Nike Zoom Elite 9 Review

The Nike Zoom Elite series has a long and mostly heralded history. I first started wearing this shoe in 2004 (I think) when it was marketed as a fairly lightweight trainer at the time with just a touch of support for overpronators. After being discontinued for a few years, Nike revamped it in 2010 to […]

Nike Zoom Vomero 12 Review

The Zoom Vomero has been redesigned for 2017 while keeping the same promise of delivering soft and plush cushioning along with a responsive ride. This years version includes a redesigned upper that features bootie construction. The flymesh design has also been redesigned to improve upon an already fantastic system. The cushioning keeps many of the […]

Nike LunarEpic Low Flyknit 2 Review

The first version of the Nike LunarEpic was introduced last year. The shoe was originally released as a mid, giving it an upper that not only wrapped around your foot, but your ankle as well. When it came to running the “mid” version of the shoe ended up causing issues with rubbing and blistering. Sometime […]

Nike Free RN Flyknit 2017 Review

With an 8mm offset and 8.2 oz (Men’s 10) weight, you’re getting a fairly light shoe that tries to give you a barefoot running experience. The $120 MSRP is a pretty average price for a daily trainer, although you will probably get more mileage at the same price with other daily trainers that use more […]

Nike Pegasus 32 Review

Nike Pegasus 32 General Info The Nike Zoom Pegasus 32 remains one of Nike’s core neutral road shoes and the latest edition continues its tradition with a new upper which includes a seamless Flymesh combined with Flywire for increased comfort and fit. The Pegasus 32 is great for neutral runners who are looking for a […]

Nike Air Zoom Odyssey 2 Review

I was all over place in my opinions of this shoe throughout the 75 or so miles I’ve run in them. I have loved them, hated them, and then honed in on how they function best for me, to be able to love them again when sticking to that context. I’ll explain what I’ve found […]

Nike LunarGlide 8 Review

From the top view, these shoes looked like a standard set of Nikes, almost mimicking the upper on the LunarTempos. But the side-view on these shoes reveals a few distinct slits that leave you curious as to what Nike’s up to. It’s only when you flip the shoes over that you see what Nike was […]

Nike Pegasus 28 Running Shoes Review

Nike Pegasus+ 28 First Impression When I first opened the shoebox I wondered if I had, by mistake, opened the box of the Vomero 6 instead (Pegasus’ most expensive sister model). I might have been decived by the presence of Flywire – a technology that just a year ago was reserved to Nike’s newest and […]

Nike Zoom Pegasus 29 Review

Nike’s franchise neutral trainer, the Pegasus, is back for its 29th version. I have done a lot of training in the Pegasus 28th, and I found it to be a reliable everyday shoe, able to deliver comfort and protection over any distance. But I also found it flexible and light enough to use on tempo […]

Nike Structure 16 Review

Nike Structure 16 General Info: Nike has done a ground up overhaul for its most popular running specialty shoe, the Structure. Now 16 years deep, Nike eschews the medial post legacy of the past Structure series and debuts a wedged midsole which was first tinkered with way back in the Nike Cesium. Sporting a stripped […]