Nike Air Zoom Structure 20 Releases this September

The Nike Air Structure, which first debuted in 1991, has reached its twentieth iteration and introduces the line’s most advanced design to date: the Air Zoom Structure 20.

The Nike Air Structure was created to provide runners with greater stability and prevent “over-pronation” (the foot rolling inward upon ground-strike). The 20th iteration still stays true to this, providing some of the best stability that Nike has ever put into a runner. Combining modern tech and style, the Nike Air Zoom 20 could become one of the best performance running shoes on the market.

The Air Zoom Structure 20 looks to feature a woven Flymesh upper construction with Flywire reinforcement at the top two eyelets. As the name implies, the shoe implements a forefoot Zoom unit as well as a multicolor pentagonal traction pattern.

The Air Zoom Structure 20 will be available at nike.com on September 29 for a retail price of $120 USD. If you’re interesting in learning more about the Structure line, nike.com has a timeline of the shoe’s most significant iterations.

What do you think about the fresh new design for the Structure 20? Let us know in the comment section below and stay tuned to WearTesters.com for more release information.

 

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Via Nike.com

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3 Comments

  1. Nice! Didn’t know that Nike made models like these for overpronators; I thought they just stuck to neutral ride runners.

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