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
10.5 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Trail
“The WildHorse 6 is a well cushioned daily trail shoe that has a nice bouncy feel. The shoe is well suited for longer moderately paced runs. A lack of stability and increased weight makes this more...” Read expert review
Jim Coulson
Fast Road and Trail Runner. Career Firefighter.
Weight
9.3 oz.
Drop
4 mm.
Category
Trail
“The Nike Terra Kiger 6 is a slick, fast trail shoe that offers only mild updates from its predecessor.  That’s not a bad thing, however, as the Kiger 5 is among the best trail shoes that I...” Read expert review
Henry Howard
Ultra runner and certified running coach.
Weight
10 oz.
Drop
4 mm.
Category
Training
“The Nike Metcon 5 is a great training shoe for athletes looking to either update their old Metcons, those new to Crossfit and purchasing their first specialist shoe, or Reebok Nano fans who are...” Read expert review
Sarah Dean
5k Runner, Personal Trainer
Weight
10 oz.
Drop
4 mm.
Category
Training
“The Nike SuperRep is a great training shoe if your preferred style of workout consists of high-intensity interval training, with moves such as burpees, lateral lunges, and mountain...” Read expert review
Sarah Dean
5k Runner, Personal Trainer
Weight
10 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike React Infinity Run provides the best cushioning platform on the market with a natural feeling stability due its wider shape.  Nike uses more React foam than ever to create a soft...” Read expert review
Thomas Caughlan
Ultrarunner and 10-Year Running Shoe Tester
Weight
10 oz.
Drop
mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike Revolution 5 is a good all-round shoe that looks good and will see you well through shorter, dry weather runs and a variety of indoor gym classes and workouts.” Read expert review
Sarah Dean
5k Runner, Personal Trainer
Weight
7.2 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Lightweight
“The Nike Pegasus Turbo 2 is here to rock your workout and push you to long distance racing PRs.  The best in Nike’s foam technology doesn’t come cheap though, so it’s best appreciated...” Read expert review
Frank May
Fast Runner, Triathlete and Engineer
Weight
11 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Cushioning
“The Nike Winflo 6 is a well cushioned daily trainer that comes with notable upgrades when compared to its predecessor.  The newer styling blends in with the more elite Nike shoes, but...” Read expert review
Frank May
Fast Runner, Triathlete and Engineer
Weight
10 oz.
Drop
10 mm.
Category
Trail
“The Nike Pegasus 36 Trail is a comfortable, cushioned trail shoe that can easily handle mild trails and roads, a great option for those who tackle both surfaces in their runs.” Read expert review
Henry Howard
Ultra runner and certified running coach.
Weight
8.9 oz.
Drop
8 mm.
Category
Lightweight
“The Zoom Fly 3 is the “affordable” version of the Nike premium distance racing shoes. While this is the tier below the Vaporfly 4% and Next% shoes, the Zoom Fly 3 come with premium Nike running...” Read expert review
Andrew Leibowitz
Running Expert

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