Nike Zoom Shift
Renaming last year's mid-level shoe, Nike dropped the Hyper and just made it into Nike Zoom Shift and just highlighting the key tech which is Zoom Air. Just like last year, textile upper was still used although the shoe's height somewhat changed a bit. The shoe still has a basic setup with the addition of the TPU heel counter which extends to the ankle area into the laces helping with the support. You can see in the images the word Zoom in the forefoot area so expect the shoe to have a forefoot Zoom Air. The only question is if Nike will use that small rectangle piece since they used that thing especially in their lower-tier models. Underneath, the traction pattern still consists of pegs but having a different arrangement. The traction pattern now is multi-directional with emphasis on different zones of the foot. These are available now in 2 colorways and retails for $100 at Nike.com <HERE>.