Original Posting (02/10/2020): A new Nike performance shoe has surfaced featuring double stacked Heel Zoom Air bags.
Just last week, Nike officially unveiled their NEXT% running line-up, aimed to improve runners’ endurance and give them a “measurable” benefit. Now, just less than a week later, we have a first look at what appears to be a new Nike performance shoe, aimed for either running or training. The shoe looks to feature a cored out foam midsole, encasing double stacked heel Zoom Air bags, and a massive forefoot bag beneath the foam. The upper looks to be comprised of textiles paired with synthetics for the rear overlays. Completing the look is a noticeably curved sole to likely improve heel to toe transition.
Let us know what you think of this new rumored Nike running/training model in the comments below. Stay tuned as we receive further updates as to what these are in the near future.
Nike Zoom Double Stacked “Barely Volt”
Color: Barely Volt
Style Code: CI0804-700
Release Date: Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
UPDATE (06/23/2020): After quite the wait, what is now confirmed to be dubbed the Nike Zoom Double Stacked, is set to release. Check out the set of official photos below and release details above.
Per Nike’s official product description: “A single layer of Zoom Air makes for one of the cushiest rides around. But a double-stack of Zoom with a foam sock liner is comfort on a level that’s unbelievable. The design philosophy of the Double Stacked is about comfort informing style, with exposed layers of Zoom cushioning in the heel and forefoot, an unfinished TPU Swoosh, and deco stitching on a breathable mesh upper giving a modern DIY vibe to this Barely Volt colorway. Who says rebellious style can’t be comfortable?”
UPDATE (05/22/2020): New photos of the mystery Nike shoe with double stacked heel Zoom Air bags have surfaced in two new colorways. Stay tuned for further updates.
UPDATE (02/20/2020): New photos have surfaced of this new sneaker featuring double stacked heel Zoom Air bags, and showing a detailed look at the shoe’s textile upper.
Original Posting Photo (02/10/2020):