Updates to Nike Zoom Flyknit Streak

  • The Nike Zoom Flyknit Streak features the Phylon midsole foam that is extended in the entire midsole to provide a reliable. This works perfectly with the Zoom Air element that provides added flexible for a more responsive ride.
  • The upper coverage features Flyknit material and Flywire cables. These materials are perfectly used to provide maximum breathability, secure lockdown and flexibility for a more comfortable fit.
  • Maximum propulsion is made possible by the anatomical toe shape and shank in the midfoot. It creates propulsion and power in every stride, helping runners to experience a smooth heel to toe transition.

Size and fit

When it comes to sizing, the Nike Zoom Flyknit Streak has a standard running shoe length. It offers a medium fit in the heel and midfoot. The toe box is wide enough for the toes to move comfortably. Nike is offering this shoe in medium D and B widths.


The outsole of the use utilizes a blown rubber that is lightweight and flexible. Aside from giving added flexibility, the rubber element also gives added cushioning and maximum durability to high wear areas.


In the midsole of the shoe is the full-length Phylon midsole foam that is engineered for resilient cushioning. It is lightweight and gives comfortable underfoot protection.

The Zoom Air is also located in the heel area for flexibility and responsive ride. The Air Zoom unit is also integrated into the midsole of the Nike Streak 7 and other popular Nike running shoes.

The integrated Pebax Shank delivers increased responsiveness and rigidity.


The upper of the Nike Zoom Flyknit Streak features the brand’s notable one-piece Flyknit that is designed not only for maximum breathability but also for a seamless, sock-life fit. The Dynamix Flywire cables attached to the upper provides added support and comfortable fit without adding weight to the shoe.


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