Nike Responds To 60-Second Alphafly 3 Sellout By Dropping New “Volt” Colorway

You can try and score a pair of the new Alphafly 3s in early April

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Following the 60-second sell-out of the Alphafly 3 prototype edition, Nike is set to release a new colorway for the super shoe in April. The upcoming release features a vibrant “Volt” colorway, which would make any runner stand out from the crowd.

The Alphafly 3 made headlines after Kelvin Kiptum’s record-setting performance at the Chicago Marathon last year, and every runner wanted to get their hands on a pair. 

When the shoes were released to the public on January 4, 2024, they sold out in under one minute. Many Alphafly hopefuls were disappointed about this, especially after finding hundreds of pairs soon reselling for more than double the retail price on eBay.

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The Alphafly 3 in the “Volt” colorway is scheduled to hit retailers on April 4th, 2024, with a price tag of $285 USD.

Crafted with an ultra-light Atomknit upper, the shoe adopts a bold yellow hue for the “Volt” colorway. 

The midsole and swoosh incorporate a deep blue-green gradient fade and orange Zoom Air units in the forefoot.

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Nike has equipped the Alphafly 3 with advanced features, including ZoomX foam, Zoom Air units, and a carbon fiber Flyplate. These elements work together to provide propulsion and enhance energy return during each stride.

You can read our full rundown of the Nike Alphafly 3 here.

The Alphafly 3 “Volt” will be available at online at the Nike website, on the Nike app, and at select retailers in the coming weeks.

If you missed out on the first release of the Nike Alphafly 3, your next chance is right around the corner. So, mark your calendars for April 4th, and let us know if you end up getting your hands on a pair!

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Jessy has been active her whole life, competing in cross-country, track running, and soccer throughout her undergrad. She pivoted to road cycling after completing her Bachelor of Kinesiology with Nutrition from Acadia University. Jessy is currently a professional road cyclist living and training in Spain.

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