Flexible, split-sole design is comfortable and bends with your foot’s natural flexion. Wearers are big fans of the futuristic, near-seamless design and contemporary spin on laces. Padded footbed keeps shock and impact to a minimum, including on mixed ground.
Not everyone is a fan of the lacing, citing that it’s challenging to get a good fit with them.
Versatile for numerous purposes, such as walking, training, working out and more. Sports flex-groove construction that moves with your feet and Pylon cushioning for soft, lightweight support.
Runs on the narrow side, and the arch support is lacking compared to other models, especially if your feet have high arches.
Made of seamless mesh for lightweight and flexible feel. Features a no-tongue design with comfortable foam padding for wearing with or without socks.
Consumers found that the sizes run tight, and they aren't ideal for women with wide feet. Wearing these shoes with socks magnifies this issue.
Offers lightweight mesh, flexible rubber soles, and Lunar core for optimal support and performance. Comes is several attractive color combinations.
The fit is a bit tight – especially around the toes. The soles also have the tendency to make a squeaking noise when you walk on hard surfaces.
Retooled midfoot cage cradles your foot and keeps it in the proper position for running. Constructed with breathable mesh panels to keep you cool. Traction outsole excels at gripping the ground, including slightly wet roads. Runs true to size.
Arch support could be better. Materials are somewhat rigid and need to be broken in before major running sessions.
If you’re an athlete then you’ve probably at some point worn Nike shoes. There are options for practically any sport you could think of – tennis, track, football, running, walking, and more. If you’re looking for a simple all-around shoe then you’ll probably want to get one the Nike running shoes. They have pairs that are designed for winter or summer use and with varying degrees of support. Keep in mind that you’ll want to replace your running shoes every 300 to 500 miles to make sure they’re giving you proper support. If you’ve had any troubles with foot pain while running, then look for sneakers with extra support, especially in the arches.
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