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blamka1 - 15 de julio de 2021
I run 40-50 miles per week (5'7", 140lbs). Had been running exclusively in the Tempo Next %, and I purchased these for something more cushiony for my easy days. These are very comfortable to walk around in; but, within the first couple miles of my first run, I started having bad knee pain. Thought it couldn't be the shoes, so I soldiered on and even ran a few more times in them (total ~30 miles). Nope, it was the shoes. Immediately after switching back to my old Tempo Next %, the pain went away.
The perfect prescription My Medical Shoe. NIKE ZOOM X INVINCIBLE RUN FK
B R. - 13 de julio de 2021
I highly recommend this product for multiple reasons reason number one I need a hip replacement but I don’t want to have surgery and I have been delaying surgery for 16 years Until hip technology improves the shoe is powerful it gives the support I need in my feet and reduce chronic pain in my hip/feet reason number two I have a terrible back because of my hip reason number three I have a blood disorder there is no cure but there’s a cure for my feet it’s the NIKE ZOOM X INVINCIBLE RUN FK It reduces a lot of pain so I bought two of them
ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit v React Infinity Run Flyknit
JimmyRunningMan - 05 de julio de 2021
After my React Infinity Run Flyknit shoes, I was looking for a replacement and took a while to decide between the React Infinity Run Flyknit 2 or ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit. As a fan of ZoomX I decided to go with the Invincibles. So if you're in a similar situation, maybe this comparison will help: Looks: Not that it's important, but the ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit is not a pretty shoe. It looks like a modern chunky tennis shoe with too much material. This is of course very subjective, but I'm not a fan. Luckily I'm more worried about performance... It has moved that massive Infinity forefoot landing pad to the heal, so if you're looking at the pictures and wondering about that, the heal area is oversized for sure, but that seems to propel you forward with that signature ZoomX springiness. Based on looks alone, I wouldn't buy again. Upper: The Invincible locks your foot in so it doesn't move around at all. An extra lacing hole and a sock liner hold your foot in place nicely. I didn't have an issue with Infinity but reviews suggest some of you did. So to me this feels a bit claustrophobic but I'm getting used to that. I wouldn't want to wear them in hotter climates I don't think. The sock liner means there is an additional layer of fabric, and this "outer" doesn't sit flush with the liner so it doesn't keep its shape all that well/it sort of bubbles in places. The Flyknit is quite plastic-like so they don't get trashed as quickly as my Infinitys did. I'm not overly impressed with the upper - looks and construction - but they fit well out the box and are true to size. Foam and outsole: ZoomX is awesome! If you have never tried it, this might be a good opportunity to change your runs. This is the main reason I chose the Invincibles over Infinity 2 as I was looking for ZoomX in a training shoe. I have some Vaporflys for races and if I could justify the cost I would wear them for training too. It's super responsive and as I said it's back heavy so you really spring forward with every step. The waffle outsole is nice and grippy and better than the Infinity outsole for that. As for durability, I was surprised the Infinity sole lasted as well as it did, only starting to show some light wear after 400kms, so if the Invincibles last as well I'll be happy. They are already showing a tiny bit of wear after 50km so we'll have to see about that. The mass is towards the heal and the oversized forefoot Nike talks about feels smaller than the Infinity, but that's an optical illusion set off by all the junk in the trunk. It's as big as Infinity up front and now with the added Invincible out back. Basically a whole lotta sole going on with this shoe! Run quality: These are fast training shoes for serious runners, and would be very good racing shoes for anyone taking on a first half marathon or more or just getting into running and is prepared to spend the money. They are lighter than they look thankfully so once you are used to all that outsole you hardly notice they're on. Price: Sheesh... not the cheapest, but if you're comparing these two shoes you're obviously serious enough to spend a bit more than a Pegasus. They are more than React Infinity Run Flyknit 2 so if you can afford the extra 20 and you're curious, definitely give them a try. If you're on the fence and don't want to pay so much, either get the original Infinity on sale (that is a bargain!) or stick to Pegasus or similar. Injury prevention: I can't say if these prevent injuries or make it easier to go out training again the next day, but I haven't sustained any injuries with them and nor did I with Infinity. But I am lucky enough to not get too injured with any other shoes either. To buy or not to buy: I don't like the upper or the looks, but this is great running shoe. Will I get it again, I don't know. Maybe there will be another option for me in another 400kms or so and then I'll be looking for reviews like this to make the decision even harder :)