Nike Discontinued the Flex Fury 2 June 2017
Nike, famous for its beefy protective features and baroque designs in recent decades, has followed the market to return to its humble waffle iron beginnings from the 1960s and we love it. We reviewed their entry into the minimalist, racing flat market, the Flex Fury 2, and across the board in the racing flat categories it hit high marks. For racing flats, runners want light, natural, smooth, and uninhibited, all of which the Flex Fury 2 delivers. It does it while still giving enough room in its design to accommodate different running styles with both a low heel-to-toe discrepancy of just 4mm and also a well cushioned heel with 20mm of padding.