The neon yellow Nike Flyknits caught everyone’s attention on the feet of track stars like USA’s gold medal decathalete Ashton Eaton and silver medalist Trey Hardee, as well as the gold medalist in the 1500m Britain’s Mo Farah. The Flyknit, with knit body that makes for a light, breathable shoe that hugs the contours of any foot, is almost like wearing socks with soles attached. Recreational runners can buy a similar style, sans spikes, which is currently so popular it’s sold out.
Get in Gear: How to Compete (Or At Least Dress) Like an Olympian
If seeing all those toned bodies at this past summer’s London Games inspires you to go from spectator to contender, TIME has put together a list of equipment used in the Olympics and Paralympics. This way, even if you can’t compete like an elite athlete, you can at least look like one
Track and Field: Nike Flyknits Running Shoes