A shoe that looks like a normal shoe but can help runners get up and down stairs is set to hit the market in the coming weeks.
The new shoe, called the Nike+S, is designed to be worn by runners who want to reduce the risk of falling while running, but also to help with running injury prevention.
The Nike+ is designed for runners who are on the move.
The shoe is made of a combination of leather and plastic, but is made with a new material that has shown to reduce a runner’s chance of breaking a bone or causing a fracture.
This is a new kind of shoe that is more lightweight than regular shoes, so it’s lighter than a regular shoe but stronger.
It’s made with soft, durable materials that help the shoe glide along the ground.
It also comes with a cushioning system that makes the shoe easier to slide on.
It comes in two sizes, the Nike Sport and the Nike Ultra, with a 3.5mm leather toe box and a 7mm shoe box.
The shoes are made in China and come in various finishes and finishes including white, red, blue and black.
The Nike+ shoes are available in sizes 7 to 12 and are available for $160 to $250.
You can purchase them at Nike.com or online at Nike+s.com.
The new shoe is designed by Nike and Adidas, and the company says it has tested them on more than 2,000 runners in the United States.
The goal is to reduce runners’ chance of falling during a running event by 50 percent.
“I don’t want to have people running around with shoes that don’t fit,” said Michael Tissot, an assistant professor of exercise physiology at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
“The shoe should fit well and the foot should be able to glide without being hit.”
The shoe uses two different materials to help reduce the likelihood of a fracture: rubber and a soft, flexible material that’s softer than leather.
Nike+ has also designed the shoe to help prevent the heel from breaking, which is also the primary cause of ankle injuries.
“The shoe itself is made out of lightweight materials that are lightweight and stiff,” said Tissop.
“It’s really the toe box that we’re trying to prevent the break of the foot.”
Tissot says he has also seen runners get injured on Nike+ when running on stairs.
“When they run up stairs they often have this kind of an injury where the toe falls out,” said Dr. Robert Paz, a biomechanist and orthopedic surgeon at the Mayo Clinic.
“We’re trying a new approach to make sure the shoe doesn’t have that kind of injury.
So we’re making sure the toe is not broken, but the shoe is not too rigid.”
The shoes come with a special foot pad, called a medial support, that helps prevent the foot from slipping off the ground and also helps prevent running through mud.
The foot pad is designed so that it doesn’t flex, so there’s less of an impact when running through the mud.
If the shoe isn’t too stiff, it could slip and cause a knee injury.
The shoes are a step forward from what is currently available for runners.
The average price of a Nike+ shoe is $200.
The most expensive Nike+ product is the Adidas+ Running Shoes, which sell for $800 to $900.
The company is also offering other shoes, including Nike+ running shoes and Nike+ footwear for the gym.
“This is the first time Nike+ will make a shoe that we can actually use,” said Richard Dixson, a professor of pediatrics at Vanderbilt University.
“This is a great step forward.”