Navigate the up and downs of uncompromising terrain with the Nike Zegama. Developed with great grip and stability, it has you covered so you can keep climbing and reach greater personal heights when the going gets grimy and gritty. Whether it's a challenging, rocky landscape going uphill or a steep, slick decline down a treacherous trail, feel confident when you decide to off-road it.
dboardman - Mar 12, 2023
I ran with Wildhorse 6 and Terra Kiger 6, 7, 8 and had a good experience overall with Nike Trail Runners. I decided to buy the Zegamas and have enjoyed the cushioning and the stability of the shoe on easy trails. However a couple of things to point out that I did not enjoy about this shoe: 1) Lots more ankle rolling on Zegamas. I believe this is because the drop is higher. This has been considerably noticeable compared to the Terra Kigers. 2) The shoe is fragile and already falling apart after 200km. Terra Kigers are some of the most durable shoes I had, however my Zegamas have considerable wear and tear on the sides. I don't think I will be able to get to 250km with these shoes, which is not what I expect when I buy a trail runner.
KostasZ576765437 - Mar 04, 2023
It's definetely a step up after a long use of the Pegasus Trail 3. Better cushion, good overall grip and it feels both tight and loose at the right places each...
Tony_C - Mar 03, 2023
Usual Nike quality. These are a slightly roomier fit around the toe box than their road shoes, which you’d expect for a trail shoe. I bought these for a forthcoming MT series that’s on hard trail and road, and so far they are great for that purpose. The cushioning make them ideal for the transition between the two. However, these are definitely NOT for soft, heavy ground! They don’t shed sticky mud very well, and because of the high stacked sole, they gather a lot of weight very quickly.