The shoe, according to Nike, features a wider base for increased stability, as well as bouncy and flexible cushioning to help provide a smooth stride.
To enhance the shoe’s stability, Nike employed its Dynamic Support technology that is designed to provide a stable landing with every step, and incorporates soft foam cushioning to help ease the transition from heel to toe. The shoe also boasts Nike’s Dynamic Fit technology that helps wrap around the mid-foot for a more secure and personalized fit.
Aside from a pair of Nike’s Dynamic technologies, the Air Zoom Structure 20 also features a seamless Flymesh upper for lightweight breathability and lasting comfort, Flywire cables for lockdown, a mesh inner sleeve for breathability and a socklike fit, and Zoom Air in the forefoot for responsive cushioning. It also has an OrthoLite sockliner to enhance responsive cushioning, a honeycomb outsole pattern and rubber crash rail for traction, and deep flex grooves for flexibility.