Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe

Men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3

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Men's NIKE AIR ZOOM VOMERO+ 3 :: The men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 is the ultimate cushioned running shoe, now smoother and more responsive thanks to the new gender-specific crash pad, deeper forefoot flex grooves, and lower midsole height. Nike + ready. 11.5 ounces Get your Nike+ sensor now

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NEUTRAL+ [?]
If you have a high arch, are a high-mileage runner, or want the maximum amount of cushioning, Neutral+ is your shoe style. Enjoy a smooth ride with enhanced cushioning and reduced impact with improved shock absorption. If pronation is not a problem then choose Neutral+ shoes. When choosing running shoes, find your perfect fit using this chart. Category types are based on factors like arch height, running habits and body frame.

Specifications:

  • Predecessor Product Type:  Air Zoom Vomero+ 2
  • Shock Absorption: Heel and Forefoot|Air-Sole|
  • Toebox Width: Wide
  • Shoe Construction: STROEBEL
  • Midsole Material: Compression Molded EVA|
  • Outsole Material: Carbon Rubber|
  • Upper Material: Mesh W/Synthetic Leather Trim|Seamless Welded Overlays|
  • Country of Origin: China

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4.0

Great shoe!

By alpacadoc

from idaho

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Breathable
  • Comfortable
  • Durable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Road Running

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I run between 20 and 30 miles per week, and I love this shoe. Very durable, this shoe takes lots of abuse from weather and road conditions and doesn't break down or get floppy. No complaints at all!

    • Sizing:
    • Feels true to size
    • Width:
    • Feels true to width
    • Arch Type:
    • Average Arch
     
    5.0

    The Vomero is the best ...

    By Micah Boyett

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    The Vomero is the best road shoe I have run in a long time and i have been running since 1987. I like a shoe for the road that absorbs as much impact as possible. (Shouldn't everybody that is the knock against running is impact)I had the original Vomero and they were great but wore out a little to quick. I do not use these for the trails I use a standard Pegasus for this duty because it is a little more stiff with good waffle cone traction. I am so happy to have 2 shoes that I can count on to be spot on for me thanks Nike. 5'11" 165-170.

     
    1.0

    6' 175# averaging 25 ...

    By Martin/T

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    6' 175# averaging 25 miles per week. I noticed that they were "squishy" right away. Did not pay attention to that, mistake. Ended up with plantar facaitis and have only run 30 miles in the last 3 months. I have always run in Nike shoes, however this was my first (and last) vomero.

     
    5.0

    Buying my fifth pair. ...

    By yo G!

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Buying my fifth pair. 6'0, 200 lb runner with 8 marathons. Tried many many shoes in 29 years of runnning the Zoom 3 are my favorite. Nike- please keep the shoe around and keep lowering the price.

     
    5.0

    Ran the frederick half ...

    By j-hole

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Ran the frederick half marathon with only about 20 miles on the shoes. I was dealing with some pretty painful shin splints and going to PT for about two weeks prior to the race. These shoes preformed like champs! No pain in the shins. Starting training for the chicago marathon next week. will probably end up in the v4 by then! Awsome shoe.

     
    5.0

    I have ran three ...

    By Dave

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I have ran three marathons in the Nike Air Zoom 3, and I am 5-11, 165 lbs. This was a great show for a high mile runner, to bad they always get rid of the show I fall for.

     
    5.0

    I love my shoes so much. ...

    By Pam

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I love my shoes so much. They're so comfortable. They make me want to jump up and down - like there's springs under my forefoot. When I first got them I didn't want to take them off and considered sleeping in them - that's how much I liked them. I've been telling all my friends and family they should buy a pair.

     
    5.0

    On my second pair of ...

    By kwgthacher

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    On my second pair of Vomero +3 's - they are durable, comfortable and are just right for netural, small - medium frame runners.

     
    1.0

    Wow, can't believe how ...

    By Daniel Yi

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Wow, can't believe how much pain these shoes caused me, not to mention the time off I now have to take to heal my injury.
    The Vomero's were to soft (sloppy) for me and led to pain in my right knee, ankle, and left achilles after about 50miles. Thanks to RRS's great return policy, I took 'em back and traded them for the Mizuno Waverunner 12's. Wow! What a difference. Like night and day. My knee and ankle pains disappeared overnight. Unfortunately, I'm still trying to heal my left achilles afraid that it might turn into a full blown case of tendinitis.
    I swore off Nike's about 10yrs. ago and regret ever giving 'em another chance.
    These might be good for lighter runners? I can't explain the extremes in reviews.
    FYI- 6', 200lbs, neutral gait

     
    5.0

    I purchased my +3 last ...

    By Glenn

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I purchased my +3 last last June and used them to train for the Lakefront Marathon in Milwaukee, WI. a lot of miles on this pair of shoes. I only run in one pair. Great shoe (better that the +2). Flexible, light and great cushioning. The shoe held up to marathon training 70+ miles/ wk. These will be may backups, I just ordered another +3 pair. Next, compare the +3s to the +4 model.

     
    5.0

    I found it to be soft and ...

    By cdaverun

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I found it to be soft and light. I use them for tempo runs and mostly on roads. I opt for other shoes to run on trails. I'm 6-2, 170 lbs. and they feel very comfortable. I would order them again.

     
    5.0

    I used to use the Saucony ...

    By Ozz

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I used to use the Saucony trigon ride, but I always wanted a shoe with with a thicker sole and hadn't found one until now. Best show I have ever had. Hold up well.

     
    5.0

    Great shoes 450+ miles on ...

    By Josh

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Great shoes 450+ miles on first pair and working in my second pair. 6'1 195 lbs

     
    5.0

    I have ran in two ...

    By michael

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I have ran in two different pairs of these and had achilles tendon prpblem alot of people have complaned about also.But with me after stretching and using the stick rolling the knot out of the muscle about 40 to 60 miles after.That this shoe was really great.Yet i had a pair that i wore to work and broke down very quickly that i had to send back to nike 4 inspection.I think it just depends on what day of the week a shoe is made on just like a car.

     
    3.0

    At first it was true ...

    By V-Pol

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    At first it was true love. They felt like marshmallows on my feet. I really liked the cushioning. After about a month of running 20 miles/week my achilles tendons were killing me. I am 6'0 and 195 lbs. I rested, iced and saw the doctor. I went back to running in them again and the tendonitis came right back. After a repeat of medical treatment, I began running in my trusty Saucony ProGrid Triumph 5's. No return of the malady. Again a comfortable and great cushioned shoe, but they hurt me.

     
    5.0

    I'm 6'5", 195 pounds. ...

    By Steve

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I'm 6'5", 195 pounds. I've run in many different shoes and generally try a new brand with every purchase. Once I tried these, I've decided to stay with it. It is very cushioned and lightweight. I've gotten 300 miles out of the shoes.

     
    4.0

    I've wearing the Vomeros ...

    By TrevorB

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I've wearing the Vomeros since the original NIK912. Great fit and fell, the Vomero continues to reign as the Lightest most cushione Neutral shoe on the market. I prefer a snugger fit in the mid foot and toe box but, these held up very well in last year's Rock and Roll Marathon. No hot spots or blistering of any kind. They do allow room for an aftermarket insole as I tend to be a late stage pronator and a stability shoe is just too stiff and not as cushioned. Great job again Nike.

     
    5.0

    Hey BK the shoes are not ...

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Hey BK the shoes are not your prolem from stiff muscles its called not stretching!

     
    4.0

    When I bought these I ...

    By BK

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    When I bought these I they were so comfortable and I had high hopes for them. They still are the most comfortable running shoes I own. After 50 miles of running my knees started hurting. Ended up with chondromalcia and not being able to run at all. After months of not running and physical therapy I started running again only to experience more knee pain. Doctor found a pocket of fluid in my knee as well as super tight muscles and itoialband. I have no doubt these shoes are the cause of my knee problems.

     
    5.0

    Novice runner turned to ...

    By Derek

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Novice runner turned to serious runner. I've put about 400 miles on my first pair in about 4 months. My longest run was a half marathon and I've never had any foot pain. The shoes have held up very well, but I'm ordering a second and third pair to prepare for a relay race and Seattle Marathon.

     
    4.0

    Overall satisfied w/ the ...

    By Speed

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Overall satisfied w/ the shoes. Excellent cushion both heel/forefoot. Keeps the feet dry very well after 10+ miles into the run. Better heel support than the forefoot support. Fits well.

     
    4.0

    It's a luxurious feeling ...

    By tommy

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    It's a luxurious feeling shoe with a generous fit. I'd try my normal shoe size first with this shoe. I'd call the cushioning on the soft and bouncy side. Too soft and bouncy. I also had achilles issues with this shoe and my forefoot ached after a run. Here's a heads up for any runners, and RRS, who miss the old Supernova Cushions - models 1 thru 4 - try the Reebok Verona. Adidas now owns Reebok and I could swear the Veronas' midsole is the same as the old Supernovas. Same ride, same protection from the road and even better fit. And it's $55 less than the Vomeros.

     
    5.0

    Great shoes (for me). ...

    By Old Guy

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Great shoes (for me). They have a nice blend of cushioning and stability, something I have not found in other shoes. Durability has been excellent (500+ miles for the first pair)

     
    2.0

    Loved the plushness and ...

    By Adam

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Loved the plushness and fit of the Vomero's when I put them on. After about 20 miles started to notice a pain in my left achilles. I've never felt this kind of pain with any of the previous running shoes that I've bought. Ended up returning these and continue to run in my Pegasus.

     
    1.0

    I'm a 6'0" 180 lb. heel ...

    By Scott

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I'm a 6'0" 180 lb. heel striker and was so excited the first time I tried these shoes on. They fit great and there's so much cushioning.My excitement quickly turned to frustration and disappointment.I've run in these shoe's about six times trying to transition from my Saucony Triumph's and each time my run has been marred by calf and knee pain. They feel unresponsive and quickly tire my legs. I won't run in them again.

     
    5.0

    I'm 175 lbs, run 20-40 ...

    By EL-X

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I'm 175 lbs, run 20-40 miles a week and I've tried a million different shoes-brands but the Nike Vomero saved my running life!!! My form is all over the place, speed, gait, strides and the Vomero does it all...I'm training for Tokyo in March and I'm ready thanks to this shoe. No sliding, rough impact, hot spots, blisters or burning. I just bought my third pair...I'm stockpiling in case they decide to change the design!

     
    5.0

    I've ran 2 marathons in ...

    By Vince

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    I've ran 2 marathons in one pair. No problems. Just bought my third pair. Admit the V2 is slightly better, but the V3 ain't bad.

     
    1.0

    In my 30 years of running ...

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    In my 30 years of running these were probably my favorite running shoe of all time until I got achilles pain on a 17 mile training run. Now I have been struggling with the pain for the last two months. Only had about 150 miles on them. 6'2", 200lbs high arch neutral runner. Probably too heavy for these shoes/

     
    5.0

    Nice! Chocolate for the ...

    By Matt

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    Nice! Chocolate for the feet.

     
    3.0

    5ft9, 150 pounds, 50-60 ...

    By Del Rey Runner

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Mens Nike Air Zoom Vomero+ 3 Running Shoe:

    5ft9, 150 pounds, 50-60 mils per week. Add me to the list of people that developed unexpected achilles pain. These are good shoes but Nike seem to have done something to the Vomero 3 that causes the area from the achilles to the calf to stretch a little more than it should. I also developed arch pain. I know these injuried are related. I am in the middle of training for Boston and won't risk buying these again or the Vomero 4 when it's released. Honestly, i think Nike has dropped the ball when it comes to running (in favor of golf and basketball). Mizuno, Asics and New Balance seem to actually care about running. I will switch to the Asics gel trainers.

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    Thu, March 26,2009:
    Best running shoes I've ever owned. Terrific cushioning, light weight, very comfortable. I run about 5 miles/day 6 days a week. It did take me about two days to break them in a little...but after that...nothing but silk!
    33.    Dan rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, March 25,2009:
    180lb+ runner. These shoes are the best. Have tried many other brands of cushioning shoes, however nothing beats the cushion and comfort of these vomero's. Have had shin split problems with other brands, but the soft landing in these finally have relieved all my shin pain. These are a great buy, as you can't find these any cheaper in the store.
    34.    Scott rated this product 4 stars
    Sun, March 22,2009:
    (6'0"/175 lbs) Excellent shoe, though it didn't last as long as I'd like. Cushioning like nothing I've ever had. Buying my second pair.
    35.    tony chedraui rated this product 4 stars
    Fri, March 20,2009:
    im happy with my vomeros, they finish my kness pain, nice for long distances and my weigth (over 180).
    36.    Ron Bero rated this product 3 stars
    Thu, March 19,2009:
    Ultra runner / middle aged / run about 70 MPW. What happened to the old ones. They were my speed workout shoes (mile repeats etc). I kept these new ones for my regular training runs. I guess I can just quit doing speed workouts !!
    37.    Adam rated this product 2 stars
    Tue, March 17,2009:
    Loved the plushness and fit of the Vomero's when I put them on. After about 20 miles started to notice a pain in my left achilles. I've never felt this kind of pain with any of the previous running shoes that I've bought. Ended up returning these and continue to run in my Pegasus.
    38.    Ciro-Italy rated this product 4 stars
    Mon, March 16,2009:
    I run usually. 40-45 miles. for week, I'm a half marathon runner (1h 35 m) .well. I usually. run a long distance like a half marathon with a Vomero 3 ... are a really good . shoes. I was afred that was heavy and I must be honest are not so light.. as Asics or Mizuno.. but are . great mix...
    39.    Del Rey Runner rated this product 3 stars
    Mon, March 16,2009:
    5ft9, 150 pounds, 50-60 mils per week. Add me to the list of people that developed unexpected achilles pain. These are good shoes but Nike seem to have done something to the Vomero 3 that causes the area from the achilles to the calf to stretch a little more than it should. I also developed arch pain. I know these injuried are related. I am in the middle of training for Boston and won't risk buying these again or the Vomero 4 when it's released. Honestly, i think Nike has dropped the ball when it comes to running (in favor of golf and basketball). Mizuno, Asics and New Balance seem to actually care about running. I will switch to the Asics gel trainers.
    40.    torre rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, March 16,2009:
    David - Vomero 4 due out in April with slight change to midsole. david
    41.    David rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, March 14,2009:
    I run about 15-20 miles per week and love them. Switched from Saucony Triumph 6. Does anyone know if they are discontinuing these?
    42.    Bruce (6' 180 LBs) rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, March 14,2009:
    This is the best shoe I have ever had for training. I average 30+ miles a week. I plan on racing in them next month and will provide a follow-up review. The cushioning is very nice especially since I run three days a week; hence my workouts are pretty intense. Like others in this review I will most likely buy several pair before they change the design. Well done!
    43.    Chris rated this product 5 stars
    Fri, March 13,2009:
    I really enjoy this shoe. I've bought 3 pair to stock up, since I know they'll change the model. I alternate days running in these and Asics Gel-Nimbus 10. I've found that combination to be great for my feet. No problems at all--just a great ride.
    44.    Dan (6'1" 200lbs) rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, March 07,2009:
    I have to give this shoe five stars. The cushioned ride is remarkable and a small bout with shin splints has basically gone away thanks to the impact these shoes absorb. Prior shoes were the Saucony triumph 5's which is in the same category of shoe(neutral+) but have nowhere near the smooth ride the Vomero 3 offers. Did I mention these are very light weight as well, and one more bit of praise, take the Vomero's off after a long hard run and you will find your feet are virtually dry, not so with other shoes such as the Triumph 5's If I had to nit pick the toe box is very generous and perhaps just a little to much so, but only just. Also, beware this is not the most responsive shoe, if that's your thing. A great effort from Nike.
    45.    kbd rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, March 01,2009:
    New runner, under pronator. These shoes were recommended to me by the customer service rep at RR Sports. I paid the premium price for them then. I think they are excellent shoes for those who need a lot of cushioning. I also tried the Asics Gel Nimbus 10s, the new Under Armor cushioned shoe and the Saucony Rides. The Nike Vomero III's won. I did have some of the achiles problems, but only for a short period of time.
    46.    Old Guy rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, February 25,2009:
    Great shoes (for me). They have a nice blend of cushioning and stability, something I have not found in other shoes. Durability has been excellent (500+ miles for the first pair)
    47.    JWS rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, February 24,2009:
    I've always been a Nike man. The Vomero III is the best running shoe I've ever had. Excellent cushioning both in the heal and forefoot. The weight is good also for a highly cushioned shoe.
    48.    Greg rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, February 22,2009:
    Plenty of cushion, yet still stable. I'm a moderate pronater @ 170 lbs, and can certainly understand why others don't care for extra bounce. Former shoe was Asics Kayano 13, and I have switched for good.
    49.    Chip rated this product 2 stars
    Sun, February 22,2009:
    I have run in several pairs of Vomero 2's and loved them. I bought the 3's -- but like many others in here, wound up with problems around my left achilles (actually it's my peroneal tendon, outside my left ankle). Can someone tell us what is going on with all of the ankle/tendon issues that this shoe seems to cause? I'm returning my second and third pairs and won't run in them again.
    50.    Rapid Isitt rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, February 18,2009:
    Incredible shoe. Total absorbtion of shock like no other shoe I've worn. So much easier on my back and knees. Not a competitive shoe and so very soft but for training it is a life saver for those of us who have run thousands of miles and need a bit more cushion. This more than provide it. Truly a lifesaver for this lifelong runner (competive runner in high school and college and currently coach XC in a high school).
    51.    EL-X rated this product 5 stars
    Thu, February 12,2009:
    I'm 175 lbs, run 20-40 miles a week and I've tried a million different shoes-brands but the Nike Vomero saved my running life!!! My form is all over the place, speed, gait, strides and the Vomero does it all...I'm training for Tokyo in March and I'm ready thanks to this shoe. No sliding, rough impact, hot spots, blisters or burning. I just bought my third pair...I'm stockpiling in case they decide to change the design!
    52.    Kyle rated this product 3 stars
    Tue, February 10,2009:
    i am a severe under pronator. These shoes came at the recommendation of a Road Runner CS agent, who had great knowledge that was immensely appreciated. However, I am 22 miles into these shoes and the shin pain that I thought my Saucony Rides were causing has not gone away. In addition, I feel some strain in the left achiles starting to appear. I am a heavy runner at 5'6 185lbs. I know my weight is causing some of the issues, but that is why I am running, but I am having a hard time finding a good neutral + shoe.
    53.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
    Sun, February 08,2009:
    Liked the early feel due to cushioning and fit but was quickly disappointed. Like many developed significant Achilles pain which only now, 6 months later, seems to be subsiding. Can not recommend for serious runners
    54.    Keith rated this product 2 stars
    Sat, February 07,2009:
    I ran well in these shoes but later on I developed some arch pain. Nice and soft on the run, felt good. But I guess too soft due to the arch issue after the run. Too bad, I really liked the softness.
    55.    Bruce rated this product 2 stars
    Tue, February 03,2009:
    I had an original pair of vomeros and loved them. They wore out and I bought these. I think the heels are too soft or too low - I've changed intersoles and added heal lifts in several combinations and I am finally getting shoes to be OK. I will stick with Nikes, but not these again.
    56.    headlock rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, February 02,2009:
    I'm a 135 lb 3:15 marathoner - chronic knee pain from too many knee surgeries forced me into this shoe from a long time Asics DS Trainer wearer. At the reccommendation of store owner tried this shoe and definately feels funny at first with so much cusioning. Has all but eliminated aches and pains in knees on longer runs. I will agree with what has already been said though, it is a bit sloppy. For my situation, a neutral, light runner with bad joints, it has been a life saver.
    57.    Mark rated this product 3 stars
    Sun, February 01,2009:
    I loved these shoes - bought several pairs and rotated them every day. After a couple months I started to get heel and foot pain that I never had before. I started to rotate w different shoes and the pain resolved. I note from other reviews that I am not the only one to experience heel or achiles problems w these shoes - a shame because they are great for cushioning and comfort otherwise.
    58.    Rick rated this product 5 stars
    Thu, January 29,2009:
    I love this shoe. It has such great cushion to it. I have 2 bad knees and almost had to give up running. I am a short distance runner with a neutral/mild overpronating foot. I am 5ft 11, 190lbs. These shoes really are the most forgiving I have run in. I have had Asics Kayano, Gel Nimbus, Nike, Adidas and Saucony triumph and these are the best thus far for what I need.
    59.    Pete rated this product 3 stars
    Mon, January 26,2009:
    Have run in vomero 1's, 2's and 3's. Loved the 1's, bought 5 pair of the 2's loved them. Just started running in 3's have sore left hamstring issue and sore left achilles pain I've never had before. Run probably 15-20 miles in the 3's and very disappointed in the 3's. Unfortunately, the 2's are nowhere to be found. Have run 4 marathons in the 1's and 2's.
    60.    D-Rod rated this product 3 stars
    Mon, January 26,2009:
    6ft, 186 lbs, high arches. I've been running on Vomeros from the 1st to the 3s for about 4 years now. 1st were a bit too narros, 2s perfect and 3s too bouncy. The feel unstable and I also started getting all the issues that people here already mentioned: achilles problems, shin splints and even the right foot numbness. I hope Nike re-evaluates this and fix them on the next version. In the meantime, I moved on the Mizuno Wave Riders 12, and even thought I just PRed on my last race wearing Mizunos, I miss my Vomeros :(
    61.    mike b rated this product 5 stars
    Fri, January 23,2009:
    5'10 174 lbs,review after 1st 7 mile run.At first thought that they would be bouncy like the 2nd version but after i got in they are great.They are just like they said very responsive and flexible!I love that they are very light and have that marshmellow cushion.Severly underpronate in one foot so i roll in more on the other.One ball of foot lands really hard and most shoes insoles just dont hold up.But the v2,v3 and Nike air max moto 5s are the ones for me im glad im and stocked up!
    62.    michael rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, January 21,2009:
    I like that the shoe is wide without being a 2e or 4e width.The insoles are exactly the same in this shoe as the 2e in the v2.I hate having a high arched very wide foot because its hard to find shoes that have alot of forefoot cushion these days cause companies are going to lighter designs and less CUSHION!These seem to be less bouncy than the v2s and i loved the 1st version but couldnt wear them because of a narrow toe box and no wide widths
    63.    Tommy rated this product 4 stars
    Tue, January 20,2009:
    Regarding the achilles problem some runners are having with this shoe. It's the highly decoupled crash pad that's causing instabity in the heel. I'm a 6'0 ft, 190 lb runner, with stiff, high arched feet and I run 30 to 35 miles per week. 20 of those miles are run in Reebok Veronas, and the rest are run in a rotation of Supernova Cushions, Nimbus, Saucony Rides and the Vomeros. Yes, I buy a lot of shoes. The Vomeros are the only shoes that give me achilles problems. Run two miles on a treadmill in a shoe that you trust and then change to the Vomeros and do another two miles. You'll notice the instability. I like the Vomeros. They have the most comfortable uppers of any shoe I've worn and they're also responsive and well cushioned. But if you're a heavier runner, buyer beware.
    64.    ARGonzalez rated this product 4 stars
    Tue, January 20,2009:
    I was given the Nike+ band for free, so I gave the Nike+ system a shot after being a dedicated Asics Nimbus runner (20-25 mi/wk). The shoe offers great cushioning. Used right out of the box for siginificant distances with solid comfort. Not too soft but still great for road running. Amazingly light. Stability is only thing keeping it from being a 5 star. The Nimbus seems to be a better fit for me without much lateral give within the shoe. There may even be too much toe room here. Nike+ system is pretty cool, but for serious runners - the system leaves more to be desired. If you want to track splits and detailed times - its not for you. But if you want a cool general timer and tracking device, calorie counter with slick and easy usability - go for it. At the end of the day - would I have spent the $ for the Nike+ band AND the shoes? Prob Not. Great shoe and I am more than pleased with my purchase, but I could be just as happy with another pair of Asics and my trusty running
    65.    ILMatt rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, January 17,2009:
    I am currently on my second pair... The first pair lasted a LONG LONG time. I still use them when I run in the rain. However, the sole is starting to show on the bottom, so they definitely are on their last legs. Expect 2000-4000 miles out of these with comfortable use though.
    66.    James rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, January 17,2009:
    A great distance & trail shoe. 170 pound runner/cyclist. Last year - Trained in the Vomero 2: trained up to marathon distance twice & then got new Vomero 3's. After a month in the Vomero 3's did a 31 miler. I was ready for the JFK 50 mile (trail/hard gravel path/road) and the shoes were awesome.
    67.    CWade rated this product 4 stars
    Tue, January 13,2009:
    The best cushioning ever! Good for short to mid distance runs for me. Started feeling too sloppy on toe off outside of 10+ mile runs! I'm 6'2 210 neutral and I love cushion! Almost 200 miles, to be expected sole wear (not excessive! These are the best I've found...goodbye Nimbus!
    68.    Lewis rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, January 13,2009:
    I have ran in all the Vomero series and liked them all. Each had a different characteristic from the other. The 1's were too narrow but the ride was out of this world. The 2's were widened but a little too much for my liking but the ride again was heavenly soft. The 3's on the other hand are just right. A nice snug fit without choking your foot and the ride has firmed up a little. Thought it is not as pillowy soft as the 1 & 2's the ride has a bit more responsiveness, although I do like the softer version of the previous models. Great job Nike and hope the 4's don't ruin what is the best running shoe in a long time IMO.
    69.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
    Fri, January 02,2009:
    In my 30 years of running these were probably my favorite running shoe of all time until I got achilles pain on a 17 mile training run. Now I have been struggling with the pain for the last two months. Only had about 150 miles on them. 6'2", 200lbs high arch neutral runner. Probably too heavy for these shoes/
    70.    J. Johnson rated this product 5 stars
    Thu, January 01,2009:
    weight 184 so best cushion shoes ever. Only ran twice so far so no comment on durability.
    71.    Matt rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, December 30,2008:
    Nice! Chocolate for the feet.
    72.    MAC rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, December 30,2008:
    I have never been a nike fan when it comes to running shoes. But I am amazed at the negative feedback. I am 5'7" and 155 pounds and a neutral runner. I love these shoes and have been running in them for well over 200 miles w no issues. I am a liitle concerned that I will have some issues in the future unless people writing the negative comments are not neutral runners. Oh well I will just stick with them and hope for the best.
    73.    BobP rated this product 3 stars
    Thu, December 18,2008:
    I'm a marathoner and loved the original Vomero but with every update they get wider and wider and are now too sloppy and unresponsive for fast times. I've since switched to the Brooks Defyance which has the great fit and responsiveness of the original Vomero, but lacks the incredible cushioning of all Vomeros. At some point I might try a narrow Vomero to see if it works better, but since that's not stocked in the shops, it makes it an inconvenience. If you have a wide foot, you will be more inclined to like this shoe.
    74.    Anonymous rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, December 15,2008:
    classic!!!.
    75.    tommy rated this product 4 stars
    Mon, December 15,2008:
    It's a luxurious feeling shoe with a generous fit. I'd try my normal shoe size first with this shoe. I'd call the cushioning on the soft and bouncy side. Too soft and bouncy. I also had achilles issues with this shoe and my forefoot ached after a run. Here's a heads up for any runners, and RRS, who miss the old Supernova Cushions - models 1 thru 4 - try the Reebok Verona. Adidas now owns Reebok and I could swear the Veronas' midsole is the same as the old Supernovas. Same ride, same protection from the road and even better fit. And it's $55 less than the Vomeros.
    76.    RookieRunner rated this product 4 stars
    Sun, December 14,2008:
    Got a pair of these at the Seattle Marathon Expo for 50 bucks. Lots of cushion and it took a few times running to get used to it. But I just ran my personal best 10k today in them. I'm divided between this shoe and the Moto+. Given the price, I would take the Moto.
    77.    AV123 rated this product 3 stars
    Thu, December 11,2008:
    One of the other reviews here stated an issue where their RIGHT small toe goes a little numb after 4 miles. The same exact thing happens to me after 2 miles. No other shoe I've worn in the past 10 years has done this. When I swap to my Asics Nimbus 9, no problem with the toe. At first I thought it may be that the right shoe was cut and sown differently...causing some sort of constriction. I returned them and got a new pair. Same exact thing at about the same 2 miles. After I stop running, the numbness goes away, even after leaving the shoes on for + 30 mins. Very strange! Aside from this, the shoe is one of the most cushioned I've owned and very comfortable. I'm hoping they break in and the numbness issue goes away, but I am doubtful on this. We'll have to see.
    78.    Bonzi rated this product 2 stars
    Thu, December 11,2008:
    After 100 miles of running in the shoe, both achilles became tender, stopped and went back to my asics, injury now settled down
    79.    David rated this product 2 stars
    Tue, December 09,2008:
    I am 6' and about 190 pounds and go about 25 miles a week. The shoes started out fine but after about two weeks my right heel/achilles started to have a twinge. It eventually went to a pain. I now use them for a casual shoe.
    80.    Andy in DC rated this product 2 stars
    Fri, December 05,2008:
    Me: 6'3", 195, 25-30 miles a week. Felt great out of the box and for the first 2-3 miles. They are just too soft and this, for me, results in making my body "act" differently. I end up with aches and pains in feet, ankles and knees, that go away in a few days time. no problem with my Asics and Saucony shoes.
    81.    Michael rated this product 3 stars
    Thu, December 04,2008:
    Super cushy ride, if you like that kind of shoe. I loved them at first, but in this shoe, after about 4 miles, I have the strange sensation of my toes going numb in my right foot (not in my left, strangely). I'm wondering if it's due to the lack of stability in this shoe, but I've never had this problem before. When I put on my Asics Kinsei shoes, the problem disappears. Anyone else experience this? It's a bummer, because the shoes are really comfortable otherwise.
    82.    Hall B rated this product 1 star
    Sun, November 30,2008:
    Waste of $120. Developed many problems with ankles, feet after 120 miles. This shoe should be taken from the market.
    83.    Vince rated this product 5 stars
    Fri, November 28,2008:
    I've ran 2 marathons in one pair. No problems. Just bought my third pair. Admit the V2 is slightly better, but the V3 ain't bad.
    84.    thovsepian rated this product 3 stars
    Wed, November 19,2008:
    LOVED the 2, bought 3 pair, they didn't last too long but great while they did. Went to the 3 last May and developed an ingrown toe on both feet. Went back to the 2 for my fourth pair and now I can't find any!
    85.    nick c rated this product 2 stars
    Tue, November 18,2008:
    they feel really comfortable BUT they caused achilles problems for me as well after about 100 miles, which took a month to get over. I've never been injured before, so now I only wear them once a week to play capture the flag/ultimate frisbee. Biggest waste of $120 ever.
    86.    bounce nike bounce rated this product 1 star
    Wed, November 12,2008:
    bounce, bounce, bounce. I am going to bounce right over to asics. this shoe drove me crazy!!!!!!
    87.    Jim rated this product 4 stars
    Wed, November 12,2008:
    Switched to these because the Nimbus 10 were terrible. The Vomero+3 have more toebox room, soft ride, and comfortable. So far so good.
    88.    Jon rated this product 2 stars
    Tue, November 11,2008:
    CAUSES ACHILLES PROBLEMS. I trained about 200 miles on my first pair of these shoes and had no problems. The cushion was great and very comfortable. Then, a week before the Marine Corps Marathon, I tweaked my achilles but it was nothing major and I just assumed the shoe had worn out. So, I purchased another pair and ran the MCM in 3:24 on them right out of the box and I was fine. Since then however, I have resumed my training and am now experiencing significant achilles pain in my right ankle. I am 6' and 190 lbs. After reading the other reviews, it is clear that this shoe causes problems for runners like me. I will never run on this shoe again. I am switching to ASICS GT-2140.
    89.    Scott rated this product 1 star
    Mon, November 10,2008:
    I'm a 6'0" 180 lb. heel striker and was so excited the first time I tried these shoes on. They fit great and there's so much cushioning.My excitement quickly turned to frustration and disappointment.I've run in these shoe's about six times trying to transition from my Saucony Triumph's and each time my run has been marred by calf and knee pain. They feel unresponsive and quickly tire my legs. I won't run in them again.
    90.    Calvin rated this product 3 stars
    Tue, November 04,2008:
    I loved the Vomero 2's; got almost 450 miles out of them and owned two pair. My 3's totally crashed at about 270 miles. I just finished my first 1/2 marathon and my Vomero 3's died somewhere in the midst leaving me with hip and foot pain. I'm a bigger runner at 6'1" 190 lbs. I'm going to switch to Asics Nimbus 10's.
    91.    Wendell rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, November 01,2008:
    I am 215, 6'3 and have been running in the Nibmus for several years, RRS reccamended this shoe, and they were right on the money, this is the first pair of Nikes for me,this is a great netural shoe. I run 3 to 6 mile two to three time a week. Very happy with this shoe
    92.    Dan rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, October 29,2008:
    I love this shoe. I started with the original Vomero, which I also loved (although it was too tight in the arch). I think Nike has steadily improved this line. Runners who need stability should not run in the shoe. This shoe is specifically designed for neutral runners who want cushioning.
    93.    clydesdale rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, October 27,2008:
    The vomero is a neutral shoe!! not a stability shoe. so of course it is not going to feel right if you need stability.The cushioning and ride of this is incredible!!! It also brought the fun back in running for this 230lb horse!!! enjoy!!!
    94.    dlangdon rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, October 27,2008:
    I ran the Boston 2008 marathon in them for the first time and surely will give theses a five star rating. the shoe is constructed to take up alot of the shock in the heel and forefoot. really great control. I'm a heel striker. I would certainly endorse this shoe........
    95.    ziggy rated this product 1 star
    Sun, October 26,2008:
    i quit wearing these 3 months ago, and im still dealing with achilles problems. i wish i would of realized that the shoes were the problem. LOVED VOMERO 2, BUT THESE STINK!!
    96.    ajay duggal rated this product 3 stars
    Thu, October 23,2008:
    strangely I also developed tendinitis like a previous reviewer? Is there a design fault?
    97.    RFB rated this product 2 stars
    Wed, October 22,2008:
    As Billy D wrote earlier, I also tried these shoes (first Nikes ever) and ended up with Achilles tendinitis. The pain started after about 110 miles in the shoe. A sports podiatrist aslo suggested that I try a stability shoe, meaning that this was not the correct shoe for me. If this shoe is the type that you truly need, then I would recommend it unless you have wide feet, like I do. The shoe comes in a D width only. I liked the cushioning and the overall performance of the shoe, except for the squeeze due to the narrow width.
    98.    Anonymous rated this product 2 stars
    Mon, October 20,2008:
    I like Vomero, but I need WIDE. This is the most comfortable shoe if I could fit into it.
    99.    MIKE rated this product 3 stars
    Mon, October 20,2008:
    why can't nike make their premium cushioning shoe in a wide width? great shoe but doesn't do me any good if i can't fit in it! i take the sole out and run. still good cushioning. more widths!
    100.    Billy D rated this product 2 stars
    Sun, October 19,2008:
    I Loved running in this shoe they felt soft and comfortable, started to get achilles injuries couldnt work out why I thought it was my age 50+ and 30 years of running, went to a sports podiatrist,suggested to change to a shoe with more stability (and I have always run in cushioned shoes and this is the only shoe that have given me achilles injuries,) changed to an asics stability shoe and the injury subsided almost immediately and then has just about dissapeared. I am only saying that these shoes were not suitable for me maybe they will work for you, but be aware they can and so others have said in this forum cause achilles injuries.
    101.    Christopher rated this product 1 star
    Wed, October 15,2008:
    I have gone through 3 pairs of the Vomero series, my first pair was the 2nd series and the next 2 were the 3 series. I fell in love with this shoe because of the first 2 pairs. The 3rd pair started out great, but after about 150 miles there is a seam inside the shoe at about the midfoot area that caused a lot of pair, brought a near season ending calf injury. I am a light runner (135 lbs, 6:15 - 6:30 pace). These shoes should have lasted much longer than that. In fact I ended up switching back to my other pair of Vomero 3's until I received my new shoes in the mail. Its almost as if Nike went cheap on these shoes because of the demand. These shoes are already incredibly expensive and they don't last.
    102.    Brent Williams rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, October 14,2008:
    Most comfortable shoe I have ever purchased.
    103.    Tim rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, October 04,2008:
    Totally awesome folks! I have 5 pairs. Looking for deal for 10 pairs. Like running on marshmellows!
    104.    Randall rated this product 2 stars
    Mon, September 29,2008:
    6'2" 165lbs, Vomero+ lost support way too fast. By 250 miles I was getting hip pain. Didn't attribute it to the shoes because they were still so new. Big mistake. Incredibly comfortable for the first 200 miles, but too expensive for such a short life.
    105.    Steve rated this product 1 star
    Mon, September 22,2008:
    Major changes--major disapointment. This is my fourth pair of the Vomero series. Three were earlier versions, I got the Vomero 3 in August...it sucks. Nike redesigned the heel strike area significantly. As a result, it wears out quickly. I'm a moderate heel-striker (7:30-8:00 mile pace) and with less than 200 miles, the heel support has collapsed and it's worn down to the sub-surface. In previous versions I've gotten at least 350-400 miles. If you're a moderate heel striker don't buy this shoe unless you want to spend another $125 bucks six weeks later.
    106.    ThunderSack rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, September 20,2008:
    6', 190 lbs, Neutral, 30 Miles/Week. Great Training Shoe... Alittle On The Soft Side But Still 5 Stars.
    107.    Michael rated this product 2 stars
    Fri, September 12,2008:
    I developed pain in my left calf muscles. Then I switched to ASICS Nimbus 10 and the pain went away.
    108.    Love the Vomero 3 rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, September 07,2008:
    I was running in the Saucony Triumph 4's with no complaints except that the cushioning diminished over time. I tried the Vomero 2's, but thought they were too squishy. So it was with a little hesitance that I tried the Vomero 3's. LOVE EM! Heal and mid foot is snug. Toe box is roomy. Plenty of cush in the heal and fore foot. Seems like they've been cut down a little and feel lighter than the 2. Wish I would have tried these on sooner. Im 64 and 210 lbs.
    109.    Lee M rated this product 2 stars
    Mon, September 01,2008:
    Initial delight turned into bitter disappointment...had run in Saucony Triumph 4's for over a year but combination of factors, including new orthotics forced me to find a new shoe. After about 100 miles I developed painful achilles pain. I wish I had read the Vomero reviews more carefully since it does not appear to be an isolated incident. Sadly I have had to abandon the shoe and now am currently seaching for a better alternative while struggling thru painful rehab.
    110.    Bart rated this product 4 stars
    Wed, August 27,2008:
    I love the Vomero 3 for longer (6-15 mi) runs. I am a 175 lb neutral runner with higher than average arches. I bought the Vomero 3s for the long runs of my marathon training. For me the Vomero is a cushy, soft-feeling shoe, that feels lightweight as well as actually being lightweight. There was a manufacturing defect that became apparent after 50 miles with my first pair (which I returned for a new pair), so far I have about 90 miles on the new pair and they are great - no issues. The Vomero is not my choice for short runs or speed work, but a good high-mileage trainer that fits like a glove. I prefer the more responsive Mizuno Wave Rider 11 for fast runs. I would never run more than 8 miles in the Wave Riders, but the Vomero is great on the long runs. It's likely that I will be a repeat buyer of the Vomeros. If it weren't for the defective first pair these guys would be five stars. Give them a shot!
    111.    TrevorB rated this product 5 stars
    Thu, August 21,2008:
    Great shoe especially for recovery runs or even for long days. I have 5 pair of of the Vomeros dating back to the very first one. Nike has made the lightest Neutral Plus shoe on the planet with the best cushioning.
    112.    Del rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, August 18,2008:
    I ran in Nike's about 8yrs ago, then went to Asics because I couldn't find a Nike that was comfortable for me. I bought the Vomero's about 3 months ago and fell in love. Especially for the long runs. They're like running in slippers. 100% pure cushioning. Like the other guy said, it would be nice to be able to purchase a different color other than silver/orange. I've got about 400 miles on mine, starting to show some wear.
    113.    Hicham el Guerrouj rated this product 5 stars
    Fri, August 15,2008:
    Here's my official review:(out of 5 stars) Breathability-5stars cushioning-5stars traction-5stars durability-4stars responsiveness-3stars This is a great training shoe for neutral runners. Trust me, buy this shoe!
    114.    nick rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, August 13,2008:
    ive been an asics man for years and when i tried them on i knew they were perfect. i am 150lbs and 5'10 and run about 60 miles a week and theres no way i could do this with any other shoe. there is really good forefoot cushioning for all you forefoot/midfoot/ and even light heel strikers. its kind of pricey but i believe its the best neutral shoe you can buy.
    115.    JRW rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, August 12,2008:
    These shoes rock! :p
    116.    JRW rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, August 11,2008:
    Excellent shoes! I have numerous long runs (12 to 20 miles) and have had no problems. I would agree with other comments that these are probably not the best choice for speed work, so I use the Skylons. The comment made by a previous rater about the Vomero needing stability misses the point of this shoe. It is designed for those of us who need cushioning and not stability. Other Nike shoes are designed for stability.
    117.    CLT rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, August 10,2008:
    I need very little stability. This shoe is the best shoe I have ever run in. A car accident left me with 6 injured disc in 2003. It was almost 2 years before I could run again. I have no pain or discomfort after running in these shoes. I think they are amazing!
    118.    Mark rated this product 2 stars
    Fri, August 08,2008:
    I really liked the vomero 1, ran 2 marathons in the 1's, bought the 3's and had similar problems as other reviewers, pain in the ball of my foot. There is a raised pad in the metatarsal area and I do not know if this is what the problem is or not. Was hoping it would go away as I became used to the shoe, but it is still causing a lot of metatarsal pain.
    119.    roadWarrior rated this product 2 stars
    Sat, July 26,2008:
    Too soft , too mushy , no stability. I can't go long distance with vomero 3 more better than preview model. correct size of toebox and fix is good. but still no stability and too mushy. This shoe make me knee pain.. Nike!, please add stability to next vomero model.
    120.    Nick rated this product 3 stars
    Mon, July 21,2008:
    I have had all 8 of my previous running shoes of the Vomero brand, yet the line did not meet expectations in the +3 version. The shoes developed a bump under the ball of my foot within running 150 miles in them, and that bump has stayed there since. It's very annoying. They are well cushioned, yet i think the +2 version is better than these for a better price too.
    121.    MAC rated this product 5 stars
    Fri, July 18,2008:
    Finally...It took awhile for me to run in Nike shoes again, but I must admit these are great. I have been using New Balance 1060 series and tried these for a second shoe, now I use these as my primary. The cushioning is great and my feet stay cool in the hot weather. I recommend these for anyone who has medium to high arches and is looking for cushion. I am 5'7 and 185lbs. Thanks RoadRunner for your return policy.
    122.    RUNAZ rated this product 4 stars
    Wed, July 16,2008:
    For the purpose of this shoe (cushioning), they meet all expectations. The only thing keeping this from being a 5 star is the sensor in the sole. With time it has become less noticable, but initially the sensor was irritating. For those looking for a speed workout shoe, this is not the one. These are built for comfort.
    123.    Jason rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, July 14,2008:
    For medium to high arches, this is an awesome shoe. I am 5'11'' 210, and I have had no issues with this shoe. I have done multiple 10+ mile runs with no problems.
    124.    Kenny rated this product 3 stars
    Sun, July 13,2008:
    I haved loved the Vomero 1/2/3 shoe for the last couple of years. However, six months ago I began to have lower achilles problems to the point that I saw a podiatriast. He is on an advisory board for analyzing running shoes and immediately reccomended something with less cushioning, such as the Nimbus 10 and Addidas Adistar. I am still undecided on what to buy next. Just be aware of the extra soft cushioning causing achiiles issues...
    125.    Christopher rated this product 4 stars
    Sat, July 05,2008:
    great shoe! im a light runner that puts in long runs and 2 a days, and these are perfect. All other shoes I have tried break down to easily. Great for any neutral runner that demands a lot of their shoes. I do switch out with the Skylon for speed days though. 145 lbs, 80+ miles a week.
    126.    big runner rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, June 29,2008:
    the best vomeros yet!!! this shoe keeps getting better and better. 230lb neutral runner.
    127.    Old LSD trainer rated this product 5 stars
    Thu, June 26,2008:
    Great Shoes! I have many "Long, Slow,Distance" runs along with numerous speed workouts on these shoes and they are great! I agree with rod, these are not meant for trail running. I would also suggest to Rick that he evaluate his feet. If you are feeling pain from the I-pod sensor, you may have arches that are excessively flexible/unstable. I have a rigid, high arch and have never noticed the sensor. I hope Nike does not make any dramatic changes to these shoes. A few more color choices might be nice, but not that important to me.
    128.    George rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, June 25,2008:
    Love the shoe.Mine are a blue and white color scheme not available at roadrunner.I bought them from another store.Ran 6 miles today, no pain
    129.    Goose rated this product 2 stars
    Tue, June 24,2008:
    Far too soft. They are pretty energy sapping and feel really unresponsive. Probably good for joggers but if you are a runner I would go for something else. I'll stick with adizeros and Mizuno for the moment. I'd be concerned about achilles injuries if you wear this long term.
    130.    DAve rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, June 22,2008:
    Ok here is my 2 cents worth. I was really worried when i read the negative reviews of the 3, i currently have the vomero 2's and thought they were great but it came time to replacing them.I took the plunge and bought the 3's and i just took my first run in them and i LOVe them, Nike has put memory foam in the sock liner so they are more comfortable, plus they have added more cushioning in the midsole so it absorbs the impact when you hit the ground.The shoe is more compact than the old 2's but the same cushioning is there.Actually the vomeros are one of the best cushioned shoes you will find on the market.Nike did it right with the 3's, Great Job Nike
    131.    kini rated this product 4 stars
    Thu, June 19,2008:
    Going to have to drop my score from 5 to 4. Reason? One freaking color available! Come on RRS or Nike whoever is responsible. The silver/lime was availbale for like what, a month. I want 2 different colors for ease rotation. Looks Like I'll be giving the Nimbus 10 or new Brooks Ghost a shot since they aren't limited to 1 freaking color.
    132.    Jerry M. O'Hanlon rated this product 3 stars
    Tue, June 17,2008:
    This shoe has a more flexible midsole and larger toe box than Vomero 1 and 2. These are positives. But Vomero 3 has far less shock absorption which I consider a negative. Too bad you can't find this out before you spend your money.
    133.    JRW rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, June 15,2008:
    I now have over 200 miles on these shoes and my report remains very positive. I have numerous 14 to 16 mile runs on these and I recently completed my first 20 mile run. The shoes were excellent! Thanks Nike!
    134.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
    Sun, June 15,2008:
    to jello like in the heel caused my foot to go off camber on trails.made my foot fight to stabalize its self. gave me shin splints BAD!!LOVED THE V2, BUT THESE ARE LACKING. if you jog on roads probably GREAT, but any type of lean to the trail will KILL you.
    135.    DeSerio rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, June 11,2008:
    Only Nike shoe I could run in since the Internationalist in 1982...out of the box put them on and ran to work 7.89 miles ...felt like a cloud ... best shoe period I've run on in years... finally Nike.. someone.. makes me a shoe...please don't change anything !!!!
    136.    Rick rated this product 3 stars
    Wed, June 04,2008:
    I ran my first marathon in the original Vomero and loved it, so cushy and perfect. Vomero 2 was a little better in some regards and also a little less cushy. Vomero 3 made my forefoot hurt, the ipod sensor bruised my foot, and I wasnt able to finish this years Rock n Roll Marathon because of the pain. Nike go back to the original shoe and give us people the option of buying the shoe with or without that ipod sensor in the shoe. Im switching to another brand that is flush with out that sensor hole!!!
    137.    sundog rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, May 31,2008:
    GREAT SHOES!! always get a coupon code before buying. i saved 15 bucks total was 98.19 and im not a vip member im 6 ft 191 and have worn the v2 before these and i like these just as much
    138.    Terry rated this product 1 star
    Wed, May 28,2008:
    I am 510 and weigh 202 pounds I run about 35 miles a week. I was very happy with the Vomero 2 and thought the 3 would be a comparable shoe. Within a quarter mile my arches were hurting. At the one mile mark my shins were hurting and I havent had shin problems in years. Shoe Dog recommended this shoe for a runner over 180 pounds. I went back to my Vomero 2s and have no pain when I run. Now the search is on for a shoe to replace my ageing Vomero 2s.
    139.    JRW rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, May 27,2008:
    Over 150 miles and I remain very pleased with these shoes. Wear on outsole is minimal and I expect to get about 500 miles on these shoes. Cushioning remains excellent. I have numerous runs of between 8 to 12 miles and I just completed my first long run (16+ miles), which went very well. Great shoes!
    140.    Patrick rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, May 27,2008:
    Great shoe, Nike has done a great job of refining the Vomero. I've run in all three and the 3 is the best. In fit, cushioning and weight. Nike, you got it right!
    141.    Sphinx rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, May 27,2008:
    Great shoes,had Vomero +2 and loved them. Had these for about 50 miles and the custioning is outstanding. When I retire the 2s I will buy another Vomero 3.
    142.    JetMan rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, May 24,2008:
    I've been running for twenty years and this is the best pair of a shoes I have ever worn. Great ride without being clunky or heavy.
    143.    Tom rated this product 1 star
    Thu, May 22,2008:
    The Vomero 3 is too cushy and flimsy. I run about 45 miles a week. Doesn't feel at all like a $100+ shoe. I loved the Vomero 2. Why did Nike screw it up?
    144.    Scott rated this product 1 star
    Thu, May 22,2008:
    I loved the 2s and owned four pairs of them. I run over 30 miles a week and having two pairs at a time really makes a difference. When I tried on the 3s I felt that the arches weren't as high as in the 2s. After having them for a month or so, I am very happy I only bought one pair. I have a pain in one of my calves that I couldn't understand until I read the other reviews. These might be the shoes for some people, but they definitely aren't the shoes for me.
    145.    Timothy rated this product 5 stars
    Thu, May 15,2008:
    Right out of the box. Compared sole against sole to my Vomero+ 2's. Looks like the same shoe with a mid-arch change and possibly more forefoot cushioning (which it could use!). Hope it keeps my knee pain in remission as well as the +2s did.
    146.    kini rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, May 14,2008:
    Put about 75 miles on a pair so far and this is finally the correct version of the Vomero. +1 were great, but too narrow in the toebox. +2 were totally screwed up. The cushioning was about the same but unless you had clown feet your feet would just float around the humungous toebox. There was also absolutely zero stability. Developed foot and ankle pain within 30-40 miles. Maybe due to the sloppy fit? +3 FINALLY the toebox is the right size. The ride is great. They're lighter and have more support/stability and just as much cushion and the great Vomero ride. I'll be ordering a second pair shortly. I run 25-35mpw, 5'7" 155.
    147.    Army Runner rated this product 1 star
    Tue, May 13,2008:
    I originally purchased the Air Vomero 2s and loved them, but count on Nike to take a great shoe and screw it up! I run 25 to 30 miles a week in the same shoes, yes I know you elite runners buy 2 pair and alternate them but us Army runners buy one pair and run in them for a year and change them out. I purchased the Vomer 2s in October 07 and decided to get an additional pair like all you pros and alternate them. I saw the Vomer 2s were discontinued and they were out of Vomer 2s in my size. I ordered the Vomer 3s and the first day on my feet my shins started hurting about 2 miles out. The next day I put on my Vomer 2s and no pain on my normal 5 miler. I tried the Vomer 3s again and about one mile out shin pain. Thank God I am a VIP member because Road Runner Sports will get these back.
    148.    EBH rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, May 12,2008:
    Probably the best neutral running shoe of all time
    149.    TrevorB rated this product 4 stars
    Sun, May 11,2008:
    I am still loving the first edition. I like a snug fit. The V3's actually bring the Vomero one and 2 together quite nicely. Great overall fit and the lightest Vomero yet. Nice job Nike!
    150.    my Feet rated this product 5 stars
    Fri, May 09,2008:
    Chooocccollaaaatteeeee please. Lower heel with a quieter and smoother transition. Very much like the lateral redesign; soft and quite stable for a cushion shoe.
    151.    Paul rated this product 3 stars
    Thu, May 08,2008:
    Usually the problem with many running shoes is not enough cushioning, but I must admit; these felt too soft and mushy. Just too much cushioning, even for that type of shoe. Otherwise, this shoe is well put together. Lightweight breathable/comfortable/flexible upper. Great color scheme. Just too soft in my opinion.
    152.    JonCarlo rated this product 1 star
    Thu, May 08,2008:
    I'm another one who had pretty intense tibial tendon/calf area pain (shooting) not far into trying these. Various insoles didn't help, and never had this issue in a neutral shoe. I suspect too much wobbly jello cushion / shoe torque combined with the arch design? I normally like my cushioning shoes, but this one's out of the picture. Fortunately salesperson helped me try again and I narrowed to the Triumph and latest Nimbus instead, and I suspect the latter is the one that'll be my new default.
    153.    Rory rated this product 4 stars
    Mon, May 05,2008:
    Nice cushion although I was hoping for more based on the reviews. Little better than my Saucony Triumph 4 which felt like bricks to me. Im surprised by people saying this was too much cushion for them, these people must be running in clogs. Dont know, I feel like shoe manufacturers have sacrificed cushioning for weight. When the first Saucony Grids came out, boy was that some cushion, but the shoe was heavy, which was okay by me. Ive tried every best cushioned shoe since then and none can compare. Vomero 3 fits true to size in my opinion and is comparable in size to my Triumph 4s. Overall Im happy with them, but Id still sacrifice weight for some additional cushion, for my weary bones. BTW, Im only 158 lbs.
    154.    JRW rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, May 05,2008:
    As of yesterday, I have about 75 miles on these shoes. I had reported a favorable impression earlier and more miles have proven to me that these are about the best shoes I have worn in some time. The cushioning and comfort are second to none. I usually use the lighter Skylons for races and fast paced runs, but these are a reasonable weight and may serve me well in all conditions.
    155.    Duh rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, May 04,2008:
    He isn't talking about 700 miles be a lot of running miles. He is talking about 700 miles on one pair of shoes being stupid. No shoe should be worn more than 500 miles. And, since you are such a 'serious runner', you would know that most elites and others replace around 300-400 miles or less.
    156.    Jonathan rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, May 03,2008:
    I just bought this shoe after trying on all the new models of the other high quality running brands like asics, brooks, saucany, and mizuno. All the other brands had great shoes out, and if I could have I would have bought all of them. The fact is that we cant all afford to do that so when I came across this shoe, I found that the cushion and turnover on this one was superior over the other brands and went with nike. GREAT BUY: $125 IS WORTH IT!
    157.    AF rated this product 2 stars
    Fri, May 02,2008:
    6' 1" / 220 - 18 miles a week with underpronation in left foot. Nikes were incredbily comfortable but caused intense tendon pain and calf strain from added cushion shoe bed. RoadRunner gladly exchanged shoes (and great customer service!). Went back to NB 992s and all pain went away!
    158.    Dan T rated this product 5 stars
    Wed, April 30,2008:
    To BS - what is so surprising with 700 miles on a shoe?? If you are a serious runner you wouldn't find it hard to believe. 700 miles is 3 1/2 months for me. I'm sure there are many others here who log way more than that in the period.
    159.    Keith A. rated this product 4 stars
    Tue, April 29,2008:
    Has gotta be the most bouncy, cushioned ride out there. Almost TOO soft! I love 'em!
    160.    Jake rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, April 29,2008:
    5'11"/200 lbs., I love these shoes. I have never run on anything better! I have blown through three other shoes with shin splints, calf problems, foot problems. All problems are gone with these shoes. Will never run on anythingn else.
    161.    JRW rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, April 29,2008:
    Just got these and my intial impression is very good. I have worn all thre models of the Vomero's and I would agree with others who have written that this is the best of all. Nike appears to have chosen a path of careful evolution rather than revolution. Good work Nike!
    162.    bp rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, April 21,2008:
    6' 175lbs, very high arch, neutral. I took them for a 15.5 miler right out of the box this weekend, I was nervous, but no problems at all. Have run in the V1 and V2s, but I think the 3s are the best. Very cushioned ride, but I think better fit and more responsive than the 2s (the 2s were on the verge of almost too soft of a ride for me and the V1s were too narrow). Great marathon shoe! Will use these for the Cleveland Marathon coming up in May
    163.    Jim rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, April 21,2008:
    6'/195lbs 25/week. I swore off Nikes 20 years ago with a bad Pegasus experience...but WOW! What a shoe! Outstanding fit/comfort and the best cushioned ride out there. Switched from Saucony when they changed from the Triumph 4 to the horrendous Triumph 5.
    164.    Thomas rated this product 5 stars
    Sun, April 20,2008:
    I'm 61, 5'11 160-165. I've been running 30 years haven't used nike in 29 years. The toe box was fine, I think the shoe is revolutionary.The ride was fabulous.
    165.    jimmy c rated this product 5 stars
    Sat, April 19,2008:
    I love the Vomero 3! I have worn the two previous generations and really did well with them. This shoe has outstanding cushion and Nike has really improved the footbed by widening the shoe significantly over the previous Vomeros. I've run about 100 miles in them and I am a huge fan.
    166.    michael rated this product 5 stars
    Fri, April 18,2008:
    Hey tom the only thing Nike changed with this shoe is the weight and look.
    167.    BS rated this product 4 stars
    Thu, April 17,2008:
    To Eric ---- Over 700 miles???? I suggest you get a device that properly measures mileage.
    168.    MasterRunner rated this product 5 stars
    Mon, April 14,2008:
    The single best cushioning shoe I've run in for 10 years!!!!
    169.    Ted rated this product 1 star
    Wed, April 09,2008:
    Loved the Vomero 2. Personally not at all happy with how the significantly altered sole of the 3 works for me, but the rest of the shoe seems great. If you can't try before you buy, this may be a good situation to take advantage of Roadrunner's 60-day guarantee to try things out for yourself.
    170.    Steve T. rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, April 08,2008:
    Awesome fit and feel! I got mine last week and have 50 miles on them. So far, so good. I am gettign a second pair to rotate.
    171.    Eric S. rated this product 5 stars
    Tue, April 08,2008:
    I put over 700 miles on my Vomero+2's and they still have a more cushy feel than most brand new shoes. I tried the top neutral plus shoes by Asics, Brooks, New Balance, and Mizuno thinking I would try something different. None of them compared in comfort and cushioning to the Nike Vomero's. They are very soft and very durable. The only way you won't love these shoes is if you prefer firm cushioning. Be careful, once you are used to running in these shoes, you will never want to run in anything else!
    172.    Steve rated this product 5 stars
    Fri, April 04,2008:
    Great shoe! I got them this week and have 28 miles on them. So far, so good. Awesome fit! I also really like the Nike+ feature with my nano.

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