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Nike Wildhorse 8

Men's Trail Running Shoes


Highly Rated
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Light Carbon/Cosmic Clay/Black/Light Orewood Brown
Picante Red/Dark Pony/Diffused Taupe/Sail
Khaki/Vivid Sulfur/Anthracite/Black
Summit White/Vapor Green/Light Armory Blue/Thunder Blue
Black/Spring Green/Olive Flak/White
Black/Cool Grey/White/Wolf Grey
Black/Deep Jungle/Night Maroon/Sea Glass

Hoof it from the trailhead to the top, and handle winding paths, rolling hills, tricky switchbacks and everything in between in the Nike Wildhorse 8. With an abundance of rugged traction, cushioned responsiveness and trusted containment to help keep you upright, it’s made for tough trail runs, the ones with limitless miles and gnarly terrain that are too enticing to turn down.

  • Shown: Light Carbon/Cosmic Clay/Black/Light Orewood Brown
  • Style: DR2686-006

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Reviews (84)

4.6 Stars

  • Good trail shoe

    PloddingDino - Feb 01, 2024

    My second pair. Best support on a trail shoe I have had for a while. Good on the road to the trail as well - many trail shoes are a nightmare on tarmac. However, my last pair only lasted 6m as they rip quickly at the toe knuckle.

  • Snow tires

    Rynosand - Jan 23, 2024

    I bought these trail shoes for running on snow-covered trails and they don't disappoint. I normally wear Pegasus training shoes but they don't have much in terms of tread for running on icy trails. The Wildhorse 8's tread provides traction on snowy and icy paths, and I'm a lot more confident wearing them. The Pegasus treads are for smooth surfaces; the Wildhorse 8 treads are like snow tires.

  • Comfortable but not durable. - Jan 12, 2024

    Very comfortable shoe for walks and/or trail running. More room in the toe box than other Nike shoes which is nice. I would buy another pair but the complaint that I have is durability - after just the 4th use, the mesh on the toe box where it meets the solid fabric (by the big toe) on one of the shoes ripped but I do still use it on not so intense trails.