At first glance you’re probably like……wait a minute. Aren’t those the Nike Zoom Shift Sprint you just posted mo-fo? Looks that way doesn’t it? But they aren’t. The Nike Zoom Shift Fly did feature a lightweight breathable mesh with spring specific synthetic support overlays at a price of $75.00 but the outsole was outfitted with a ten spike sprint plate (not an eight spike zoom shift plate found in the Zoom Shift) and they also featured aggressive front teeth and a rigid arch platform. The bottom line? The Zoom Shift Fly (in Nike’s words) was designed for the serious 100 and 200 meter power based sprinter and the Zoom Shift Sprint was designed for the competitive sprinter that preferred a less rigid sprint plate with no heel. Aaaaaaaand there you go! Take a trip back below!