The Nike Metcon 7 is the gold standard for weight training—even tougher and more stable than previous versions. We've also added React foam that ups the comfort to keep you ready for high-intensity cardio. Plus, a tab locks down your laces so you can forget about them coming untied when you're focused on your next PR.
80e82612-4d23-4591-9981-386083ef243e - Apr 04, 2022
I have been using the Metcon 1 shoes for my workouts for several years until they were stolen out of my car a few months ago. I ordered these Metcon 7s to replace them and they are a HUGE upgrade from the 1s. My feet feel planted in all my workouts, the velcro lace strap is a nice addition, and the overall construction of this shoe is great. It is sturdy yet just flexible enough and very comfortable. I highly recommend these shoes for weight training!
61a45a35-1530-44c2-9eb6-2a6e856aa3c5 - Mar 31, 2022
So far, so good! Very comfortable compared to my other Metcons I’ve own. I think the look of other models do look better though, but the look of the 7s are not too bad. I mainly use them for training legs because it helps my balance immensely. I can only wear them when training now. I’ve gotten so custom to them. I love the front lace velcro strap from keeping the laces out-of-the-way and off the floor. The flat footbed is the best! If you haven't tried them yet I highly recommend you do now.
170a9481-3bef-419e-8d10-8dd16fc347bd - Mar 24, 2022
I received these as a gift. I loved my Metcon 5's and these seemed to be a great iteration of those upon first wear! However, I quickly found that there was a deficit in the quality of the materials as within 6-weeks of wear the top mesh had worn a hole about the size of a dime. This is incredibly unfortunate. If you are set on the Metcons, the Metcon 5's, if you can find them, are great shoes! I'd steer clear of these unless there has been improvements made on the quality/durability! I will note that Nike is usually great to deal with on a customer-service basis. I am just currently deployed in an area that is 10 hours ahead of their operations, so that stacked on this being a gift (ie no customer receipt) would make it a headache to deal with... that and APOs are not very quick about turnarounds, so I would be waiting about 4-8 weeks with no shoes, so replacing them is my best bet likely. If you are stateside, I am sure Nike will work with you expediently!