Nike Air Zoom Streak 3

Nike Air Zoom Streak 3 a shoe designed with the help from various top class marathon runners is a versatile performance trainer. With incredibly light weight with excellent responsive performance the Streak 3 is the ideal shoe for short road to endurance marathon race. (Updated Model : Nike Zoom Streak 4)

MSRP : US$85
Weight : 6.7 oz / 189 gm
Predecessor : Air Zoom Streak 2
Product Cycle : RY.2011.DY.2012.April.
Features : Upper : Open Mesh, Slip Last : Midsole : Cushlon™ LT Midsole, Cuboid Pod™, Air Zoom™, TPU Shank : Outsole : BRS 1000™, Duralon™

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PN: A race or speed trainig "Neutral" performance shoe with minimum features.

History : Air Zoom Streak Series : Streak 3('11), Streak 2('10), Streak('09)
Air Zoom™, Forefoot : Two layers of nylon fabric, joined by densely packed fibers, are sealed inside polyurethane. The unit is inflated; pushing apart the fabric and creating tension on the fibers. What does that mean? Zoom Air works by using stress of the shoe's wearer, absorbing it, and refracting the same stress which helps the Zoom insert retain its shape and buoyancy, allowing for quick responsiveness in performance venues, the result is a low-to-the-ground, hyper-responsive speed cushioning you can feel. And it does it in less space than other Air-Sole units.

BRS 1000™, Rearfoot : A highly durable carbon rubber we invented for use in out-soles. BRS stands for Blue Ribbon Sports, which was our name before we came up with Nike. The tie-in? Both BRS and Nike last ... and last...

Cushlon LT, Midsole : A lightweight version of Nike's Cushlon midsole foam that delivers plush and resilient cushioning : Cushlon : Nike's unique mid-sole foam which will provides a firmer road feel that delivers plush, resilient cushioning.

Duralon™, Forefoot : Delivers additional cushioning to the forefoot, which then enables a smooth toe-off. It is very soft, so it might not be as durable as other out-sole materials depending on the surface on which the shoes are worn. It is typically found in the forefoot area of a running shoe, so the durability doesn't affect the overall life of the shoe itself.

Slip Last : Boot-like upper constructiont is glued to the midsole to increase flexibility and decrease weight.

TPU Shank : Located at the bottom of the midfoot designed to improve heel to toe transition : TPU : Thermoplastic Urethane : It can be fine-tuned for optimal stiffness and is used to make stabilizing plates.

Open Mesh : With synthetic overlays to provide lightweight, supportive and breathable upper.

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