After enlisting the help of Britain's finest for its "Nothing Beats a Londoner" ad, the Nike is back with another commercial, this time for its Zoom Vaporfly 4% sneaker ahead of the Boston Marathon.

Dubbed "Shoe Therapy," the new spot features long-distance runner Shalane Flanagan undergoing a therapy session with award-winning actress and screenwriter, Lena Waithe, who confesses her undying love for the silhouette.

While a long distance runner may be befitting for the performance-centered kicks, other patients who visit the chair include Golden State Warriors player Draymond Green, track athlete Deajah Stevens, NFL player Richard Sherman, and shoe designer Sean Wotherspoon.

For a full look at the video in question, click play above.

When you're done, check out Nike's Air Max and "Confetti" and "Splatter" packs here.  

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