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Almost a decade ago Nike designers Kevin Hoffer and Eric Avar put their heads together to confront a challenge. Marathon runners typically take around 40,000 steps from start to finish – they needed a shoe to withstand the relentless impact and to put a spring in their stride. Meanwhile, elite basketball players needed a shoe to cushion their high-impact jumping and provide quick push-off for explosive changes of direction.

Hoffer and Avar had a mission: to create a cushioning technology that would give distance runners and basketball players alike soft cushioning and bouncy responsiveness.

“We knew if we could blend the best of both attributes, we would create a very unique, ultra-lightweight, responsive cushioning experience that did not exist,” says Hoffer. “We thought we could literally enlighten people and invent a whole new system.”
Hoffer and Avar began the search for the right material, an ultra-lightweight foam that was both pillowy-soft and rubber-ball bouncy. They drew inspiration from images of astronauts walking on the moon. The astronauts’ weightless, soft and springy movements were exactly what the designers were trying to provide for athletes.

The pair assembled a team of chemical engineers, designers and technicians to help. They realized the task facing them would be challenging, riddled with trial and error, and might require them to look in some unexpected places – including materials previously ruled out.

After failing with countless materials, there came a breakthrough. Found way in the back of the Nike Advanced Material Interest Group’s closet, the team unearthed a space-age foam. In science terms, it was the fusion of lightweight Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) with the bouncy ball-like spring of Nitrile Rubber (NBR).

At that moment, “we knew we had something special,” says Hoffer. Here was the perfect mix of foam and air. They called it Lunarlon.

At this stage though, Lunarlon was nowhere near race or game day ready. “It was very hard to work with,” says Hoffer. “It was as sticky as melted marshmallows.” The foam offered the pillow-soft landing but still needed work to deliver the coveted springy response.

The expert team experimented with many techniques to transform the sticky substance into something functional, which proved to be easier said than done. At one point, the freezers of the Nike Innovation Kitchen were filled with Lunarlon molds that looked like hundreds of “ice cream bars.”

The team’s experiments helped it take another leap forward in 2005, when it created a prototype of a Lunarlon-cushioned running shoe sole. The team squeezed a soft-but-stable Lunarlon center into a firmer and supportive Phylon foam shell.

Then they presented the prototype to colleagues.

“We had an immediate ‘wow!’ reaction,” says Hoffer. “It was a real breakthrough to have such great cushioning – a running-on-pillows feel – in such a lightweight shoe.”
Lunarlon technology debuted in two new shoes in time for the summer of 2008 in Beijing, the Nike Lunaracer for the marathon and Nike Hyperdunk for basketball. Hoffer, Avar and their team had struck gold. Athletes of all levels loved the way Lunarlon minimized impact while providing both spring and support.

Lunarlon presented new opportunities to design shoes for all types of runners. In 2008 the Nike LunarGlide debuted with Dynamic Support, a two-part midsole system developed to provide stability and cushioning. Lunarlon was the perfect soft density foam to cushion runners’ heel impact, while a firmer density foam wedge helped stabilize pronation as the foot flexed down.

Hoffer and Avar’s team created more than just a new tool in the design toolbox – they transformed perception. The old rule that a lot of cushioning always required a lot of shoe was overturned.

Hoffer and Avar’s team accomplished their mission. With Lunarlon, runners, basketball players and athletes from a variety of sports can choose to have both soft cushioning and bouncy responsiveness.


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Shoes with Max Air technology feature less midsole material and larger-volume airbags for lighter weight and maximum cushioning you can see.
First Shoe w Nike Air? 1979 Air Tailwind - First visible unit was Air Max 1, First Basketball shoe was the Air Force 1.

Pros - can absorb impact, nostalga, walking on air never gets old.
Cons - not the most comfortable cushioning or shock absorbing product on the market.

Tensile Air it was called.
Nike Zoom cushioning is part of the Nike Air family. Like its siblings, Nike Zoom is lightweight and durable.

After impact, the tightly stretched fibers inside the pressurized air unit quickly bounce back into shape, providing a super responsive feel and improved awareness of the surface you’re playing on.
First Shoe with Nike Zoom? Nike Air Go LWP shoe in 1995

Pros - made for quick cuts, for high impact you do get responiveness (vid of 2 humans w yoga balls running at each other lol). Thin, and light
Cons - you can blow out the Zoom Unit, literally (image of blown zoom)
What is Nike FREE

The idea behind Nike Free is simple: Improve your athletic performance by allowing your body to perform naturally. Nike Free shoes offer the proven benefits of barefoot training.
Allowed freedom, your toes will flex and grip, exercising muscles in a natural chain neglected in traditional footwear.
In the Nike Free continuum, the lower the number in a shoe’s name, the closer it is to barefoot running. On the continuum, 10.0 represents conventional footwear while zero represents the bare foot

First shoe with Nike Free? Nike Free 5.0 v1 in 2004

Pros - very flexible as expected. firmer cushioning for those that like bare feet feel. Light.
Cons - usually means upper is very snug to maximize flex of sole, might be too tight for some. runners should break in the shoe before running long distance to avoind shin splints

What is Nike Lunarlon
it was the fusion of lightweight Ethylene Vinyl Acetate (EVA) with the bouncy ball-like spring of Nitrile Rubber (NBR)
Lunarlon cushioning features a soft, yet resilient, foam core that is encased within a supportive foam carrier for lightweight, ultra-plush cushioning, springy response and support.
The innovative Lunarlon foam, invented by Nike, is 30 percent lighter than traditional Phylon and allows the force of impact to be more evenly distributed, which helps reduce painful pressure points on feet.
First sneaker with Nike Lunarlon? 2008 Lunar Racer
Pros - tried and true. was innovative for its time. Comfy, Lunar Chukka flyknit was my Boost before there was Boost!
Cons - dated technology however still functional people say it bottoms out.

What is Nike React

Nike React foam was developed in-house and the unique composition gives runners foam that is lighter, softer, more responsive and even more durable than Nike Lunar foam. Historically, these four elements have been solved for individually and it was difficult to deliver them in one package. However, Nike React technology delivers them in one.

With no carrier foam, glue etc, you stand directly on the foam, its exaggerated in size for a reason, to absorb more.
First shoe with Nike React? Hyperdunk 2017 \u0026 Jordan Superfly 2017 (both encased react) Epic React Flyknit 1st raw form shoe in 2018.
Pros? Lots of Cushion. Very soft, responsive. very light
Cons? Durability might be an issue or looks of visible wear.


Nike ZoomX cushioning—a newly designed, ultra-light foam—delivers our greatest energy return yet. Inside the foam, a carbon fiber plate springs up under your heel as you stride forward, giving you a propulsive feel.

The Nike VaporFly 4% has been stripped down to its most essential parts, so it’s light and fast as hell—and perfect for road races up to and including the marathon.
Durable rubber on heel protects against abrasions
Weight: 6.5 ounces (men's size 10/women's size 11.5)
Offset: 10mm
First Nike ZoomX Shoe? Nike Zm VaporFly 4% in 2017
Pros - Comfy, like best ever. Feels like you are rocking forward and is very responsive. Super Mega Light!!
Cons - Durability of foam.




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