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Nike Air Zoom Ultrafly Grass - White/White/Black

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Nike Air Zoom Ultrafly Grass - White/White/Black

Incorporated in Nike tennis shoes for the first time, the Flyknit constructed ankle cuff provides the Nike Air Zoom Ultrafly Grass with a locked-down fit and second-skin feel.
One of the lightest Nike Tennis shoes yet, the Nike Air Zoom Ultrafly features a multitude of technologies to provide explosive 360-degree agility.

A Flyknit constructed ankle cuff that gives a locked-down feel. It also benefits from a full-length propulsion plate, which is made from a material usually found on the soleplates of sprint spikes, that works together with Zoom Air units for maximum responsiveness.

The full-length Pebax® plate, which is made with a material usually found on the soleplates of sprint spikes, works with the Zoom Air units to provide maximum responsiveness.

On the upper, ultra-durable Kurim material that moves with the foot is combined with mesh, which is both lightweight and breathable.


Ever since their first entry into tennis footwear back in 1973, Nike have set the trends that define the shoes we see on-court to this day.

Bringing colour and attitude to a sport famed for its formal dress codes, the Swoosh shook up the establishment in the 70s with some inspired designs and endorsements, signing up first Ilie Nastase in ’73, and then, in 1978, John McEnroe.

Confident and uncompromising, McEnroe was the perfect partner for Nike as they grew their influence in the game, particularly thanks to his personal championing of the classic Air Trainer 1 in the 80s – a shoe that likely wouldn’t have seen the light of day had he not insisted its prototype be developed into a full design.

After McEnroe came Agassi, Courier, and Sampras. All three had some superb shoes that pushed the boundaries for technology as much as looks, with Agassi’s Air Tech Challenge and Sampras’s Air Oscillate featuring industry-leading engineering, just as Federer and Nadal’s shoes have in more recent times.

Rafa’s signature shoe, the Zoom Vapor Cage, remains available today with its winning combination of performance and durability, while Naomi Osaka’s Zoom GP Turbo follows in the footsteps of Serena’s Flare in leading the way for women’s footwear. Elsewhere, check out the NXT range for the latest tech-focused designs, or if you prefer something simple, lightweight, and comfy, the Lite collection has you covered.

Grass Court

To provide grip without damaging the court, grass court shoes usually feature uniform grip patterns, often with pimples that prevent slippage on worn patches around the baseline.


Additional Information

  • Quick Ref: 129060
  • Man. Ref: 837973-110