The Best Nike Running Shoes of 2020

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Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% Flyknit
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The Nike Air Zoom Tempo NEXT% Flyknit is a very good, comfortable, and versatile high-stack trainer with a nylon plate.
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Nike Pegasus Trail 2
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2 months ago

Nike Pegasus Trail 2

$233.85
The Nike Pegasus Trail 2 is a very good versatile trail shoe with comfortable and responsive cushioning.
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Nike Air Zoom Winflo 6
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3 months ago

Nike Air Zoom Winflo 6

$58.51
The Nike Air Zoom Winflo 6 is a comfortable stability road shoe with a stylish design.
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Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37
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3 months ago

Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37

$119.95
The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 37 is the ultimate versatile shoe with comfortable, slightly firm cushioning.
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Nike Air Zoom Terra Kiger 6
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3 months ago

Nike Air Zoom Terra Kiger 6

$129.95
The Nike Zoom Terra Kiger 6 is a lightweight trail running shoe with moderate and responsive cushioning.
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Nike Revolution 5
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3 months ago

Nike Revolution 5

$72.10
The Nike Revolution 5 is a comfortable entry-level road running shoe.
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Nike, a running brand at the forefront of technology

The famous American brand with the distinctive Swoosh based in Beaverton, Oregon, needs no introduction. Although it became a worldwide sensation with its Air Max lifestyle sneakers, Nike has its roots in running. It all began in 1972 with the release of the Nike Cortez, a leather running shoe with high stack cushioning and a notable drop. This emblematic model of the brand (popularized notably with the film Forrest Gump) has since become a fashion icon within the Nike collection, but others have taken over.

Nike stands out from the competition through its investment in scientific research, symbolized by its laboratory: Nike Explore Team Sport Research Lab. Many of its flagship technologies were born there like, for example:

  • Air: in 1977, the brand had the brilliant idea of adding a pocket of pressurized air to the sole of its shoes. The rest is history. Air has equipped many models since then, from running shoes to sneakers.
  • Lunarlon: a cushioning system in the midsole made of two foams of different densities. Lunarlon is thus supposed to offer a soft, reactive, and light running feeling.
  • Flyknit: lightweight, abrasion-resistant knit woven in such a way as to keep the foot secure while optimizing airflow inside the shoe while running. The result is a light upper with a sleek design that often features a blend of gradient colors.
  • Flywire: filaments that imitate the principle of a suspension bridge. They improve foot support and even out the pressure of the laces around the foot.
  • Zoom: latest generation cushioning technology inspired by aerospace, Zoom was developed especially for the Breaking 2 project that aimed to run a marathon in less than two hours. Zoom is a light, soft, and hyper-reactive foam with an 85% energy return according to Nike. The Zoom Vaporfly were the first shoes to be equipped with Zoom foam. In 2018, Nike launched a new version of its foam with the Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo: ZoomX.

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