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Here’s How to Cop Nike’s Zoom VaporFly 4% “Obsidian”


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Brand: Nike

Model: Zoom VaporFly 4% “Obsidian/Metallic”

Key Features: Nearly seamless one-piece Flymesh upper, full-length carbon fiber plate, durable rubber on heel protects against abrasions, NikeZoomX midsole unit

Release Date: Wednesday, April 11 (North America, China and Japan), Thursday, April 19 (Europe)

Price: $250 USD

Buy: Select Nike retailers listed below

Editor’s Notes: According to a new study, Nike’s Zoom Vaporfly 4% really does make you a better runner, and for spring, the highly-coveted silhouette is back in a “Obsidian/Metallic” finish.

The silhouette was introduced last year as part of Nike’s Breaking2 project, and it’s currently the brand’s fastest marathon shoe.

Only a handful of retailers worldwide will carry this colorway and it’s listed below.

North America: nike.com, Nike Boston, Heartbreak Hill Running Company, Eastbay, Running Warehouse and at select running specialty stores
China: nike.com, Topsports, Pousheng and Highwave
Japan: nike.com and Nike Harajuku

Availability in Europe will begin on April 19, and will be sold online, at NTL, Pro Direct and Sportsshoes.

Now, here’s how to buy the OFF–WHITE x Nike Air VaporMax “White.”

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