Nike Running Shoes Reviews

Some dismiss Nike as a marketing brand, but Nike was started by a runner (Phil Knight) and his trainer (the legendary Bill Bowermann) as a true game-changer running brand. Universal fit, the latest technologies and the help from world-class runners make Nike some of the top running shoes out there. One thing we particularly like about Nike is how daring they are in updating their shoes and constantly innovating.

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Weight
11.3 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Trail
“The Nike ZoomX Zegama will be a solution to medium length trail races for some runners while others will relegate the shoe for shorter, dry training runs. This marks the trail debut of the same bouncy...” Read expert review
Henry Howard
Ultra runner and certified running coach.
Weight
10 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike Renew Ride 3 would fail to find a spot in any serious runners rotation. It has a heavy, unforgiving ride with little toe off pop. It took a lot of energy go get this shoe moving. ” Read expert review
Elliott Dowling
Marathon Runner
Weight
9.9 oz.
Drop
6 mm.
Category
Trail
“The Nike Terra Kiger 8 follows up the overhauled seventh edition with minor updates. The new Terra Kigers still provide trail runners with a pep in their step as they navigate flat and fast trails....” Read expert review
Henry Howard
Ultra runner and certified running coach.
Weight
8.6 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike ZoomX Pegasus Turbo Next Nature is a lightweight, tempo trainer with a firm but well-cushioned ride for runs up to a full marathon. This version of the Pegasus Turbo is firmer and not as...” Read expert review
Brandon Law
Marathon Runner and Shoe Expert
Weight
99.00 oz.
Drop
99 mm.
Category
Training
“The Nike Superrep 3 is the ideal indoor class shoe for gym goers who love group exercise, or HIIT workouts. It’s seen big improvements since previous versions and looks great to boot. ” Read expert review
Sarah Dean
5k Runner, Personal Trainer
Weight
9.50 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike Zoom Fly 5 is a well-cushioned, carbon-plated training shoe suited to long, slow runs. It has excellent stability and a muted forward-tipping sensation during toe-offs. Version 5 has a more...” Read expert review
Brandon Law
Marathon Runner and Shoe Expert
Weight
8.00 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Racing
“The Nike Alphafly Next% 2 is a super shoe which was designed for narrow-footed runners and runners with high arches because it has a very narrow midfoot. It’s best suited to short, fast-paced...” Read expert review
Brandon Law
Marathon Runner and Shoe Expert
Weight
9.00 oz.
Drop
12 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike Quest 4 is a durable, do it all shoe for someone looking to get into running and doesn't know what type of shoe they like. I found the shoe to work well during easy pace runs around 4-5...” Read expert review
Elliott Dowling
Marathon Runner
Weight
10.20 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike React Infinity Run Flyknit 3 is a neutral, max-cushioned trainer that feels like a stability trainer due to its stability features which includes arch support and a plastic heel clip. It’s...” Read expert review
Brandon Law
Marathon Runner and Shoe Expert
Weight
9.70 oz.
Drop
9 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike Invincible Run Flyknit 2 is the max-cushioned trainer with the softest and bounciest ride on the market. Its ZoomX midsole has remarkable energy return and cushioning which makes it great for...” Read expert review
Brandon Law
Marathon Runner and Shoe Expert