6/29/2019 11:15 AM
We released several models that featured their new NIKE OFF-WHITE. The Nike off white 4% was “THE shoe” at the end the year, and now that we are well in to 2019, it’s the shoe on everyone’s mind. The shoe came in at the number 2 spot and very well could have been the top shoe if it wasn’t for lack of deeper inventory. Nike also has had quite a bit of success with the release of the new Pegasus 35. Even though it wasn’t released until halfway through the quarter, one color-way picked up the spot. We expect the Pegasus 35 and the newly released Pegasus Turbo to see some big numbers in. cushioning technology but one trainer seemed to stand out among the rest we was the first Saucony running shoe to feature a full-length nike midsole and this addition helped to further increase springiness, flexibility, and durability. Following tradition, Saucony decided to use the Freedom ISO 2 to debut their brand new upper technology known as ISOKNIT. With the addition of ISOKNIT along with minor tweaks to the midsole, Saucony hopes to take the Freedom to the next level. Midsole The Freedom ISO 2 continues to use a full-length EVERUN midsole, known for its plush underfoot feel and great energy return. However, the midsole of the Freedom ISO 2 have been updated with a more contoured design so you sit more inside rather than on top of the midsole. This should help guide the foot to the middle of the platform giving this model a slightly more stable ride than the original. The outsole of the Freedom ISO 2 is made of the same sticky crystal rubber used on the previous version. To encourage a smoother transition from heel to toe, Saucony improved the flexibility of the Freedom ISO 2 by adding strategically placed flex grooves in the forefoot and heel. The big story on the Freedom ISO 2 is the addition of the ISOKNIT upper. ISOKNIT takes the great sock-like feel of ISOFIT and combines it with a supportive and breathable engineered knit that provides improved freedom of movement. erek has been running competitively since he was 10 years old. He started with the hardest race in track and field, the 400-meter dash. Now he runs the 800-1500m for the HOKA ONE ONE Aggies Running Club. When he’s not running he enjoys perfecting his culinary skills, cutting up dance floors around the world and watching SpongeBob with his girlfriend.