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Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe

Women's Nike Air Zoom Moire+

Item #NIK1081
MSRP:$99.99
VIP:$89.99
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Want to listen to your tunes and track your progress while you run? Simply slip the Nike+ sensor into the shoe pocket (which fits comfortably, beneath the sock liner) and head out. 8.3 ounces Get your Nike+ sensor now

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  • Country of Origin: China

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Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe
 
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4.0

For comparison: I am 5'4" ...

By Natalie

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe:

For comparison: I am 5'4" 110lbs, neutral. If you're looking for support and lots of cushion don't get this shoe! Me, I like to feel like there is barely anything on my feet. Love the Free, but thought I'd try something with just a little more cushion. This is it. I'd give it 5 stars, but I can feel the little pocket where the sensor goes and it's annoying. I'm hoping that will wear down as I break in the shoes. If not, I'll remove it.

 
4.0

Although I generally ...

By Bodieone

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe:

Although I generally don't like Nike shoes, I tried these for the iPod pocket. I'm a neutral runner and have been impressed, light weight, comfortable and very durable -- much more so than my favorite Asics. Not a lot of support, if you really need it.

 
4.0

This is a nice shoe for ...

By Jaybird

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe:

This is a nice shoe for jogging. Really light, flexible. This is a shoe for a neutral foot stride, as it offers no special support. Generous toebox for a Nike, Zoom Air seems sufficient, could be a little better overall. If you want a lightweight shoe to do light running with, and have an average foot stride, this is a fine shoe. Mine are wearing well for doing light runs.

 
2.0

While this shoe has great ...

By Emma

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe:

While this shoe has great flexibility, I was expecting a great all around shoe for $100. I am very disappointed with the lack of traction. It's hard to turn a corner without sliding. Also, the durability is poor and so is the cushioning. I need cushioning when I run. On nike.com, this shoe is advertised as a cushioned shoe. The cushioning on the Nike+ Moire is closer to the cushioning of a piece of cardboard. Overall, I am not pleased with this shoe. Nike can do much better.

 
4.0

This is shoe simple, ...

By nandog

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe:

This is shoe simple, light and flexible. not fancy.

 
1.0

This shoe does not ...

By lv

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe:

This shoe does not provide enough support. As a result I have injured my ankle twice while running with them Guess they will be only used for walking from now on.

 
3.0

It was a good feeling ...

By D Rob

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Zoom Moire+ Running Shoe:

It was a good feeling shoe EXCEPT the insole. It buckled on the corners where the heel was located. I wondered if it would be better with the iPod sensor. Not even.

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1.    Bodieone rated this product 4 stars
Fri, June 08,2007:
Although I generally don't like Nike shoes, I tried these for the iPod pocket. I'm a neutral runner and have been impressed, light weight, comfortable and very durable -- much more so than my favorite Asics. Not a lot of support, if you really need it.
2.    Natalie rated this product 4 stars
Fri, April 27,2007:
For comparison: I am 5'4" 110lbs, neutral. If you're looking for support and lots of cushion don't get this shoe! Me, I like to feel like there is barely anything on my feet. Love the Free, but thought I'd try something with just a little more cushion. This is it. I'd give it 5 stars, but I can feel the little pocket where the sensor goes and it's annoying. I'm hoping that will wear down as I break in the shoes. If not, I'll remove it.
3.    D Rob rated this product 3 stars
Sat, March 03,2007:
It was a good feeling shoe EXCEPT the insole. It buckled on the corners where the heel was located. I wondered if it would be better with the iPod sensor. Not even.
4.    Jaybird rated this product 4 stars
Fri, February 09,2007:
This is a nice shoe for jogging. Really light, flexible. This is a shoe for a neutral foot stride, as it offers no special support. Generous toebox for a Nike, Zoom Air seems sufficient, could be a little better overall. If you want a lightweight shoe to do light running with, and have an average foot stride, this is a fine shoe. Mine are wearing well for doing light runs.
5.    lv rated this product 1 star
Sat, January 20,2007:
This shoe does not provide enough support. As a result I have injured my ankle twice while running with them Guess they will be only used for walking from now on.
6.    Emma rated this product 2 stars
Thu, November 02,2006:
While this shoe has great flexibility, I was expecting a great all around shoe for $100. I am very disappointed with the lack of traction. It's hard to turn a corner without sliding. Also, the durability is poor and so is the cushioning. I need cushioning when I run. On nike.com, this shoe is advertised as a cushioned shoe. The cushioning on the Nike+ Moire is closer to the cushioning of a piece of cardboard. Overall, I am not pleased with this shoe. Nike can do much better.
7.    nandog rated this product 4 stars
Mon, October 23,2006:
This is shoe simple, light and flexible. not fancy.