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Nike Juniper Trail 2 Next Nature

Men's Trail Running Shoes

Discounted from$85
20% off

Choose a Style Color
Wolf Grey/Pink Spell/Stadium Green/Volt
Sanddrift/Mineral Teal/Football Grey/Obsidian
Sanddrift/Sanddrift/Ale Brown/Safety Orange
Gorge Green/Deep Royal Blue/Coconut Milk/Yellow Strike

Break away from the norm and dash up that tempting trail in the Nike Juniper Trail 2. Durable material on top and tough traction on the bottom give you a consistent, confident ride for those off-road runs calling your name. It's built for earthy terrain and unbeaten paths, with reliable traction that'll help keep you on course.

  • Shown: Wolf Grey/Pink Spell/Stadium Green/Volt
  • Style: DM0822-004

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How This Was Made

  • This product was responsibly designed utilizing recycled materials from post-consumer and/or post-manufactured waste. One of our biggest steps on our journey to zero carbon and zero waste is in choosing our materials because they account for more than 70% of any product’s footprint. By reusing existing plastics, yarns, and textiles, we significantly reduce our emissions. Our goal is to use as much recycled materials as possible without compromising on performance, durability and style.
  • Learn more about our Move to Zero journey towards zero carbon and zero waste, including how we're working to design product with sustainability in mind and help protect the future of where we live and play.

Reviews (1)

5 Stars

  • AugustO876273104 - Feb 25, 2023

    These are great. From what I remember of the original Juniper Trail 1's I had, these feel much improved. This iteration definitely feels a lot more stable with a firmer (but still comfortable) midsole cushion, and a nice rubber outsole with some traction - which should be good for handling trail conditions. I also remember that in the Juniper Trail 1's, the heels bottomed out really quickly, but these feel beefed up there, and again with the firmer foam in the midsole that should mitigate that issue in this version. Materials are alright, it is a more budget trail shoe so don't expect anything too premium, but there's a thicker weave fabric and some fusing towards the outside areas to hopefully boost longevity of the shoe, and a nice breathable mesh along the tongue. Lockdown feels good - there's some midfoot cables to pull the foot down, and extra lace holes up top you can use to draw the foot into the heel of the shoe. For me it does press into my ankle bones just a bit, not painful but noticeable, however I think with time that should wear into shape - as there's good cushioning in that area. Overall feels like a solid trail shoe under $100.