The air bag design of Nike Air Max+ 2013 running shoes delivers the ultimate cloud-like cushioning and flexibility. You can even see clear through to the other side of the shoe through the Max Air unit. These soft and springy runners offer a super comfortable ride for smoother transitions from heel-strike through toe-off. All Nike fans are sure to love the charming and classic style.
Upper: Hyperfuse provides ultra-lightweight breathability. Flywire cables cradle the foot for an adaptive, supportive fit. Strategically placed, seamless overlays offer comfort and enhanced support. Reflective elements deliver visibility in low light. Padded tongue and heel collar enhance instep comfort.
Midsole: A Mesh inner sleeve wraps around the foot for a plush, breathable fit and feel. Max Air provides maximum impact protection during repetitive landings. Soft, cushy foam midsole delivers a great blend of responsive cushioning and durability. Removable insole. Nike+ Ready
Outsole: Flex grooves deliver enhanced forefoot flexibility and a smooth, efficient stride. Air-Sole unit offers lightweight cushioning. Carbon rubber under the heel and forefoot provides abrasion resistance. Waffle skin.
Nike+ gives you feedback on how you're running, while you are running. This amazing technology allows you to track your distance, pace, time and calories burned during your runs. You can hear this information through your iPod® nano if you're using the Nike+ iPod® Sport Kit or see it all on your wrist with a Nike+ Sportband.
Simply slip the Nike+ sensor, sold separately in the Nike+ iPod Sport Kit and Nike+ Sportband, into the specially made shoe pocket and head out. The Nike+ pocket under the sockliner provides a comfortable and secure place for the Nike+ sensor.
The Nike+ sensor uses a sensitive accelerometer to measure your every step, then wirelessly transfers this data to the receiver on you iPod nano or Nike+ Sportband so you can stay focused on your training.
Shoefitr lets you try on shoes online by showing you how they will fit.
Shoefitr uses 3D scanners to collect a shoe's internal measurements.
The measurements of your current shoe are compared to the one you want...
...and Shoefitr recomments the best fit.