The Nike Joyride is a new running sneaker boasting the brand's recently-debuted Joyride cushioning, designed for optimal cushioning to aid all types of runners. The cushioning system is featured in the midsole of the shoe, as air pockets have replaced traditional foam and are filled with small beads.

While we know that the Joyride houses hundreds, or even thousands, of rubbery, bouncy balls on the interior, YouTube channel What's Inside? has come through to detail the inner workings of the sneaker, specifically the many small beadlike balls. As you watch the video, you'll see the Joyride being cut open to reveal four sections of the shoe filled with balls. Just how many of these rubbery beads are in one Nike Joyride sneaker? You'll have to tune in to the YouTube channel to find out. You can, however, hit the comments of the on-hand video with your guess, and the winner will be given a pair of Joyrides.

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