The Nike Free Metcon 4 combines flexibility with stability to help you get the most out of your training program. Updated "chain-link" mesh cools and flexes as you speed through agility drills, while support at the midfoot and heel braces you for your heaviest sets in the weight room.
Jamie291763233 - Jan 17, 2023
I’ve been wearing these for 2 weeks now to workout in boot camps which are circuit training classes, I also wear them to do weight training and cardio. I agree with others they do fit smaller so I went up a half size but that’s also true with Hirachi’s which these are similar. Love them enough that I just purchased a second pair!
Eve892226994 - Jan 13, 2023
I had been eyeing these shoes for a while and finally decided to buy them. Some reviews said they run small, so I went to a local shoe store to try out the fit. I've been wearing Nike shoes for almost two decades and I have been a solid size 8.5 in Nike's women, but had to size up to a 9. The primary purpose of these shoes are for working out, which mainly consists of circuit training and some cardio. I noticed a huge difference in the stability compared to my NMDs. They're more lightweight and provides better stability for pivoting, balancing, and weightlifting. My trainers noticed a difference in my stance as well. I've had these shoes for about a month now but I've worn them to work out about 4 times a week. They're holding up well so far and I love the style. I would recommend for working out but not sure how they are for all day comfort or long runs.
JoanneP589798844 - Jan 13, 2023
too tight to put my feet into the shoes. not for the wide feet