Throughout the early aughts, Nike's spring-like Shox technology seemed like it was everywhere. Utilized on a plethora of running, basketball, and training sneakers, the innovative technology has seen a decline in use over the years. But you'd be wrong to count it out just yet, as Nike still utilized the cushioning on a handful of today's models.
A great example is the Shox Deliver, a high performance runner which is currently discounted at $80. The leather upper offers both flexibility and durability, with a ton of perforation holes throughout. Meanwhile, the Phylon molded midsole teams with two Shox columns, providing a comfy, responsive ride, no matter your level of expertise.