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Nike InfinityRN 4 GORE-TEX

Men's Waterproof Road Running Shoes


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Deep Jungle/Geode Teal/Total Orange/Black
Sea Glass/Blue Tint/Total Orange/Purple Ink

With supportive cushioning built for a smooth run, the Nike InfinityRN 4 is a brand-new take on a familiar favourite. It's made from our all-new Nike ReactX foam, which gives you 13% more energy return compared to Nike React foam, to help you stay fresh and bouncy. (What's more? Nike ReactX reduces its carbon footprint in a pair of midsoles by at least 43% compared with Nike React foam.*) This version has GORE-TEX fabric to help you stay dry for your miles. It's the kind of shoe that supports every step in style. *The carbon footprint of ReactX is based on a cradle-to-gate assessment reviewed by PRé Sustainability B.V. and Intertek China. Other midsole components such as airbags, plates or other foam formulations were not considered.

  • Colour Shown: Deep Jungle/Geode Teal/Total Orange/Black
  • Style: FB2204-300

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Reviews (49)

4.4 Stars

  • Hervorragend

    Karin589046121 - 31 Mar 2024

    Mega Schuh Er ist sein Preis wert ******************🌞🌞🌞🌞

  • Could’ve been great but for the laces and durability

    Sunny694073765 - 26 Mar 2024

    A potentially great but ultimately flawed pair of runners. Reviewing after getting through 100 miles in these for London Marathon training. Firstly, the waterproofing is brilliant. Have multiple times run in typical London rain and feet remain completely dry each time. The shoes are comfy and grippy (whilst the tread lasts). They lock in nicely and have enough bounce to minimise the fact that they are rather heavy. However there’s 2 major issues with these. The first being the laces. Easily the worst laces I’ve ever worn on any shoe. Regardless of type of knot/loop they find a way of coming undone. They’ve come off multiple times during a single run, most recently coming undone 6 times in a 14 mile session. Second gripe is the quality and durability of the sole. After about 60 miles of neutral running, the edges of the tread on the right shoe began noticeably wearing out to the point where there was no tread on the outer right rear of the shoe after 82 miles. So close to being the perfect rainy day running shoe but let down by a couple of basic things Nike should’ve got right.

  • kevinj951770657 - 14 Mar 2024

    I would not recommend these trainers based on my experience . Very tight fit. Feet overheating while sitting or driving not to mentioning running. Not comfortable. Never has this issue before. Sizing also appears to be off.