Nike Inc., the US-based sportswear manufacturer recently had rolled out a new NikeCourt Zoom Vapor Cage 4, named as the Harvey Dent shoe, a sweeping reform for the cage franchise, concept of which was directly taken from the Mallorcan World’s No.
1 Rafael Nadal. On top of that, revealing the new Vapor Cage 4, designers of which had capitalized on a Zoom airbag in the forefoot to proffer more flexibility during receiving serves and cross-courts movements alongside a more responsive foam in the heel, on the feet likes of the Apollonian Spaniard Nadal, a young heart Andrey Rublev and the bow-rocking Russ world’s No.
8 karen Khachanov, this month in Australia, Nike Inc. blended the speed of Vapor line and a sparkling aesthetic with the stability and durability of its Cage line. Nonetheless, Rafael Nadal, the 33-year-old Spanish cannonball, who revived himself last year with two Grand Slam Singles’ titles, one in the US Open beating the Russian Medvedev 7-5, 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-4 in an electrifying finale, and another by pounding the flabbergasting Austrian Dominic Thiem 6-3, 5-7, 6-1, 6-1 over the clay courts of Stade Ronald Garros to break off an all-time record of winning the most titles at the same Grand Slam tournament, had not stopped there with his vision, but asked for a shoe that could stretch wide and could anchor the reflexes to bounce back in to the court; that was how the Nike Sports Research Labs came across the concept of blending the Cage and Vapor and designed the Vapor Cage 4 with a first of its kind technology, a report from the Oregon, Beaverton-based Footwear maker’s Sports Research Labs had revealed over the last weekend.