Nike Free running shoes are super flexible to allow for barefoot-like natural movement. These near-minimal shoes provide decent cushioning and are good for midfoot or forefoot running styles and those seeking to change to this style of running.
Nike Zoom Air and running shoes are all about delivering a cushioned ride. This selection of running shoes is best for runners with mid height and higher arched feet and runners with neutral pronation or supination.
Nike Zoom Air Support Running shoes provide assistance for mild and moderate overprantion. The use of Zoom Air provides protective cushioning and a responsive feel.
Nike Flyknit running shoes feature an innovative knit upper to reduce weight while still providing comfort and a secure fit.
Nike Lunar running shoes use a Lunarlon cushioning system to deliver more cushioning than found in similar weight shoes. Additionally, Lunar shoes are built with Dynamic Support to allow each shoe to work for a broad range of pronation.
Nike Air Max Running Shoes utilize a full-length Air bladder to deliver a supremely cushioned ride. Best suited for neutral runners.
These Nike trail running shoes are built with a 4mm heel-toe offset to provide stability and balance over varied terrain. Both shoes weigh less than 10oz and provide great traction over a variety of surfaces. The Kiger has Zoom Air in the heel and forefoot for added protection, whereas the Wildhorse has Zoom Air in the heel.
Nike Racing Shoes are designed for runners competing in road races from 5K to Marathon. These racing flats are lightweight and deliver a good road feel and can also be great shoes for minimalist runners.