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Nike Running shoe reviews

We run is all the shoes we test and we do not receive payments from the shoe companies.

If we are provided with a test shoe from the brands, we always say so within the review.

All reviews are completely independent.

The monster that is brand Nike sometimes gets a bad rap when it comes to technical running shoes and their credibility, but if you can cut through the huge range of lifestyle shoes and focus in on the technical range, Nike delivers a superb array technical shoes that constantly lead the industry for innovation (no surprise when you consider the research budget they have).

 

Lunar Foam, Air or React Foam all have their place in credible running shoes, so read the reviews to help you make a decision if you want more info. The whole range is enormous and incredibly complicated, but if you stick to the core running shoes made specifically for a technical market you will have no issues with any of the nike range.

Nike tend to ride soft, and plush, with amazingly comfortable uppers that feel like socks – the only thing you need to get right is the amount of support that you need, and don’t get swayed by the amazing designs that might pull you to the wrong shoes.