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The Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% mixes durability with a design that helps push you towards your personal best. The result is a shoe built like a racer, but made for your everyday training routine.
Free standard delivery on orders over AED 750.
Fast shoe but expensive given lack of durability
SteveP257176915 - 24 Sep 2021
I've been coaching runners for over four decades. Some of my squad had tried these shoes and liked them so I bought a pair to compare notes. Here's what we found. They are comfortable and have good return and felt fast but after just 200 kms the sole was splitting on both of them where the pod sits because the gap there leaves them exposed to foot forces the rubber clearly can't handle in that 'vacuum'. The resultant split expanded every week and so at the price they don't represent good value unless you have very deep pockets. I thought I'd give them a second chance and buy another pair but the shop said they didn't have any men's shoes in a US 8.5 but said a women's 10 was "exactly the same" so I bought them. They are not the same - don't fall into that trap. I suspect because most women runners are lighter there is something different about the sole because they seem to have less bounce (return) than the original men's shoes I had. For speed these are good shoes but they really need to address the lacing holes (flimsy) and the durability issues. C'mon Nike - either reduce the price or fix the shoe.
A very comfy shoe and excellent cushioning for road running, though a little on the noisy side.
L Y. - 07 Sep 2021
I’ve been a fan of flyknit zoom for a couple of years now so looked forward to this new pair. Overall I love the fit and comfort of the shoe, extra padding on the heel and light in weight. In terms of running, good support and cushioning ensures little jarring as I road run. The one downside is these are noisy trainers, the front sole under the ball of the foot makes a very ‘slappy’ sound which my other zooms did not. Perhaps this will change as they wear in, but makes me feel like I’m running very flat footed which my other zoom’s don’t. Look on the bright side, others will certainly hear me coming!
Believe the Hype
1763314450 - 20 Aug 2021
Reviewing as seasoned runner who's covered every distance from 5k to 50mile ultras. I decided to try these out after being impressed with a pair of Zoom Fly 3's I bought as the go-to model of running shoe from another brand that I've used for the past 9 years have really taken a bath with the 2021 iteration - in some respects as I think the manufacturer is now trying to play catch-up with Nike innovation- These shoes are light, highly responsive, and for a 7-minute mile on an average run runner, worth 10 seconds a mile at cruising pace without noticing it. They look and feel (to hold) a little disconcerting as it just doesn't feel like they have the structure there to support, well, anything - but they're extremely comfortable and offer much more support than I expected. The rebound is noticable in a favourable way and it just feels as though you're putting less in to go further and faster. My one concern is that they might only be a dry miles shoe; how they'll hold up to a daily 50 miles a week in winter is something I'll only find out in a few months' time, but geez, they're still a great shoe. I've been raving on about them to wife about them so much it ended up in me getting a pair for her too. Size wise I'd say they come up a touch small; if you generally order running shoes a hald size over your normal size they'll be just about OK (like mine), but it you don't usually do that, definitely do it with these. Will be buying more :)