À vos marques, prêts, jouez ! Nike apporte les solutions FlyEase aux chaussures et vêtements pour enfants
One of kids’ most magical attributes is spontaneity — when they get the urge to run, jump and dance, it’s gotta happen right now.
Nike’s new Dynamo Go and Play Pack collection is out to help that spontaneous play happen quickly and easily, harnessing the brand’s goal to make play a lifestyle for kids. The shoe and apparel line are made with the same innovative FlyEase technology that was developed using insights from the disability community, and they include kid-inspired features and playful touches that guarantee our youngest athletes can play whenever, however they want.
“Make getting shoes on easier and faster” — that’s the No. 1 thing Kevin Dodson, Global Vice President for Kids Footwear Product, hears from the hundreds of Nike kid shoe testers and their parents and caregivers. “Anyone who’s spent time with kids knows that when they can pull on their own shoes quickly and easily, it gives them confidence and a feeling of empowerment, and that gets them moving more,” says Dodson. Kids and parents tell Nike designers that, in addition to autonomy, they want a shoe that’s lightweight, with a great fit and a grippy sole that can handle any kind of movement. “Kids aren’t saying, ‘Okay, it’s time to go switch my shoes now. They’re going from activity to activity to activity, and we know our products need to stand up to that spectrum of use,” says Dodson.
Erasing any struggle to get gear on and off is paramount for kids apparel too, says Jermaine Younger, Senior Director, Nike Kids Product, and especially for those in the disability community for whom a tricky zipper or series of buttons can create real barriers. Using feedback from Nike’s dedicated Consumer Insights team, which conducts focus groups and panels with kids and caregivers worldwide, Younger says the kids apparel team heard four key asks: Make it fast and simple to get products on; incorporate one-handed functionality; provide secure pocket storage; and make the apparel work for kids with disabilities too.
After listening to kids’ and parents’ shoe and apparel needs, Nike created the new Dynamo Go for little kids and Play Pack collection of tops, jackets, hoodies and pants for big kids.
Dynamo Go A collapsible FlyEase heel is designed for kids with or without disabilities to easily slip their feet into the shoe, hands-free. “The wavy lines are expressive and fun, and they serve a true purpose: creating stability and a secure fit during side-to-side movements, » says Dodson. “My favorite feature is the bottom of the shoe, which is cushy, flexible and grippy and has a wrap-up toe grip for when your kids inevitably drag their feet to brake on a scooter or bike.”
Play Pack Woven Pants “Our North Star in apparel is product that is accessible with one hand. This easy-to-cinch, auto-locking drawcord is an awesome example of making that happen,” says Younger.
Play Pack Jacket Large-loop zipper pulls make getting in and out of this jacket simple and fast. And a longer cut, adustable fit and soft, breathable fabric yield coverage and comfort for seated athletes.
Play Pack FlyEase pocket Here, deep cuts with angled entry create secure storage. “We’ve received great feedback from kid testers about being able to put anything in a FlyEase pocket — keys, rocks they’ve found, toy cars — and it won’t fall out and get lost when they’re trying to play,” says Younger.
“Watching the wear-test videos, you see preschool-aged kids pop on the Dynamo Go, and there’s this moment of pure joy and pride, like, ‘I did it myself this time!’” says Dodson. That’s an emotion he saw firsthand after bringing home a test pair of Gos for his 3-year-old daughter a few months ago. “I told her the shoes were just for her to try, and she stepped into them herself and took off ripping around the house. She told me they were ‘super cool’ and ‘beautiful,’ and when I asked for them back, she gave me a firm ‘no.’ It took two pieces of chocolate, one for each shoe, to wrestle them away.”
“You see preschool-aged kids pop on the Dynamo Go, and there’s this moment of pure joy and pride, like, ‘I did it myself this time!’”
For the Play Pack line, the positive feedback Younger’s heard from athletes in the disability community and their caregivers proves that design for all benefits all. “These innovations are relevant to any kid who just wants to pull their pants and shirts on themselves and get out the door to play quicker. If we can make that experience easier, everybody wins,” says Younger.
That innovative, accessible design will carry through and expand in future kids shoe and apparel releases for athletes of all abilities, Dodson and Younger say, creating gear that complements Nike’s push to invite the next generation into sport.
“This is just the beginning of the solutions we can create,” says Dodson. “I think in the near future we’ll be known for being true leaders in easy-on, easy-off footwear and apparel.”
Dois-je prendre une taille supérieure si j’ai des pieds larges ?
What size should a wide foot be? Just remember that the need for wide shoes is about more than the width of your foot. It also depends on the length (your numbered shoe size) and whether you’re a man or woman. For instance, if your foot is 3.75 inches wide and you wear a size 5, you’ll need a wide fit.
Puis-je porter des chaussures ordinaires avec des pieds larges ?
You’ll most likely want to purchase a âwideâ version of the shoe, but each brand runs differently, so you may find that some shoes are wide enough. Women with wide feet may be able to wear a man’s shoe for a better fit.
Une chaussure d’une demi-pointure est-elle plus large ?
Half sizes are typically an extra more or less 1/9th of an inch to the length of the shoe. They always get longer with each step you go up. They sometimes get wider with each half step you go up.
Quelle taille de chaussure dois-je prendre si j’ai les pieds larges ?
Once you measure your foot, you can tell for sure. If your foot width is 4 1/16â in a size 9 shoe or 3 3/16â in a size 7, then you are considered to have wide feet (C/D).
Les Vaporfly sont-elles confortables ?
What is this? The shoe’s comfort is only as good as its upper. The Vaporfly’s upper eschews the super narrow fit of racing flats and adopts a more liberal approach towards interior fit. The Flyknit upper has a just-right fit which doesn’t squeeze the foot – this helps greatly during long runs.
How many miles can the Vaporfly last? I would say this shoe can last about 4 to 5 marathons which is ~200-250 miles. This is much lower than other carbon fiber plate shoes and definitely lower than a trainer. The lacing system was also a bit wonky and while it is supposed to lock down the foot, I had trouble with my heel feeling like it was going to slip.
Quelle différence fait le Vaporfly ?
The Vaporfly is about 4% more efficient than a regular shoe.
Quelle est la qualité de la Vaporfly ?
The Nike ZoomX Vaporfly Next% 2 is still a superlight racing powerhouse with excellent cushioning and propulsion. What makes it so special is its unique forefoot geometry that provides a forward-tipping sensation during each toe-off. This version is an upper-only update that improves the fit and comfort of the shoe.
Combien pèsent les chaussures Nike Vaporfly ?
6.6 oz. (187 gr.)
How much does the Nike ZoomX Vaporfly Next% weigh?
Combien pèsent les Nike Vaporfly 4 flyknit ?
The Vaporfly 4% is also extremely lightweight â for the cushioned shoe it is. At less than 7-ounces, the cushioning-to-weight ratio is the best in the industry. The lightweight Flyknit upper fits just right without the ultra-narrow fit of traditional racing shoes.
Combien pèse la Vaporfly 4 ?
The VaporFly Flyknit weighs 7.65 ounces /217 grams for a size 10.5 US and has a 10mm drop. Meaghan: In case you’ve been living in a cave, the elusive Vaporfly 4% has a version 2, and it comes with a knit upper.