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Nike -Vs- Reebok Over the last decade the running sneaker industry has become very profitable The demand for a top quality running sneaker has grown in quite large numbers Therefor leaving competitors in this industry with no choice but to constantly improve their product Within this literature I wish to explain three of the major differences between two of the best running sneakers on the market Two running sneakers that have been noticed for their outstanding quality are the Air Max 95 made by Nike and the DMX Fusion Lite made by Reebok They are bolth excellent high quality running sneakers but they have many differences They bolth have taken different approaches to their cushioning systems Their outsoles or bottom part of the sneaker also have drastic differences The same also applies for the upper part of the sneakers The cushioning system in the Air Max 95 is an excellent and unique way of providing comfort and support You would think that because of its name there would be air in the sneaker This statement is entirely untrue The Air Max system uses three separate pockets of a compressed lightweight gas They use this gas which is even lighter than helium to reduce the weight of the sneaker Each pocket of gas is strategically positioned and they each have separate PSI Pounds per Square Inch The first pocket is all the way in the rear of the sneaker This pocket is known as the crash pad It is the smallest pocket and is made to absorb the force of impact as you run or walk The PSI in this pocket is only fifteen The second pad is right after the first on and goes up to the middle of the sneaker They have made this pocket more stable and gave it a PSI of twenty-five The final pad covers the entire front half of the foot This pad is designed for comfort and spring This
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