the shoe tongue was too short and occasionally slipped under the laces...aaarrgghh.... very aggravating for an expensive shoe like this. i have worn this style for several years.... this is def something new. nike trying to save money or ran out of fabric? go back... a small difference that will make me choose a difference style next time.
Nike reboot: SUCCESS
HiitToBeFit - May 01, 2019
Nike did it again. The Vomero has always been my favorite long run and marathon shoe, and when I saw the reboot I knew I had to get my hands on them. The new Vomero is lighter, sleeker, and less clunky, but still provides the same comfort and durability of the old model. I absolutely love this shoe and will keep it in rotation for future marathon cycles. 10/10 would recommend.
"like running on clouds" NO MORE
Kaeligirl - Mar 30, 2019
Vomero's used to be "like running on clouds". The new Vomero is NOT. It is sooo disappointing. I have been wearing Vomero's for years. They now feel no different than the Nike Epic or Free. For those of us with bad knees or backs and need the stability with cushion, we will have to find a new brand of shoe. Nike's new materials do not fit the bill. I used to the be that kind of runner that only ran with Nike's, but sadly, I have to start trying other brands. I am deciding whether to return these new Vomero 14's or keep them as a "back up" when the knees and back are ok.