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Nike Zoom Structure 18 | First Look

October 1st, 2014

At a Glance:

  • Weight: Men’s 10.1 oz (size 9), Women’s 9.2 oz (9.2)
  • Stack Height: 27mm (heel), 18mm (forefoot) – Drop: 9mm
  • Tri-density Dynamic Support adapts to varied levels of overpronation
  • New Zoom Air cushioning dissipates shock in forefoot
  • Flymesh Upper provides exceptional flexibility and durability
  • Competing Shoes: ASICS 2000 3, Saucony Guide 8, Brooks Ravenna 5

Gone are the days when substantial support and speed were impossible to reconcile in running shoe designs. Technology has progressed to the point where many shoes are managing to successfully correct overpronation while staying adaptive and quick. The Nike Structure 18 is an example of a shoe that’s leading the pack due to significant updates to the Dynamic Support, Zoom Air, and Flymesh upper materials. This shoe definitely warrants some attention so let’s take a deeper look.

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The 2009 Running Event

November 17th, 2009

The Running Event is the annual expo where all the major vendors and the running specialty retailers who sell their products meet see what’s new and catch up. It’s one of the few chance for running specialty accounts to see all the major players together in one location. The Running Event allows all of us to cover a great deal of ground in a short period of time. This year’s event was held in Austin TX and it was the 3rd time I’ve attended.

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