The Nike Vaporfly 4% Flyknit shoes are among the manufacturer’s finest. While they are expensive, they are certainly one of the leading names on the market for running performance. Its name is actually based on the estimated 4% running improvement they come with for the average runner. This was calculated with a scientific approach and is Nike’s promise to those who are willing to invest in the shoes.
With a premium profile, the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo is worth a look for any runner. Nike is actually very proud of the latest 35th release of the shoes. In fact, it has gone to some lengths to reach the final product. During testing, the shoes offer impressive speeds. Runners can expect the type of speed which is often associated to near own record running abilities. This has been achieved by working with elite runners in Kenya. Since Kenyans have such an impressive running tradition, there is a lot to be learned in their community.
The Nike Zoom Fly 3 running shoes offer a fresh Vaporfly perspective. The shoes are also more affordable than an alternative such as the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2, with similar performance. The higher ride height is characteristic and it’s based on the thick React cushioning as well as on the carbon fiber plate insertion.
Runners expect many things from the Nike Air Zoom Structure 22. However, it seems the series is stuck in time. The outsole and the midsole do not do justice to the shoes. Of course, the first miles are fine as everybody things break in is required. But after a few miles, runners slowly start to realize break-in is not coming. The shoes feel stiff and unresponsive at times.
Made with a lightweight upper, the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo 2 is one of the top shoes of the manufacturer. With a lighter upper and dual-density foam, the shoes are made for the avid runner. Their full potential is reached when running outdoors. It’s hard to see their full potential while running on the treadmill. Out on the track or pavements, the shoes come with the ZoomX foam, Nike’s lightest foam.