LIGHT, SOFT AND RESPONSIVE. MADE TO KEEP YOU ON THE RUN.
Get after those long runs with the Nike ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit. A lightweight and responsive foam delivers a super-soft feel and helps deliver energy with every step. Breathable and secure, it's one of our most tested shoes. Lace up and feel the potential when your foot hits the pavement.
Higher, Softer, Wider
Higher foam heights provide an even softer feel. A wide, exaggerated shape at the forefoot offers a more stable ride.
More Bounce With Every Ounce
Nike ZoomX foam is responsive and lightweight, giving you bounce with every step. 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.
An evolved Flyknit upper places zones of breathability where your foot heats up most. It's strong and durable, keeping your foot secure with every mile.
Traction, Created With Data
A waffle outsole was created using runner-informed data for traction where you need it. This info also helped guide the design and look of the shoe's sidewalls.
Tested For Miles
Testing shows that the Nike ZoomX Invincible Run showed no statistically significant difference in the incidence of running-related pain compared with the Nike React Infinity Run. 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 the 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 the Nike Air Zoom Structure 22. Our study found that 30.3% of the Nike Air Zoom Structure 22 runners missed 3 or more consecutive sessions but only 14.5% of the Nike React Infinity Run runners missed 3 or more consecutive sessions. Participants reported on progress and running related pain via online questionnaires.