Take your mental health on the road with a running shoe made for the moments when your steps speed up to let your mind slow down. Plush, lightweight cushioning and a fit that's optimized for comfort help you stayed focused on the joy in every mile.
mary.alexander1 - Sep 07, 2022
Once on, the shoe fits okay, but the tight padded ankle area make it very hard to get on. You must loosen several laces to get it onto your foot. The laces bend and twist, making keeping them straight impossible. Love, love the color and pattern, but I wouldn't buy it again.
f65bcdfb-23c6-4b00-9c97-9e3fcb629f4b - Aug 31, 2022
Best shoes I’ve bought in a while. Forgot my sneakers while on vacation, and picked these up. They were sooo comfortable! Walked many miles in them already, and love them. Weird thing is I usually wear an 8-8.5, but bought these in a size 9. So I would say they run small, so to size up.
5e62b719-3b21-4ef7-ba16-8c28390a3a5d - Apr 25, 2022
For reference (if it helps), I'm 5'3", 110 lbs, and I run 3 times a week. I'm still debating if I should keep these Nike Renew Serenity Run shoes. I'm usually a size 7 for all my Nike shoes and for some reason they feel a little snug. However, I did just get the shoes and maybe they need breaking in for stretching. But usually for all my other Nike sneakers, I have not had to do any "breaking in" or stretching of new Nikes. They seem very durable and the look is very cute. I want to keep them just for the looks. However, the comfort is not really there. I can't see myself running in these. I can see myself using these as just casual shoes for the office (which is mostly a sit-down job). I just feel like there's no arch support. I can't pinpoint the issue, but these Nikes are just not as comfortable as all my other Nike shoes. And believe me, I own a ton of Nike shoes.