The first Nike Metcon that Josh Bridges hasn't blown through.
The most significant update to the Nike Metcon 4 is the addition of the tri-star shapes which add strategic durability where it’s needed most (high-wear areas like the toe box and sides) while leaving mesh for breathability and flexibility in other spots.
Designers used a sandwich mesh (essentially a two-layer mesh) to provide a sensation of cushioning on top of the foot for the first time which also hugs the foot better than previous Nike Metcon models.
There are six lace eyelets in the Nike Metcon 4 (versus five in the Metcon 3) so you can fine-tune your laces for more precise comfort and support.
A soft tri-star at the top of the tongue provides a little extra padding between the forefoot and laces.
More for aesthetics than performance, the heel counter is more minimal than past silhouettes.
The Nike Metcon 4 has the same allover-rubber outsole and the same 4-millimeter drop as the Nike Metcon 3, so you get the same underfoot experience you’ve grown to love.
The midsole cushioning and comfort that you've grown to love in the Nike Metcon models remains the same.
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