The technical and performance prowess of Nike needs no introduction as the brand has consistently been a leading innovator in both performance and lifestyle segments. An idea born casually one Thanksgiving dinner over 8 years ago, the all new Air Rejuven8 from Nike represents Nike’s answer to the fundamentally need for post-competition and post-training footwear. Already Nike has offered more then adequate answers to both competition and training needs leaving the door wide open for a performance recovery model like the Rejuven8.
Legendary track coach and Nike founder Bill Bowerman once coined the phrase ““A hard day of training should be followed by a day of easy training.” With that in mind, the Rejuven8’s goal of creating the perfect post-workout footwear has yielded what some testers describe as little to no sensations in their feet, in a positive light of course. Since the idea was spurred through a young 7-year old boy fooling around by placing the protective net off a pear on his foot, Nike was unable to execute the sneaker on a technological level until now.
The development of the Air Rejuven8 has come under the close scrutiny of some of Nike’s leading designers and the world famous Innovative Kitchen. Taking inspirations from the past including the unparalleled comfort of the Air Presto, the aesthetics and direct molded technology introduced by the Zvezdockha, and the likes of the Air Kukini, Sock Racer and Air Huarache; The Air Rejuven8 is the culmination of many years of Nike innovation which provides users with top breathability, fit and performance benefits. Look for this sneaker to hit select retailers this month.