Nike Air Zoom Al10hafly NEXT% sneakers feature two Zoom Air inserts, plenty of ZoomX foam, one carbon fiber plate and a lightweight upper Flyknit. These technologies provide improved cushioning and running efficiency.
A carbon fiber plate over the entire length of the sole is designed to provide stabilization and cushioning, increase stiffness in the forefoot and reduce the load on the ankle joint.
The new model could be banned from running competitions. The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF)
on January 31 new rules: now professional runners can not wear sneakers that contain more than one carbon plate, have a sole height of 40 millimeters and are in open sale less than four months before the start of the competition.
Sneakers remained legal. The thickness of the Nike Zoom Al46hafly Next% sole is 39.5 mm; sales will begin in late February.