Nike Running Shoes 2016
Nike Running Shoes have long been the marketing leader for Running Shoes. Despite the companies over reliance on marketing they still actually provide a very good product.
Nike has produced a range of shoes for runners of all foot types including neutral, stability and overpronators. The company has been at the forefront of running shoe technology for many years and the shoes feature a number of technologies to keep you comfortable on your runs. This includes leading edge technology including Zoom Air Technology, Air Max Technology and Lunarlon foam. So whether you are running a 5k fun run or a marathon we’ve got the shoe for you. To help you, RunningShoo has selected some of the best shoes from Nike.
Nike Lunaracer+ 3 – Neutral
The Nike Lunaracer+ 3 a midsole containts a full-length Lunarlon to aid your transition from heel to toe. This also provides a super lightweight and responsive shoe that is perfect for racing. These Nike running shoes have an outsole that is made of BRS 1000 carbon rubber and features a waffle design to increase traction. Nike have also made a series of deep cuts in the outsole to increase flexibility. The upper of the shoe has a lightweight mesh for maximum comfort whilst also enhancing breathability. The EVA sockliner contours to the shape of your foot to provide you with more comfort and support. The Nike Lunaracer is suitable for faster runners for racing 10Ks through to marathon.
Nike Free 5.0 – Neutral
The Nike Free 5.0 is one of Nike’s lightweight shoes and features a midsole made of Phylite. The midsole of the shoe also features a Transtarsal Flex Grooves to increase the shoes flexibility and cushioning. The outsole of the shoe features Waffle lugs and the BRS Rubber to provide grip on wet surfaces. The upper of the shoe has a Flyknit construction with a seamless design to keep the foot secure. The shoe also has a moulded sockliner that provides additional cushioning and maximum comfort for longer runs. The shoe would suit faster runners for racing and tempo runs.
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus – Neutral
The classic Nike Air Zoom Pegasus remains one of the best running shoes on the market. The shoe provides a great combination of cushioning, stability and support to allow you complete your runs in complete comfort. The shoes midsole has features a full-length midsole foam called the cushion to aid the transition from heel to toe. Nike have also inserted a crash pad in the heel to reduce shock during impact and improve stability. The upper of the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus comprises an engineered mesh to keep your feet cool on runs. The overlays on the upper ensure a secure fit.
Nike Lunar Trainer 1 – Neutral
This is another of Nike’s lightweight neutral trainers that provides the runner with a lightweight and comfortable ride. This is courtesy of the Flywire technology that provides an incredible fit. The shoes midsole features the Lunarlon Technology that provides great cushioning. The midsole also allows for a fast heel to toe transition and therefore would work well for faster runs. The shoes upper has a seamless construction for maximum comfort and breathability.
Nike Lunar Glide 7 – Stability
The Nike Lunar Glide is one of the more recent additions to the LunarGlide Series. This stability shoe has a number of features to control overpronation including a dynamic support system which comprises a Phylon carrier and a Lunarlon foam core. The combination of these features helps to reduce excessive overpronation whilst providing excellent cushioning. The upper of the shoe features an engineered mesh for breathability and comfort. Support is provided by the Dynamic Flywire that encompasses the entire shoe. This ensures a snug and secure fit for you during longer runs. The shoe also has a Pressure Mapped Outsole to aid a faster and more natural transition from heel to toe.
Nike Air Zoom Structure 19 – Stability
Looking for a light and responsive stability shoe? The Nike Air Zoom provides a great combination of cushioning, responsiveness whilst also offering the necessary stability for overpronators. The shoe has a Nike Zoom Air unit in the forefoot to deliver a responsive but low-profile cushioning and is ideal for faster runs. Stability is provided by the triple-density Dynamic Support System in the midsole which helps to slow the rate of overpronation. The upper features Nike Flymesh which makes the shoe uber comfortable on longer training runs.
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