Nike’s Photosynthesis Collection Will Supercharge Your Next Workout

If you don’t know about the process of photosynthesis, or even what that turn of phrase references, just know it’s about nature’s ability to convert energy. Fitting then that Nike would drop a collection surrounding the idea of “Running in Full Bloom” that features specific colorways of the Nike Free 5.0 2015, the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32, and the Nike Lunarglide 6. Why? Well, all of these sneakers stand above the competition in one key aspect: they are perfect to run in. With photosynthesis being all about the conversion of energy, it also makes sense that this pack is perfect for a runner looking to get to work beneath the sun. The sun is the perfect antidote to anyone suffering from laziness. When it’s THAT nice out, no one is trying to stay inside and play Call of Duty. (Okay, some of us still are.)

Dropping today at Champs Sports, all three shoes feature unique colorways that should have fans excited. Featuring different floral designs for each silhouette, I really can’t say that I have a favorite. All of them should have you styling on the competition.

The Lunarglide 6 is designed to be worn not just to run in, but from sun up to sun down. It features a breathable foam upper with Dynamic Fit and Flywire technology, and also has a Phylon midsole. The Free 5.0 sets itself apart from the rest with extreme flexibility. The outsole allows six directions of motion. Finally, there’s the Pegasus 32 with Dynamic Flywire and a Zoom unit in the heel.

For the active athlete, there’s nothing like going out for a run on a gorgeous summer day. Do it now in some of the illest training shoes of the month.

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Nike Photosynthesis Collection
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Nike Photosynthesis Collection

Nike Photosynthesis Collection

Nike Photosynthesis Collection