Nike Air: Nike Air technology uses air cushioning units within the sole of the shoe to provide lightweight cushioning and impact protection. This technology is available in various forms, including visible Air units in the heel or forefoot.
Nike Zoom Air: Zoom Air is a responsive cushioning technology that combines pressurized air with tightly stretched fibers to deliver a quick and snappy feel, making it popular in Nike's performance running and basketball shoes.
Nike React Foam: React foam is a proprietary cushioning material that offers a combination of cushioning and energy return. It is known for being lightweight and durable, making it suitable for a wide range of athletic activities.
Nike Lunarlon: Lunarlon is a lightweight foam cushioning technology that provides plush comfort and support. It is often used in running and training shoes.
Nike Free: Nike Free technology features a flexible sole and lightweight materials to provide a natural and barefoot-like feel while still offering some cushioning and support. It is commonly used in Nike's running and training shoes.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus Insole: The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus is a popular running shoe known for its comfort and responsiveness. It features a Zoom Air unit in the forefoot for cushioning.
Nike Air Max Insole: Nike Air Max shoes often feature visible Air Max units in the heel, which provide maximum cushioning and impact protection.
Nike Lunar Insole: Lunar cushioning technology is used in various Nike shoes, offering a combination of softness and support.
Nike Flyknit Insole: Some Nike shoes with Flyknit uppers have cushioned insoles that provide comfort and support in addition to the sock-like fit of the upper.
OrthoLite Insoles: While not exclusive to Nike, OrthoLite insoles are used in some Nike shoes. These insoles are known for their moisture-wicking, antimicrobial, and cushioning properties.