The VaporMax sole unit is made with at least 75% recycled materials.
- Around 67% of the Flyknit yarn is made from recycled polyester.
- The Ortholite insole is made of about 50% recycled content.
- At least 80% of the shoe's tongue is made with recycled foam.
- The outsole incorporates Nike Grind, which is constructed of surplus manufacturing materials.