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Nike Air Zoom Terra Kiger 8

Calzado de trail running para hombre

$2,999

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El Nike Air Zoom Terra Kiger 8 es ligero y firme. Es un calzado sencillo con solo lo necesario para tener un ajuste y una sensación de seguridad. Lo diseñamos para que el pie permanezca en su sitio, de modo que mantengas la agilidad y la postura erguida incluso en terreno irregular. Además, la amortiguación suave y el diseño eficaz te dan algo más de impulso en cada paso. Póntelo y prepárate para correr por senderos enlodados.

  • Color que se muestra: Naranja trance/Espuma menta/Pizarra mineral/Negro
  • Estilo: DH0649-801

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Evaluaciones (30)

4.3 Estrellas

  • Comfortable but squeaky and slippery

    DsvidL454655251 - 15 nov 2022

    These shows are comfortable but are very slippery on wet concrete. I've had these shoes for about a month and mostly worn them around the house (no running) and the left shoe recently developed a cracking sound in the insole with every step. It sounds like I'm stepping on bubble wrap. Also, I have a narrow foot and although the heel seems to fit snugly, my there's extra width in the toe box which causes my foot to slide around on uneven ground.

  • Comfortable But Annoying

    interdev - 02 oct 2022

    I love the way these shoes look and feel, but they developed the absolute most annoying squeak after just two weeks of use.

  • Finally found the right maker

    juliov603630249 - 26 sept 2022

    I run on trails between 25 to 37 miles week and have tried many shoes from Newton BOCO 5, Salomon Ultraglide, Salomon SLAB Ultra 3 and INOV Trailfly G270, etc. It seems that all of the aforementioned shoes have a flaw to it. The Newtons break on the top mesh where my big toe ends, the Salomon Ultraglide seems to fit too snug in the front toe box and you need to size-upthe Slab doesn't have enough cushioning (it is a more technical shoe) and also is too narrow in the front toe box and finally the INOV, has an issue with the tongue which bunches up. However, I logged over 275 miles on the Nike's and they are sweet!!!! A very comfortable shoe with the perfect drop to run up-and-down hill without ever hitting your toes and the toe box width it is just perfect. Also, I have yet to get debris inside the shoe while running because it is designed to minimize the chances of having to stop to remove a piece of rock, etc. The toe box is just perfect for me. We humans have different feet anatomy and thus, it is a matter of finding which maker is better suited to your feet anatomy and running style. For me, “ Nike hit the nail on the head”.