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Facts

Base model: Nike Revolution 5
Terrain: Road
Arch support: Neutral
Weight: Men: 12oz
Pronation: Neutral Pronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Jogging
Material: Knit upper, Rubber sole
Features: Breathable | Cushioned
Distance: Daily running | Long distance | Marathon
Brand: Nike
Type: Heavy | Big guy
Width: Men: Normal, Wide, X-Wide | Women: Normal, X-Wide
Price: $65
Colorways: Black, Grey, Pink, Purple, Red
Size
Small True to size Large
Forefoot fit
Narrow Wide
Heel fit
Narrow Wide
Toebox
Tight Roomy
Flexibility
Stiff Flexible
Breathability
Warm Breathable
Cushioning
Firm Plush
Durability 7/10
Comfort 8/10
Traction 7/10
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  • Presenting a minimalist design, the Nike Revolution 5 FlyEase aims to deliver an accessible and easy run by deploying distinctive and superior components. This road running shoe is also designed to deliver a well-cushioned ride.
  • One of the updates done to the shoe is the utilization of a knitted fabric as its upper material. Prior to this iteration, the Nike Revolution 4 FlyEase used a mesh upper. This new upper construction guarantees the flexibility of the shoe. 
  • Although this shoe is an updated version, there are some elements employed by the shoe from its predecessor. Perhaps one of the most notable of all would be the usage of the FlyEase closure system that allows instantaneous closure in one fluid motion.

The shoe is designed using standard sizing measurements for both men and women. 

The knit material used to design the upper of the Revolution 5 FlyEase provides flexibility and adaptability to the foot. The FlyEase closure system of the shoe, on the other hand, provides a locked-down and hassle-free fit. 

Just like most running shoes, The Nike Revolution 5 FlyEase employs a full-length rubber outsole. Rubber is known for being highly durable, protecting the shoe from different abrasive elements and thus securing its longevity. To offer flexibility and good surface traction, the shoe features flex grooves. The spacing along the tread allows the foot to flex naturally. 

For a cushioned ride, Revolution 5 FlyEase utilizes a foam midsole that has a lightweight construction to deliver an easy and efficient running experience. It features a textured outer wall which essentially reduces the weight of the shoe. 

A soft sockliner is embedded in the midsole of the shoe in order to pronounce the comfort and cushioning of the Nike Revolution 5 FlyEase.

Because Revolution 5 FlyeEase is a lightweight shoe, the upper construction of the shoe involves the use of several lightweight materials. This includes the knit material coverage of the shoe, which offers breathability and flexibility altogether. This element can also be sighted from the Adidas Pure Boost. It also supplements the overall comfort of the Nike Revolution 5 FlyEase. 

A fortified heel is added to secure stability when running. In order to strengthen the structural support of the shoe as well as the security of the foot when running, overlays are embellished on the upper. 

One prominent feature of the Nike Revolution 5 FlyEase is its lace-free FlyEase closure system which connects a hook-and-loop strap to a wraparound zipper. This allows the user to easily enclose the shoe in one fluid motion. 

Promising to deliver excellent comfort, a well-padded tongue and collar is one of the elements of the shoe. To complement this, a breathable and soft fabric lining is employed for a great in-shoe experience. 

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