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Get after those long runs with lightweight, responsive foam that delivers a soft feel with every step. A Flyknit upper gives your foot breathability where you need it most and secure fit you can depend on. Designed for maximum shock absorption with a wider forefoot for stability and a more curved outsole for easier heel-to-toe transitions. As one of our most tested shoes, lace up and feel the potential when your foot hits the pavement.
johnr81748239 - Oct 22, 2021
This shoe is amazing. I have a bad back(5disks) and walking any distance is a a task. These shoes are incredible for comfort and shock absorbency. Nike hit it out if the park with these as far as support goes for the feet. If you are a runner I would highly recommend these for shock absorption and to save your feet and knees. If you are a. Casual wearer, these will also fit the the bill for style.
E D. - Oct 18, 2021
I highly recommend this product. I have had knee problems from street running and this shoe if very stable and the extra research that Nike put into this shoe to prevent injury is amazing and has enabled me to run again outside, not only on a treadmill!!!
Grown to hate this shoe
daniele246205872 - Oct 15, 2021
Out of the box this shoe had everything I was looking for: plushness for those longer runs, clean design that wasn't too fussy, not overly structured to provide some freedom for my feet, breathability through the upper. However, during my runs, my left foot gets progressively more and more numb until about 2-3 miles in I have to rest for 30 or so seconds to let blood flow back into my foot. After that, I have another 2-3 miles before having to repeat. For my 10+ mile runs, this has been pretty frustrating. I originally thought this was because I needed more time to break in the shoes, but after having put some solid mileage into the pair, I have little to no faith this issue is going to resolve itself. To be clear, this is not an issue that I've experienced with my next%s or turbo 2s (RIP), so I don't think it's necessarily related to my running mechanics (perhaps the shoes exacerbate an issue that the others don't). I'm perhaps thinking the super plushness plus the ergonomics of the midsole are perhaps not good for my running style, but I really can't say. I just purchased pairs of Pegasus 38 and Zoom Fly 4 to test out and hopefully either let me wane my dependence on these or replace them outright in my running routine.