• Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    0/10

    The Nike Free Flyknit 4.0 is an incredibly comfortable shoe with a lightweight and flexible construction thanks in a large part to what has to be the greatest upper in any shoe I’ve had the privilage of wearing. The Flyknit upper felt like a second skins and didn’t cause the slightest discomfort on even long, rainy runs.


  • Editor rating
    7/10
    User's rating
    6.7/10

    The Nike Structure 17+ is a low-frills stability road shoe that will serve a variety of different runners



  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    8.2/10

    This trainer is the epitomic example of the Nike Lunarlon platform. It will satisfy the neutral runner looking for a healthy cushioned shoe


  • Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    7.8/10

    thirty years old and the Pegasus is still serving up reliable cushion for high mileage, everyday training


  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    7.7/10

    Free 5.0 is a shoe that has a wide appeal. It can serve as a transition shoe for someone looking to move to less shoe or as an everyday trainer for the biomechanically efficient runner


  • Editor rating
    6/10
    User's rating
    6.4/10

    The Nike Vomero 8 is a good shoe for runners who are want cushion over performance


  • Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    0/10

    A beautiful, game-changing shoe, the Nike Flyknit Lunar1+ is a combination of the best tech Nike has to offer. A running shoe that costs a lot of money, but it's worth it



  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    9/10

    The Nike LunarEclipse+ 3 provides a plush and supportive ride. It is well suited for daily training, long runs, and moderate speed work or even racing


  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    6.4/10

    The Nike Fly-Knit Racer is made from some of the highest quality materials available on the market today. It is an excellent choice for someone wanting to purchase their first racing flat, or for those wanting to start incorporating weekly speed training into their routine.


  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    10/10

    While Nike made several positive changes (lowered heel drop, improved fit and upper) the Zoom Elite +6 misses the mark as a go fast neutral trainer for mid foot or forefoot strikers


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