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Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe

Women's Nike Air Max Moto+ 4

Item #NIK921
MSRP:$84.99

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Touted as Nike's best cushioning shoe, the Moto + 4 gives you the ultimate in shock absorption technology. The highly breathable upper keeps your feet cool and happy. And you can turn your iPod® into a running computer with this Nike + enabled shoe. Place your sensor in the shoe to feed data to a receiver attached to your iPod®.
*Nike+ sensor sold separately

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Specifications:

  • Predecessor Product Type:  Air Max Moto 3
  • Shock Absorption: Forefoot|Air-Sole
  • Toebox Width: Medium
  • Shoe Construction: SLIP
  • Midsole Material: Compression molded EVA
  • Outsole Material: Carbon rubber
  • Upper Material: Mesh|Synthetic leather

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Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe
 
2.8

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1.0

I have worn the Air Max ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

I have worn the Air Max moto 4 for over 1 year and run approx 75 miles per week. I have not have one injury until they added this + garbage(I can no longer find the plain Max Moto 4 ). I don't know what they did, the shoe looks identical but feels very stiff. After a week of using I now have horrible achilles pain. The doctor thinks it may be a partial tear and I can no longer run. Steer clear of these new Max moto 4 +.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Initially loved the ...

By kathi

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

Initially loved the shoes...now less than 100 miles in can really feel the sensor box to the point I have altered my gait. Anone else having this problem? I want to send my shoes back to Nike because I need new ones. No insole change has helped.... Argh

 
4.0

I adore this shoe. Have ...

By janie

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

I adore this shoe. Have been running in Nike Air Max Motos for the past 4 years. Sure, the toe box of the IV is a little roomier than the Moto III, but it hasn't bothered me in the least. I'm on the petite side, but I've gotten at least 350+ miles out of each pair of Motos I've purchased in the past 4 years. Tried the Air Pegasus about a month ago-- and that shoe just didn't work for me (went right back to the Max Moto).

 
4.0

I have no comparison to a ...

By D Rob

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

I have no comparison to a previous model, but I really like this shoe. I run in this and the pegasus and I do between 10-15 mi/week, so I'm not hardcore. But this shoe is very comfortable. I have a Mizuno WR 9 too and I wish I got these first. 5+ miles and my feet noticeably swell up...my toes don't hurt in the end with this shoe. So I guess I might be like my fellow reviewers, except I'll be stocking up on this edition of the shoe!

 
3.0

I love the weight of this ...

By Karyn

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

I love the weight of this shoe, but I have to agree with the other reviews in that the shoe is too roomy and boxy...I can't get the shoe to feel comfortable. But because I LOVE the I pod sensor feature so much, I am sticking with the shoe and trying different lacing techniques to make it fit!

 
3.0

Must agree with other's ...

By Kathy

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

Must agree with other's comments. The Moto 3 was a much better shoe. I've also stashed several pairs of Moto 3s. The Moto 4 is too roomy in the toebox. The 4 isn't a bad shoe, but the fit is quite different. Nike's move to make these shoes wider didn't work for me.

 
2.0

I have to follow suit ...

By jleboeuf

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Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

I have to follow suit with the two prior reviewers as well, I'm afraid. I have three pairs of the Moto 3 and they are superb shoes. I bought two pairs last year and am currently trying to stretch a few more miles out of my second pair before switching to the third (which I luckily found at a retail store for $59). I bought the Moto 4 thinking that Nike would continue in the same fashion as the 3, but after just a brief trial period, it was evident that the shoe was not as good as its predecessor. The 4 does have a similar feel to the 3, but it lacks the smooth ride and cushion that made the 3 a mainstay for me. Nike has done this before though, so I can't say I'm surprised. The Air Structure Triax was a great shoe that they discontinued several years ago. The Moto was as close as a replacement would come for the following years, until now. So, I suppose that I too must echo the posts before me - if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

 
2.0

Disappointing 'upgrade' ...

By Bob

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

Disappointing 'upgrade' to a very good shoe. Nike seem to have screwed up the fit with this version - much more roomy (i.e. loose) fitting. Don't notice much difference in heel cushioning even though it's meant to have been improved. Have bought a couple of pairs of the Moto 3 and hope they last me until the Moto 5 (and that the fit improves with it).

 
4.0

Although I prefer the ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Womens Nike Air Max Moto+ 4 Running Shoe:

Although I prefer the Moto 3 this shoe is fine! I've run hundreds of miles without any problems while training for this fall's marathon.

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1.    janie rated this product 4 stars
Mon, October 22,2007:
I adore this shoe. Have been running in Nike Air Max Motos for the past 4 years. Sure, the toe box of the IV is a little roomier than the Moto III, but it hasn't bothered me in the least. I'm on the petite side, but I've gotten at least 350+ miles out of each pair of Motos I've purchased in the past 4 years. Tried the Air Pegasus about a month ago-- and that shoe just didn't work for me (went right back to the Max Moto).
2.    Anonymous rated this product 1 star
Thu, June 07,2007:
I have worn the Air Max moto 4 for over 1 year and run approx 75 miles per week. I have not have one injury until they added this + garbage(I can no longer find the plain Max Moto 4 ). I don't know what they did, the shoe looks identical but feels very stiff. After a week of using I now have horrible achilles pain. The doctor thinks it may be a partial tear and I can no longer run. Steer clear of these new Max moto 4 +.
3.    kathi rated this product 2 stars
Sat, May 12,2007:
Initially loved the shoes...now less than 100 miles in can really feel the sensor box to the point I have altered my gait. Anone else having this problem? I want to send my shoes back to Nike because I need new ones. No insole change has helped.... Argh
4.    Karyn rated this product 3 stars
Fri, May 04,2007:
I love the weight of this shoe, but I have to agree with the other reviews in that the shoe is too roomy and boxy...I can't get the shoe to feel comfortable. But because I LOVE the I pod sensor feature so much, I am sticking with the shoe and trying different lacing techniques to make it fit!
5.    D Rob rated this product 4 stars
Sat, March 31,2007:
I have no comparison to a previous model, but I really like this shoe. I run in this and the pegasus and I do between 10-15 mi/week, so I'm not hardcore. But this shoe is very comfortable. I have a Mizuno WR 9 too and I wish I got these first. 5+ miles and my feet noticeably swell up...my toes don't hurt in the end with this shoe. So I guess I might be like my fellow reviewers, except I'll be stocking up on this edition of the shoe!
6.    Kathy rated this product 3 stars
Sun, December 17,2006:
Must agree with other's comments. The Moto 3 was a much better shoe. I've also stashed several pairs of Moto 3s. The Moto 4 is too roomy in the toebox. The 4 isn't a bad shoe, but the fit is quite different. Nike's move to make these shoes wider didn't work for me.
7.    Anonymous rated this product 4 stars
Wed, September 27,2006:
Although I prefer the Moto 3 this shoe is fine! I've run hundreds of miles without any problems while training for this fall's marathon.
8.    jleboeuf rated this product 2 stars
Mon, March 20,2006:
I have to follow suit with the two prior reviewers as well, I'm afraid. I have three pairs of the Moto 3 and they are superb shoes. I bought two pairs last year and am currently trying to stretch a few more miles out of my second pair before switching to the third (which I luckily found at a retail store for $59). I bought the Moto 4 thinking that Nike would continue in the same fashion as the 3, but after just a brief trial period, it was evident that the shoe was not as good as its predecessor. The 4 does have a similar feel to the 3, but it lacks the smooth ride and cushion that made the 3 a mainstay for me. Nike has done this before though, so I can't say I'm surprised. The Air Structure Triax was a great shoe that they discontinued several years ago. The Moto was as close as a replacement would come for the following years, until now. So, I suppose that I too must echo the posts before me - if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
9.    Bob rated this product 2 stars
Mon, February 27,2006:
Disappointing 'upgrade' to a very good shoe. Nike seem to have screwed up the fit with this version - much more roomy (i.e. loose) fitting. Don't notice much difference in heel cushioning even though it's meant to have been improved. Have bought a couple of pairs of the Moto 3 and hope they last me until the Moto 5 (and that the fit improves with it).
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