Coaches made with graphene have been presented at the University of Manchester.
The sportswear brand Inov-8 designed the shoes with scientists from the National Graphene Institute.
Tests have shown that graphene makes the rubber soles stronger and provides "durable grip," the researchers said.
Graphene, which has been hailed as a wonder material, is more resistant than a diamond, but also stretchable like rubber.
The university has already presented a graphene sports car, medical devices and a dress made of graphene.
He said he could now add sports shoes to his list of "world first."
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Dr. Aravind Vijayaraghavan, a Nanomaterials reader at the university, said that graphene was 200 times stronger than steel, despite being the thinnest material in the world.
"It is also extraordinarily flexible and can bend, twist, bend and stretch without incurring any damage.
" Graphene-enhanced rubber can flex and grip all surfaces more effectively, without rapidly wearing down, providing a reliably strong and durable grip. "
Graphene, a form of carbon, was discovered in 2004 by Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, who received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010 for their work on the material.
Michael Price, product and marketing director of Inov. 8, said: "Off-road racers and fitness athletes live in the extreme sports and need the most durable grip possible to optimize their performance."
"For too long, they have had to compromise this need to grip with the knowledge of that the rubber wears quickly.
"By using the revolutionary properties of graphene, there is no compromise."