Has a Flyknit upper and Flywire cables for both support and comfort. Integrates Free mid-sole and hexagonal flex groves for responsive movement. Boasts an impressive amount of stylish color combinations.
The material is on the thin side, but its ruggedness and breathability justifies this concern.
Durable- combines suede, leather and Nubuck in a handsome low-profile style. Has sock-liner padding and low-cut design for a flexible and comfortable fit. Looks good with everyday wear.
They have the tendency to make your feet hot, and they run on the small side. They also aren't ideal for running or exercising.
Made of both mesh and synthetic leather for optimal air flow and dependable support. Tongue and collar are padded for extra comfort, and the no-sew construction reduces skin chafing.
Some testers found that they feel a bit tight, especially around the mid-section of the foot- you may have to choose a half-size larger.
Stands out for sporting Nike's Shox 4-column heel support. Also combines stable leather and synthetic materials and thick foot bed padding for optimal running support.
Our testers found these shoes to be somewhat stiff until you break them in, and they run narrow in size.
Combines Nike's Air Max construction known for sturdy support with mesh panels for flexible breathability. Sports waffle and herringbone sole for superb traction.
The heel padding doesn't feel very thick, and the shoes require a break-in period for maximum comfort. Sizes also run small.
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