Nike continues to find ways to prioritize form and functionality in its designs. Proof can be seen on the NikeLab Zoom Fly SP. Designed by Erick Goto, the unisex runner debuted 2017, designed to optimize runners’ performance during tempo runs, long runs and on race day. Some of the technical specs include a full-length carbon-infused nylon plate within the Lunarlon foam midsole, which gives runners energy with each stride. Not to mention that the semi-translucent upper – constructed with a stretch-woven material that offers lightweight breathability – sports a fashionable look. A microsuede arch band ensures a high level of support and stability. The Nike Zoom Fly SP was created with Nike Running Special Projects as part of the Breaking2 initiative to support the first ever marathon time to be under 2 hours. Here's the white and black colorway.