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Nike’s New ‘Air Zoom Pulse’ Shoes Allow Doctors And Nurses Go Through 12-Hour Shifts Easily

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Nike’s New ‘Air Zoom Pulse’ Shoes Allow Doctors And Nurses Go Through 12-Hour Shifts Easily

Meant to be comfortable whether you have to stand or run long hours.


There’s a right pair of shoes for everything, including when saving people at the hospital. Doctors and nurses are often seen in their clog-style shoes that are comfortable and easy to wear and take off.

Nike is releasing ‘Air Zoom Pulse’ which is laceless with elastic materials. It has a cushion that keeps the wearer comfortable through their long shifts whether that’s a 6-hour surgery or 12 hours of running around the hospital. The surface has been coated so that it can be easily wiped clean.

To specify, Nike brags in the ‘Pulse’s full-rubber outsole, a flexible drop-in midsole with Zoom Air heel unit and a heel fit so secure, it feels like a soft, snug hug’. Instead of lace, it has a PU-coated synthetic vamp with full-rubber outsole that comes in a unique water -dispersive traction pattern.

Other Air Zoom models cost around $134-147 a pair, while nothing is known about the price for his model. To every trainer, the Star of Life logo is added, which is an asterisk for emergency services.



And to boot, Nike celebrates the Doernbecher Freestyle Program and has included six patient designers into the Air Zoom Pulse collection.

Desiree Castillo’s Design

Kahleah Corona’s Design

Ethan Ellis’ Design



Bransen Fernando’s Design

Sawyer Miller’s Design

Zion Thompson’s Design

All six versions will be released on December 7 on Nike.com. Profits will be donated for OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.



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