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Nike Zoom Structure 18 | First Look

Posted on October 1, 2014 in Running Shoes

Introducing the new Nike Zoom Strcuture 18

At a Glance: Weight: Men’s 10.1 oz (size 9.0), Women’s 9.2 oz (size 8.0) 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, […]

Shoe Review: Nike Zoom Pegasus 31

Posted on July 18, 2014 in Running Shoes

The Pegasus series has become a favorite of many runners over the years and the legacy continues with the recent release of the Zoom Pegasus 31. (Check out RW’s first look at the Pegasus 31 from May here.) The Pegasus is traditionally known to be a neutral daily trainer suitable for long distances, but in […]

Nike Zoom Air – What Is It?

Posted on April 3, 2013 in Running Shoes

Cross Section of Heel Zoom Air Unit

Air is to Nike what DNA is to Brooks, Gel is to Asics, Grid is to Saucony, and the Wave Plate is to Mizuno. When it was released in the 1979 (in the Tailwind), Air technology made Nike a powerhouse in running footwear. Since then, the company has introduced several updates to Air, with the […]


Nike Structure Triax+ 14 Early Report

Posted on March 26, 2010 in Running Shoes

Coming out December 2010, the Nike Structure Triax 14+ continues along the path of its predecessors. Using the same tooling as the Structure Triax+ 13, which means the midsole has not changed (still uses Zoom Air for added cushioning), the latest version makes minor tweaks to the upper. Since the ride quality of the 13 […]


Nike Footwear Summer 2010

Posted on September 23, 2009 in Running Shoes

Nike is one of the few running brands that still offers four footwear introductions each year; Spring, Summer, Fall and Holiday.  The biggest introductions are usually saved for Spring and Fall, with Holiday and Summer having a smaller number of updates. For Summer 2010, Nike continues to experiment and expand models that make up two […]

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