Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe

Men's Nike Air Equalon+ 2

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Men's NIKE AIR EQUALON+ 2 :: You thought the ultimate stability shoe from NIKE couldn't be improved? Guess again. You'll find nothing but perfect cushioning and perfect support in this lightweight workhorse known as the men's Nike Air Equalon+ 2. Nike+ ready*. 12.2 ounces Get your Nike+ sensor now

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Get the guidance and support you need to keep you running strong and feeling stable mile after mile. If you have an average arch but like extra cushioning and support, Stability+ shoes are your perfect pick. 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.

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  • Predecessor Product Type:  Air Equalon+
  • Shock Absorption: Heel|Air-Sole|Forefoot|Air-Sole
  • Toebox Width: Medium
  • Shoe Construction: Slip last
  • Midsole Material: Dual density compression molded EVA
  • Outsole Material: Carbon rubber
  • Upper Material: Mesh|Synthetic leather
  • Country of Origin: China

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5.0

In response to the first ...

By Scott

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

In response to the first post by michaelyblam, dude you went from the Beast which is Motion Control (for flat feet) to the Equalon (stability plus for normal to med. arch and mod. pronator). Its like comparing apples and oranges, what you should have tried was the Nike Air Cesium's most current model (motion control like the beast). You should stay within the same category of shoe if you want similar support. Theres also the Brooks Addiction, Saucony ProGrid Stabil MC, NB 1011, Asics Gel Evolution, Mizuno Wave Renegade, etc. etc.
Nike always makes comfy shoes, but I do not know if they are necessarily known for their support as much as their comfort.
As with other Nike shoes I have tried lately they have made the mid part where the laces are more shallow inside from top to bottom and therefore that puts tremendous pressure on the top of my foot and every model for Nike has done this for like the past 3-4 years, I have switched to Asics and Brooks. And every now and again I throw

 
3.0

Sorry I forgot to ...

By Scott

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

Sorry I forgot to actualyl rate the show I was to focused on my review.

 
3.0

bit of a tight fit, but a ...

By kwgthacher

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

bit of a tight fit, but a good shoe for neutral, small - medium size runners

 
5.0

These were the best ...

By VeganRunner

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

These were the best running shoes I ever had -- granted it was the move to a stability plus shoe that was most important factor for me -- thanks to my local RoadRunner store's help. I use the Nike Plus with these and really love the whole package.

 
5.0

This is my second review ...

By Vincent

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

This is my second review of this shoe on this site and I'm writing it because I'm going on my third pair of Equalon 2's! I recently purchased a pair of max moto 6's because they were on sale but after about 2 miles my ankles were screaming because the shoes weren't providing the stability these equalon's do. They are confortable but don't offer the stability of the equalon. Hopefully Nike didn't screw up the winning formula when I'm ready to buy the equalon 3's!

 
3.0

I have been wearing the ...

By michaelyblam

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

I have been wearing the Brooks Beast for about 10 years with a pair of orthodics. I have the flattest feet on earth...in fcat it's so flat that I have an anti-arch. I was introduced to try out the Equilon+ and have just started to wear in a pair. The shoes, although lighter than the Beast, doesn't give me the support and correction I need and also after running for over 8km, I get a numb feel near the balls of my feet which forces me to stop momentarily. The shoes are comfy but I AM disappointed with the lack of support.

 
5.0

This shoe ended my shin ...

By James

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

This shoe ended my shin splints, I dont have to add the heel gel cushion like all of the other shoes I have had. It is true it is a little soft but for road running it has been perfect for over 200 miles.

 
5.0

I have about 30 miles so ...

By mike

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

I have about 30 miles so far on these shoes and they feel great. After a 10k or longer run, my feet don't hurt, they feel like they could do more.

 
5.0

I have about 150 miles on ...

By Joe

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

I have about 150 miles on these. I went from the Triax to these on a recommendation from my Doctor. Great cushioning for somebody my size (200 Lbs), and can really feel the difference when running more that 8 miles. They have totally cured the shin pain I get after long runs. I wish they had more than one color...I am getting tired of silver/blue.

 
4.0

this is a really good ...

By kwgthacher

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

this is a really good shoe - the one drawback is the road on which you run better be straight - this is NOT a trail shoe, or a shoe that is stable enough for twists and turns. Good cushioning and fit

 
2.0

6'1", 190lbs, 25-35 ...

By Hamster

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

6'1", 190lbs, 25-35 miles/week...this shoe was a letdown from it's predecessor. The original Equalon was an outstanding Stability + shoe. This one is too flexible...no stability...bummer! Great cushioning though! I guess Nike is getting out of Stability + market again...they need to make up their minds!

 
5.0

230lb with slight ...

By big dog

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

230lb with slight pronation. good as it gets for the big fellas!! great cushioning but not to soft and just the right amount of stability. nike is back and taking names!!

 
4.0

Just went for my first ...

By Phil

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

Just went for my first run in these and they feel great. Too bad these are on the endangered list, I might have to buy another pair before they go away.

 
5.0

This is my second review ...

By Vincent

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

This is my second review on these shoes because last night I bought my second pair of them. I tried on Asics 2130, Nike Triax, and Mizuno Wave Rider and none could beat the Equalon 2. I'm a larger runner and can't beat the superior fit and cushion these shoes provide. Another benefit is I can use my iPod to chart my runs which is a big plus.

 
2.0

Too soft. Might be okay ...

By Anonymous

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

Too soft. Might be okay for people who don't run much, or beginners who think the softer the better, and then give up running after 2 months.

 
2.0

Last years model was a ...

By r

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

Last years model was a great stability shoe. this is way too flexible, and will not work on trails at all. disappoints as the previous model is much more stabil and keeps your foot in line.

 
4.0

Good shoe. Run about 200 ...

By Scott

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

Good shoe. Run about 200 miles on them and some wear on the sole but in overall good condition. Good support and comfortable on long runs. Im 6'1" 205 lbs. Medium arch with slight over-pronation. Would recommend but feel they are a little expensive so lose a star due to value.

 
2.0

yea i put a review in ...

By Bulldog runner 2

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

yea i put a review in eailer but now i change my mind. These shoes are huurting me, my shins hurt, my feet feel sore and the shoe lost its bounce i dont no what happend but the shoe is not good any more I am bring the back and getting Asics shoes Acics is the best training shoe Nike is just a good race shoe

 
5.0

After years of absolutely ...

By Pete

from Undisclosed

Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

After years of absolutely hating running, I looked to RRS to match me up with a shoe that would give me the comfort and stability I needed. I also liked the idea of the Nike+ kit for my iPod, so it was convenient that the Equalon was at the top of my list--I'm 6'2, 215#, and a medium arch with a little overpronation.
What a difference! These are by far the most comfortable shoes I've ever run in, and they're still going strong after about 200 miles of wear. I'll be stocking up for sure!
Thanks to RRS and the Equalon 2+ for getting me hooked on running again!

 
5.0

THIS IS THE BEST SHOE ...

By Runner77

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Comments about Mens Nike Air Equalon+ 2 Running Shoe:

THIS IS THE BEST SHOE EVER!!!
This shoe is the best shoe i have ever put my foot on. there is so much bounce in this shoe and so far this shoe have not given me any problems
BUY THIS SHOE

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1.    Scott rated this product 3 stars
Fri, September 11,2009:
Sorry I forgot to actualyl rate the show I was to focused on my review.
2.    Scott rated this product 5 stars
Fri, September 11,2009:
In response to the first post by michaelyblam, dude you went from the Beast which is Motion Control (for flat feet) to the Equalon (stability plus for normal to med. arch and mod. pronator). Its like comparing apples and oranges, what you should have tried was the Nike Air Cesium's most current model (motion control like the beast). You should stay within the same category of shoe if you want similar support. Theres also the Brooks Addiction, Saucony ProGrid Stabil MC, NB 1011, Asics Gel Evolution, Mizuno Wave Renegade, etc. etc. Nike always makes comfy shoes, but I do not know if they are necessarily known for their support as much as their comfort. As with other Nike shoes I have tried lately they have made the mid part where the laces are more shallow inside from top to bottom and therefore that puts tremendous pressure on the top of my foot and every model for Nike has done this for like the past 3-4 years, I have switched to Asics and Brooks. And every now and again I throw
3.    michaelyblam rated this product 3 stars
Tue, September 01,2009:
I have been wearing the Brooks Beast for about 10 years with a pair of orthodics. I have the flattest feet on earth...in fcat it's so flat that I have an anti-arch. I was introduced to try out the Equilon+ and have just started to wear in a pair. The shoes, although lighter than the Beast, doesn't give me the support and correction I need and also after running for over 8km, I get a numb feel near the balls of my feet which forces me to stop momentarily. The shoes are comfy but I AM disappointed with the lack of support.
4.    Vincent rated this product 5 stars
Fri, August 07,2009:
This is my second review of this shoe on this site and I'm writing it because I'm going on my third pair of Equalon 2's! I recently purchased a pair of max moto 6's because they were on sale but after about 2 miles my ankles were screaming because the shoes weren't providing the stability these equalon's do. They are confortable but don't offer the stability of the equalon. Hopefully Nike didn't screw up the winning formula when I'm ready to buy the equalon 3's!
5.    kwgthacher rated this product 3 stars
Fri, July 17,2009:
bit of a tight fit, but a good shoe for neutral, small - medium size runners
6.    VeganRunner rated this product 5 stars
Fri, May 29,2009:
These were the best running shoes I ever had -- granted it was the move to a stability plus shoe that was most important factor for me -- thanks to my local RoadRunner store's help. I use the Nike Plus with these and really love the whole package.
7.    Joe rated this product 5 stars
Mon, March 30,2009:
I have about 150 miles on these. I went from the Triax to these on a recommendation from my Doctor. Great cushioning for somebody my size (200 Lbs), and can really feel the difference when running more that 8 miles. They have totally cured the shin pain I get after long runs. I wish they had more than one color...I am getting tired of silver/blue.
8.    James rated this product 5 stars
Wed, December 31,2008:
This shoe ended my shin splints, I dont have to add the heel gel cushion like all of the other shoes I have had. It is true it is a little soft but for road running it has been perfect for over 200 miles.
9.    mike rated this product 5 stars
Sat, December 27,2008:
I have about 30 miles so far on these shoes and they feel great. After a 10k or longer run, my feet don't hurt, they feel like they could do more.
10.    r rated this product 2 stars
Mon, October 13,2008:
Last years model was a great stability shoe. this is way too flexible, and will not work on trails at all. disappoints as the previous model is much more stabil and keeps your foot in line.
11.    Hamster rated this product 2 stars
Thu, September 18,2008:
6'1", 190lbs, 25-35 miles/week...this shoe was a letdown from it's predecessor. The original Equalon was an outstanding Stability + shoe. This one is too flexible...no stability...bummer! Great cushioning though! I guess Nike is getting out of Stability + market again...they need to make up their minds!
12.    Anonymous rated this product 2 stars
Sun, September 14,2008:
Too soft. Might be okay for people who don't run much, or beginners who think the softer the better, and then give up running after 2 months.
13.    big dog rated this product 5 stars
Sun, September 07,2008:
230lb with slight pronation. good as it gets for the big fellas!! great cushioning but not to soft and just the right amount of stability. nike is back and taking names!!
14.    Phil rated this product 4 stars
Wed, August 20,2008:
Just went for my first run in these and they feel great. Too bad these are on the endangered list, I might have to buy another pair before they go away.
15.    kwgthacher rated this product 4 stars
Tue, August 19,2008:
this is a really good shoe - the one drawback is the road on which you run better be straight - this is NOT a trail shoe, or a shoe that is stable enough for twists and turns. Good cushioning and fit
16.    Vincent rated this product 5 stars
Tue, August 19,2008:
This is my second review on these shoes because last night I bought my second pair of them. I tried on Asics 2130, Nike Triax, and Mizuno Wave Rider and none could beat the Equalon 2. I'm a larger runner and can't beat the superior fit and cushion these shoes provide. Another benefit is I can use my iPod to chart my runs which is a big plus.
17.    John rated this product 5 stars
Mon, July 28,2008:
Shoe fits great and is durable. I do several triathlons/year to include two Ironmans. This is the first shoe that allows me to sustain my training volume without injury.
18.    Charels rated this product 2 stars
Sun, July 20,2008:
Very disappointed. Big let down from its predecessor. As a 200 pound 20 mile a week guy these things let me down with regar to cushioning - major soreness. Went back to the original and all is well again.
19.    Pete rated this product 5 stars
Sun, July 13,2008:
After years of absolutely hating running, I looked to RRS to match me up with a shoe that would give me the comfort and stability I needed. I also liked the idea of the Nike+ kit for my iPod, so it was convenient that the Equalon was at the top of my list--I'm 6'2, 215#, and a medium arch with a little overpronation. What a difference! These are by far the most comfortable shoes I've ever run in, and they're still going strong after about 200 miles of wear. I'll be stocking up for sure! Thanks to RRS and the Equalon 2+ for getting me hooked on running again!
20.    Scott rated this product 4 stars
Fri, July 11,2008:
Good shoe. Run about 200 miles on them and some wear on the sole but in overall good condition. Good support and comfortable on long runs. Im 6'1" 205 lbs. Medium arch with slight over-pronation. Would recommend but feel they are a little expensive so lose a star due to value.
21.    jim rated this product 4 stars
Mon, June 30,2008:
Had these now a few months. Best times ever in these. Think they may be a bit too cushioned for my size.(160) Triaxx slightly more supportive. bye Asics,welcome back Nike after 20 years
22.    Gym Shoe rated this product 4 stars
Sun, June 22,2008:
Ran through 3 pairs of them over the past 9 months and overall, it is a good shoe. A little bulky and seems to have me higher up than other shoes but overall, I have to give it a good rating. I'm going to try a new shoe now, but if you are 200 lbs. plus with a medium arch and slight pronation, this may be the shoe for you.
23.    Rob rated this product 5 stars
Tue, June 10,2008:
I rated these twice already and have changed my opinion again. They are actually a great running shoe and are more stable than I originally thought. I recently ran Boston in them and haven't had any troubles. When I try a Brooks shoe I get pain after 10 miles or so b/c they aren't as stable as these. Only issue - the soft material tends to break down around the ankle area of the shoe which is more cosmetic than anything.
24.    Big Guy rated this product 5 stars
Mon, May 19,2008:
I returned a pair of ASICS Kayano 14's for these and my heel pain is gone. I am 210LBS and 25+ miles per week so I need some stability. I have run in Vomero's before but they were too soft under my weight and caused strain on long runs due to lack of support. These are terriffic. Thanks RRS for the guarantee - loyalty is yours!
25.    jim rated this product 4 stars
Fri, May 09,2008:
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26.    Sam619 rated this product 2 stars
Wed, May 07,2008:
5ft8 160lbs I run 15 miles a week. I tried these for 60 days. These shoes were great when I first bought them however I started to get pain in my back and in my feet I even added an insole and the pain continued. RR took them back with no questions and I ordered the Vomero I hope these will be better.
27.    robert rated this product 4 stars
Sun, May 04,2008:
the shoe is kind of ugly but i have had no problems. i had been running on the old equalon + but then they discontinued it and i had to get these. to their credit they look better than the old ones, but they feel different (not as snug-fitting i think - more toe room, and stiffer). i just got my second pair. so far i have had no injuries with them so i can't complain, except for the ugliness.
28.    Bulldog runner 2 rated this product 2 stars
Thu, May 01,2008:
yea i put a review in eailer but now i change my mind. These shoes are huurting me, my shins hurt, my feet feel sore and the shoe lost its bounce i dont no what happend but the shoe is not good any more I am bring the back and getting Asics shoes Acics is the best training shoe Nike is just a good race shoe
29.    James C rated this product 3 stars
Thu, April 24,2008:
I am 208lbs, ran 2 marathons, and average about 30 miles a week. These shoes are light and fit great on a wide foot. However, I've ran with them on three 8 mile runs and they feel too soft. It almost feel like I'm running on $19 Big5 shoe. After the run, I can feel slight pain on my shins and knee. I've also use Asics and don't get the same pain. I now use these just for treadmill or when going to the gym.
30.    trackman rated this product 2 stars
Wed, April 23,2008:
Shoes are comfortable and the width and arch support work well with my orthotics. Unfortunately the lacing system leaves little to be desired. I tie my shoes snug, not tight, and the laces went through the eyelets after a few runs. This happened 2 times so no more Equalons for me.
31.    Bulldog runner rated this product 5 stars
Thu, April 17,2008:
This shoe is great. i am 13 and i weigh 117 pounds and with stabilty + it dosent bother me at all. I run about 7 mile a day so the road runner guy pointed out this shoe for a long distent runner and he made the right choice
32.    Runner77 rated this product 5 stars
Thu, April 17,2008:
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33.    sactojeff rated this product 4 stars
Sat, March 22,2008:
I had the Eq. 1s, and they were too firm in the midsole, should have been in the Motion control catagory. eq 2s are much softer, as the Stability plus catagory should be, but I liked the wider toe box of the prev, version. For me, the heel to toe transition is much smoother which I attribute to the segmented design, but like anoter poster said, it tends to collect little stones/debris in between.
34.    KM rated this product 5 stars
Thu, March 13,2008:
Great shoe, very good cushioning.
35.    AA rated this product 2 stars
Sat, March 08,2008:
The previous Equalon + is a better stability shoe. I'm a relatively big guy: 6'1", 210 lbs. and need a good stability shoe. The Equalon 2 + has good cushioning, but after about 50 miles, the uppers became too flexible and the shoe lost its stability factor.
36.    Dave rated this product 2 stars
Fri, March 07,2008:
Tried these as a replacement for my beloved first edition Equalons but these have changed quite a bit. The cushoning is quite a bit softer, but it was the fit that got me. I think these were tighter across the forefoot and there is a new plastic strip there right on the outside by the ball of the foot which actually caused me to stop running after 2 miles due to pain. Went back to my Equalon I's and finished the run without problems. I am now in Brooks Adrenaline 8's which have been great so far.
37.    anonymous rated this product 3 stars
Sat, February 09,2008:
A decent shoe overall but the heel toe transition isn't good. Have been running in Vomero 2s and these have much less cushioning which may be preferred by some. I will stick with the Vomeros which have good stability and great cushioning.
38.    Rob rated this product 3 stars
Thu, January 24,2008:
I rated these in post #6 when I first got them. I've since realized that this is not a true stability shoe because the upper and front part of the sole is just too soft, collapsing on impact, causing foot pain for me. Also, the arch support and front cusion built into the sole is a bit severe even though it's toned down from the previous version(I have low arches). I just picked-up a pair of Brooks Adrenaline 8s which have amazing support and a firm/ consistent feel upon landing. Also, the support straps dug into my little toe but perhaps my feet are too wide for them. Nike is getting closer to creating a true running shoe but in my opinion they have some catching up to do.
39.    Mike rated this product 2 stars
Fri, January 18,2008:
Long time Asics user. I thought I might try the Nikes since they felt pretty good when I tried them on. However after 3+ runs I did not like them because of the dead feel to them. I returned them today RRS store and received my new Kayanos. Thanks RRS for your guarantee!!
40.    Martin rated this product 4 stars
Tue, January 15,2008:
This shoe provided greater stability than I expected. It's performance remained consistent (soft/hard pavement) and comfortable running in it. I would recommend it to non-nike fans also. I just wish they have different colors/trail version versus just silver/navy for men. I would get another pair when its time.
41.    John rated this product 3 stars
Fri, January 11,2008:
The heel to toe transition is not as good as I expected and also the heel is to high. All of these forced me to slow down on my runs. Cushioning is excellent.
42.    Derek rated this product 4 stars
Wed, January 09,2008:
surprisingly a good stable trainer, long time New Balance/Asics runner, however this Nike trainer surprised me heaps how light and supportive it is
43.    Mike rated this product 4 stars
Tue, January 01,2008:
The Equalon+2 has excellent cushioning. I weigh 225lbs and have worn many different brandds and none come close to the cushioning in this shoe. The only downside is that unlike the previous version that was to snug I believe they opened the toebox up to0 much. The shoe now has a soupy feel and prone to collect pebbles when you run.
44.    Rob rated this product 4 stars
Mon, December 31,2007:
5'8", 155lbs. I've run on Saucony Hurricaine 8's for several years but now that the Hurricaine 9's have a wider toe box I had look for something a little narrower. I had tried the previous Equalon but it felt like wearing platform shoes. This years Equalon is much improved compared the previous model. The heal is lower which improves foot strike position. The cushioning is fantastic and additional gel is added in the toe. The shoe is a little less stable than other stability shoes but is also much lighter. Remains to be seen how the cushioning holds-up after 40miles per week.
45.    Anonymous rated this product 4 stars
Wed, December 19,2007:
very good product, enjoy
46.    marcjs1 rated this product 4 stars
Tue, December 11,2007:
Just went for my 1st run in these today. Very impressed! Leaps and bounds more comfortable than the Nike Triax 10 that I've been running in. I can't wait to hit the road again.
47.    Vincent rated this product 5 stars
Mon, November 26,2007:
I'm a 6'0 210lb runner and used to run in Brooks Trance but decided to switch back to Nike. This was the best decision I could've made. This is by far the best running shoe I've run in. Like most reviewers have commented, the Nike air zoom is a great ride and they were perfect out the box with no break in period like the Brooks. Would highly recommend to the larger runner.
48.    Brent rated this product 5 stars
Mon, November 26,2007:
The Equalon+2 is the BEST shoe I have ever put on my foot. My feet are somewhat sensitive and get sore in a full stability shoe like my Brooks Adrenaline, but as a slight over-pronator I need some support. Nike has made a great combo of comfort and support in the Equalon+2. I also suffered from Shin splints in my other shoes, but I have experienced no pain whatsoever wearing these Nike's. Like Derek said, there is nothing quite like the Air Zoom comfort!
49.    JGG rated this product 3 stars
Fri, November 16,2007:
Pros over equalon 1:lower heel, better fit, more flexible forefoot; Cons: not as stable, too soft for those needing more medial control. The cushlon ST midsole needs to be firmed up for those of us needing more control.
50.    rich rated this product 5 stars
Thu, November 08,2007:
switched fron kayano, this shoe is great so far. probably will switch back to nike
51.    Mike rated this product 5 stars
Tue, November 06,2007:
6'0" 220lbs. I needed a cushioned shoe with some support. I put these on and they felt great - plenty of cusioning in the heal and forefoot with adequate support. I would buy these again.
52.    Stocks rated this product 3 stars
Fri, October 19,2007:
5'11" 195 lbs. Great cushioning especially across the toe box. I found that they are very hot and don't breath well. The heel wedge is pretty thick making the heel to toe transition a touch ackward. I started to get blisters on the balls of my feet after three runs. The shoe fits liek a glove but they just don't work for me. Thankful RR has a 60 guarantee. I'll be looking for a new shoe this weekend.
53.    Derek rated this product 5 stars
Tue, October 16,2007:
There is nothing like the feel of zoom air underneath your feet as you run in these shoes. Support was great, and the cushioning was fantastic! A must have for those in need of support and top of the line cushion

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