Nike Adapt 4+

Control your Adapt footwear

Nike, Inc

    • 4.7 • 7K Ratings
    • Free


The Adapt App gives you exclusive access to the latest and greatest features of your Nike Adapt footwear.

Tighten, loosen and fine-tune the fit of each shoe using the Adapt App, or connect your Apple Watch to easily make adjustments from your wrist.

Change your fit when you're on the go using the Gestures feature. It's as easy as tapping your heel and doesn't require a phone, so you can stay focused on your activity.

The first time you put on your shoes, the app will create two modes; one tuned for activity and the other relaxing. You can also create personalized fits with custom modes.

Instantly adjust your shoes using only your voice with five different Siri Shortcuts.

Every detail within the app matches the look and feel of the shoes you're connected to.

Light packs combine iconic Nike colors with pulsing, strobe and gradient light effects. Set how long you want your shoes to glow, or turn off the lights completely.

Know exactly how much power you have left, and get notified when you need to charge your shoes.

The Adapt App gives you a secure connection to your Nike Adapt shoes. Once your shoes are paired, only you can control your fit.

The Adapt App allows you to remotely adjust the fit of your Nike Adapt shoes and requires data like current fit, LED color and battery level to be transmitted from the shoes to the app. For more information, go to

What’s New

Version 1.29.4

Performance improvements and Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
7K Ratings

7K Ratings

A. Stepney ,

Lights don’t stay on

Hello Nike I have to say I’m pretty disappointed the lights on the shoes do not stay on. To me the lights are one of the key features that sets the shoes apart. The fact they only stay on for 5-10 seconds at a time is extremely dissatisfying. I realize the purpose of the shoe is to play basketball. But a majority of people buy sneakers to wear casually because of the look and design. I think it would be really cool to have the option to turn on/off the lights at your own convenience. I called Nike about this issue and I was told the lights don’t stay on because the battery will drain. But the battery lasts for 10 days at a time. The sneakers should act like a cell phone. If I want to leave my lights on and risk the battery draining that should be my option as a consumer. Cell phone companies don’t tell you we won’t let you watch movies on your phone because the battery will die; it’s your choice. With the app allowing one to check the battery on the shoes it makes it easy to turn the lights off if the battery gets too low, and you can just charge the shoes more often. I just feel like I got bamboozled with this feature and it would great if Nike can add this to the app. Nike makes the best shoes in the world because of forward thinking and innovation. Keep it going and take a page from motel 6, “leave the lights on for us”. Thank you!
Loyal Nike customer

Robert Mahn ,


Dearest Nike, please don’t retire this app on August 4th. To us ones lucky enough to own these shoes, it’s as close as we got to the novelty of owning the legendary Nike MAG from Back To The Future Part II. I understand we can still manually power lace our shoes but that’s nearly not as cool as everything the app can do. Things like auto-lace, lace by increments of 5, power-lock lace, and have an amazing set of Light Packs to display colors in 3 cool amazing sequences. I mean this is by far the coolest feature of the shoe! If the app is retired and we get a new device WE CAN NOT NOT USE ANY OF THESE FEATURES ANYMORE! Dearest Nike, please keep this app in the App Store. We’re not asking for anymore updates. Just please DON’T RETIRE THE APP! Another suggestion I have is to sell or give out a device for owners of Adapt shoes to continue to use these features. Something small so we can keep controlling the lights and power laces. Love you guys please don’t retire it or have something to keep all its features going 🙏

Quick104 ,

Bye Nike - Time for a new brand

I have to say Im pretty disappointed all the way around. Theres a few thing about the shoe itself that I dont like but there is one really big thing that really has me upset with Nike and thats the app... Its bad enough that you charge $350 for these shoes, I can live with that I guess - I mean I bought them right. But what really makes me feel like Nike took advantage of me is the fact that they hyped these features that the shoe and app were supposed to be capable of straight out of the box. At least thats what they lead me to believe because there was no fine print saying that the vast majority of the features would be coming to the app at a later date. You screwed this one up big time Nike! Without the features you said this shoe would have its just disappointing. You mean to tell me that you came up with this shoe design, went through all the development stages of it and on into production and couldnt come up with a decent app to pair with it? Isnt that what was supposed to set this shoe apart from the others and justify the price for the consumer? Ypu couldnt have waited to launch the shoe for a couple weeks, couple months, couple whatever longer so that when it dropped it really made an impact and set the bar? All Nike did here was take advantage of us kids that grew up poor and compensate for it now by paying crazy prices for shoes! I might be jumping the Nike ship cause this really has me disgusted.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your feedback regarding the Adapt App and we apologize for the inconvenience. We have shared this with the Adapt team and please know that the Modes Feature will be coming soon. If you have any additional questions or concerns please reach out to us at for immediate assistance.

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Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
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  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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