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Jordan Brand will soon be releasing brand new running shoes designed explicitly to aid team sports athletes through conditioning (5k to 15k runs) and speed-focused training. The shoe are named the Jordan Trunner NXT, Jordan Trunner LT and Jordan React Havoc.

Each has NIKE, Inc.’s React technology for long-lasting cushioning and are engineered to help support larger athletes (think lineman and post players) through dynamic, side-to-side movements and fast-feet drills.

Jordan Trunner NXT

The Trunner NXT is designed to cushion larger athletes through training runs. The extended heel fin creates a distinct aesthetic and enhances heel to toe transitions. The shoe is also made to tackle speed drills requiring hard cuts, such as cone and shuttle drills, with the support of a diamond-shape cage that helps stabilize the foot during lateral moves.

Jordan Trunner LT

The Trunner LT carries the same full-length React tooling and extended heel as the Trunner NXT, but offers a lightweight mesh upper and a more minimal support cage.

Jordan React Havoc

The React Havoc is built to support long conditioning runs and traditional sprint training. The distinctive geometry of its midsole, familiar to fans of Nike’s React family of running shoes, contains a Nike Zoom Air bag in the forefoot for snappy transitions on the track. The TPU heel cup also provides stability for bigger athletes.

All three new running silhouettes, including the limited Jordan Trunner NXT HTM, release July 1.

via: Nike

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Following a “Cotton Shot” colorway, Russell Westbrook’s Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE is now releasing in “The Circuit” theme for its next variation this season. The Why Not Zer0.2 SE is actually a lighter and lower-cut rendition of the original Why Not Zer0.2. Flaunting a crisp and vibrant color scheme across its deconstructed TPU upper, the model’s composition also reveals foam material that provides light weight comfort, alongside reduced weight on its translucent mid-foot saddle. Other details include notable text, tags and branding throughout, exposed stitching in red, volt accents on the tooling and a milky translucent outsole to complete the design.

Look for the Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE “The Circuit” at select Jordan Brand stores and online on July 11. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

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