Nike Zoom Fly Performance Review!! NIKE’S BEST RUNNING SHOE!!

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Jacob Maldonado says:

is it suitable for flat feet?

릅갓찬양 says:

is it good for basketball? for indoor

Jaylord Bielza says:

make more nike elite socks videos I really enjoy it

anand varghese pothen says:

is it okie if i buy true to size? i have a bit wide feet…

Kevin Truong says:

Out of all the Zoom Fly reviews, yours is by far the best. Covered everything. Great work!

Marcus Augustinus says:

I’m a marathoner but honestly more of a competitive 5K runner here. I have these and agree that they are now Nike’s best running shoe and are in the running for the best padded uptempo neutral running shoes currently available from any brand (that is, if you do not not need a stability shoe, because these provide zero stability/pronation support). They have a better response than other Lunerlon shoes and actually do feel like the plate in the sole helps propel you forward. I have concerns about durability and do not think they will last near as long as many other running shoes, but they are the perfect blend of cushioning, response, and light weight that you want in races to set personal bests, so if I only get a couple hundred miles from them, I’m fine with that (though I might reserve future pairs for races and speedier runs if that’s the case and they wear out very quickly).

Compared to other shoes, I’d agree that the cushioning is similar to the Adidas Ultraboost while the response is far better and less squishy, maybe closer to the regular Energy Boosts in response but with the added effect of that carbon infused plate rolling you forward (which is subtle but does take a little getting used to). Personally, I feel like the Nike LunaRacer +3s were Nike’s best racing/training shoe for years, but the toebox was too tight when they went to the LunaRacer +4s, causing me to start looking elsewhere for my performance training shoes. These fill that void left from the LunaRacer +3s and put Nike back on top. Also, I love Nike’s use of a non-padded (ultra thin) tongue in their racing shoes like these because my feet sweat too much in padded shoes as is commonly found in popular running shoes like those from Asics, Brooks, Saucony, etc. The plate in the sole and the Sub-2 attempt seemed like a marketing gimmick to me to sell these shoes, but its no gimmick. These are really great shoes for quicker middle and long distance running. Just do not expect to get much stability, structure, or pronation control from these shoes.

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Danial khan says:

Is this better than Pegasus 34?

jojobean2420 says:

What would you say about indoor agility/running? For example suicide sprints/agility ladder on a wooden gym floor. In your opinion, how do you thing the traction would be?

KhoiKO says:

Im in the market for a new running shoe. I dont like to buy a bunch of shoes. Currently use nike flynit racer for runnning. I jog and sprints and do everything in those. Would these or Ultraboost be better for me. I think ultraboost will split my ankle if i run in grass or tight turns?

MrSergio021080 says:

I m waiting for vaporfly 4% which I think will outperform this model

Danial khan says:

Should I get this one or Pegasus 34? I don’t wanna break the bank. I want something around $100-150.

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