The Joyride cushioning system consists of thousands of balls made from a copolymer of plastic and TPE rubber. It adapts to individual characteristics and absorbs shock loads, providing lightness and energy return. The balls are placed in zonal inserts in the sole, which allows the foam to expand in all directions and create a dynamic insole that takes the form of a foot.
The international release of Nike Joyride will take place on August 15, but for NikePlus members the Nike Joyride model Run Flyknit is available from July 25th.
The line will feature several variations of sneakers: Nike Joyride NSW, Joyride Setter, presented during the Alyx spring-summer 2020 show at Nike Paris Fashion Week, exclusive women's Nike Joyride O36tik and Nike Joyride Nova, specially designed for young athletes.
Sneakers will be available at Nike branded stores, brand partners, and online.