(STILL) DESIGNED TO KEEP YOU ON THE RUN.
The Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 2 continues to help keep you running. A refreshed upper uses Flywire technology that combines with Flyknit for support and breathability where you need it. The high foam heights provide soft responsiveness and long-lasting comfort. It's still one of our most tested shoes, designed to help you feel the potential when your foot hits the pavement.
Ventilated Where Needed
An advanced Flyknit upper provides breathability where you need it most. It's strong and durable, helping to keep your foot secure with every mile. Flywire technology offers extra support and stability through the midfoot.
Nike React technology is a lightweight, durable foam that delivers a smooth, responsive ride. Shaped like a rocker, the foam provides support for the 3 phases of a runner's stride. It offers flexibility when your foot rises off the ground, a smooth ride when your foot is moving forward and cushioning at ground contact.
Cushioned Feel, Higher Stacks
Less material between the insole and midsole means you're closer to the foam. This helps create a more responsive experience. The foam itself has a higher height, providing a plush feel.
Tested For Miles
In a second study conducted in 2020 using the same protocol as the 2019 research study, the Nike React Infinity Run 2 showed no statistically significant difference in the incidence of running-related pain over the previous year’s Nike React Infinity Run model. In testing*, runners in the Nike React Infinity Run missed 52% less consecutive running sessions (3 or more) due to running-related pain than those running in Nike Air Zoom Structure 22, our traditional motion control shoe. *In a study of 226 men and women during a 12-week run training program runners in the Nike React Infinity Run missed 52% less consecutive running sessions (3 or more) due to running-related pain than those running in Nike Air Zoom Structure 22. Our study found that 30.3% of Nike Air Zoom Structure 22 runners missed 3 or more consecutive sessions but only 14.5% of Nike React Infinity Run runners missed 3 or more consecutive sessions. Participants reported on progress and running related pain via online questionnaires.