Who should buy the Nike Flex Fury

You'll Definitely love the Nike Flex Fury if you want a stylish, lightweight, and flexible shoe for your daily walking or running.

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Pressure-mapped Nike Flex outsole

The outsole of the Nike Flex Fury is mainly a combination of high abrasion rubber for key wear areas and some blown rubber for excellent grip. The pressure-mapped Nike Flex sole and the rubber pods promote foot flexibility and natural foot movement.

Nike Flex Fury Outsole

Reliable Cushioning midsoles

The midsole of the Nike Flex Fury is made of dual-density foam. It is strategically placed to deliver reliable cushioning for a comfortable ride. It also gives added support and flexibility. This midsole material is also utilized in the Nike Flex Fury 2.

Nike Flex Fury midsole

Nike's lightweight mesh layer in the upper

The upper is minimally constructed using a lightweight mesh layer for excellent shoe breathability and adaptive fit. The seamless construction provides a seamless fit and the roomy toe box accommodates toe splay.

Nike Flex Fury mesh upper

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: Men 238g / Women 193g
Drop: 5mm
Arch support: Neutral
Update: Nike Flex Fury 2
Forefoot height: Men 19mm / Women 17mm
Heel height: Men 25mm / Women 23mm

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