NIKE RUNNING SHOES
Latest Nike Running Reviews
The Nike Air Zoom Vomero 15 is a shoe that never released in the USA for unknown reasons. However, it turns out they’re a really good performer. The combination of articulated Zoom Air in the forefoot and ZoomX in the heel is a winner. The trick is getting your hands on a pair. We’ll include a link below to iD4Shoes
Ever since the Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% was introduced in 2017, runners have asked Nike for a daily trainer featuring ZoomX. The requests only increased when the Nike ZoomX Vaporfly Next% came along in 2019 and Nike Air Zoom Alphafly Next% in 2020. In 2021, Nike is finally giving the the people what they want. A daily trainer with a
The Nike ZoomX Invincible Run is the long awaited debut of a daily running shoe featuring ZoomX as its primary cushion. The running community asked Nike for a daily ZoomX-packing shoe to pair with their Nike Vaporfly Next% and Nike Alphafly Next% road racing shoes. Nike is finally ready to deliver what the people want.
Our Nike Infinity Run vs Infinity Run 2 comparison highlights all the similarities and differences so you can decide if you want to buy the new Infinity Run 2 or stick with last year’s original Infinity Run.
In January of 2018, Nike introduced a new lightweight, high-cushioned foam called React. Nike promised it softest foam yet and fans hailed it as the long-awaited answer to adidas Boost. Now, the ever-expanding quiver of React shoes adds a neutral shoe with an easy slip-on. For the Nike React Phantom Run Flyknit 2, Nike scrapped the laces but kept all
The Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next% is Nike Running top of the line daily training shoe and it comes in two varieties. Flyknit and Flyease. They’re the same price and both release widely in the US on October 1, 2020 (the regular Tempo Next% is already available at Nike). Which should you buy? Our Nike Tempo Next% vs Tempo Next%
Nike Pegasus Running Shoes
I’ve run my miles and the Nike Pegasus 37 performance review is ready. Will my final judgement match my first impression? Short answer: yes and no. I used the Pegasus 37 across varied conditions and workouts. I also spoke with several other runners who purchased and in the Pegasus 37. Read on for all the details. Cushion Let’s start here
The Nike Pegasus 37 releases April 30, 2020. The Pegasus line has a great reputation and is seen as one of running’s most consistent and dependable shoes. Every year, runners look forward to the new Pegasus. They’re generally excited because Nike has a good track record improving the Pegasus line. The last 5 years have seen a ton of evolution
The Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 is now available. Last year, the 1st edition of the Pegasus Turbo won a ton of dedicated fans. Is the follow up worth your $180?