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The Nike Zoom Terra Kiger is a versatile trail running shoe designed for a neutral foot motion.


Important Shipping Note: U.S. sales only.


Conquer the trail with the quick and nimble Nike Zoom Terra Kiger. This low profile trail shoe features a lightweight, seamless upper for a confident fit, while heel and forefoot Zoom Air units keep the ride responsive and fast. A lugged, sticky rubber outsole provides optimal traction over a variety of surfaces so you can focus on charging the trails. 

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Weight: 8.3 oz (size 9)

Stack Height: Heel (23mm), Forefoot (19mm)

Available Widths: D=Medium

How It Fits (based on width D)

  • Heel: Medium to narrow
  • Midfoot: Medium to low volume
  • Forefoot: Medium to narrow
  • Toebox Height: Low
  • Arch Structure: Medium to high
  • Shoe Shape: Semi-Curved


  • Zoom Air located in the heel and forefoot consists of low-profile pressurized air pockets that flex on contact for responsive cushioning.
  • Phylon is a full-length midsole foam that delivers lightweight, resilient cushioning.
  • Crash pad at the bottom of the heel is a decoupled, gender-specific unit that reduces impact shock and corrects over pronation.


  • Multi-Directional Lugs provide increased traction on trails.
  • Environmentally Preferred Rubber located in the forefoot provides multi-surface traction.
  • Dual Density Outsole provides optimal traction in both wet and dry conditions.


  • Engineered mesh comprises the upper, providing lightweight breathability.
  • Seamless Upper provides a smooth, irritation free environment.
  • Dynamic Flywire provides necessary support and unmatched fit while reducing the shoes overall weight.
  • EVA sockliner mimics the curvature of the heel and arch for increased comfort and support.
  • Strobel Last with the upper stitched to full-length fabric for a comfortable underfoot feel.

Footwear Performance Characteristics

Pronation Control: What's This?

  • Neutral
    • Min
    • Mod
  • Support
    • Min
    • Mod
    • Max
  • Motion Control
    • Mod
    • Max

Heel-Toe Offset (mm): What's This?

  • 0
  • 1-2
  • 3-4
  • 5-6
  • 7-8
  • 9-10
  • 11+

Stack Height:

  • Barefoot
  • Minimal
  • Low
  • Medium
  • High
  • Maximal


  • Road
  • Road-Trail
  • Hard Trail
  • Varied Trail
  • Soft Trail

Shoe Type:

  • Premium
  • Standard
  • Performance
  • Racing

Customer Reviews

Comments: I received these shoes a week ago and have done 3 trail runs in them. The shoes are very comfortable and fit great when standing, walking or running on groomed trails. On un-groomed single track etc the lack of forefoot/toe box overlays results in a lot of lateral movement; for me this creates hot spots. I really like the 4mm drop and general feel of the shoe but will wear it only on well groomed trails.
From: Tom, Bristol, TN, USA. June 27th 2014

Comments: awesome trail shoe, very nice, snug fit but as others mentioned sizing up 1/2 size is recommended. i run a lot of city trails which means a mix of roads/pavement and single track but not super technical stuff. still unsure if the lack of a rock plate is going to be an issue for me but i love the way these fit from the moment i put them on and i have never been a huge fan of Nike shoes. thought about ordering the TK's for about a month before finally pulling the trigger and very happy that i did. if Nike made a road version of this shoe i have no doubt it would be just as successful as this version. Well done Nike, now don't change a thing!
From: Anothny, San Francisco, CA, USA. May 30th 2014

Comments: Used to Brooks cascadia 7 and Pure Grit2, I had to size up 1/2 number for Terra Kiger. 47 y.o. 80 kg I use them for 10k trail runs. TK are very confortable, light and they call for a playful fast paced run. However...a big disappointment is the heel of the shoe...both the upper and the sole. The upper needs some firm layer to protect the back of your feet against rocks. Also to hold the heel firmly to avoid undesired lateral movements...otherwise in uneven terrain you may be surprised when you notice a signficant portion of your heel is no longer on top of the sole but laterally displaced (....and yes, I do lace thightly to hold heels). The sole should be wider at the heel ...the rounded up outline looks nice but it gives up some precious-for-balance surface. A wonderful shoe with an appalling heel.
From: Ignacio, Canary Islands. May 23rd 2014

Comments: Nike finally comes up with a legit trail running shoe and a lower drop shoe and it is in the same great package. The light weight combined with a lower drop yet enough cushion make this shoe a good choice for many distances from short, fast trail races to longer ultras. The traction is good enough for most trails, but I wouldn't use it in wet, muddy conditions. The one thing I was nervous about was the soft heel counter. Very similar to that on the Free. I thought my heel would slip, or that I would have to lace them very tight. However, the heel actually fits very nice without having adjust the lacing. I just bought my second pair of these and will be logging many miles in this shoe in the months to come.
From: Sean, San Jose, CA, USA

Comments: Wow, amazing shoe! I've always struggled to find a trail shoe that felt light, fast, and responsive while still maintaining enough protection, traction, and cushion for the trails. I've gone through all the race ready trail shoes from NB, Inov8, Brooks, Asics, Montrail, Hoka, Salomon, and Saucony, and Nike has really hit it out of the park with this one. The 4mm drop, extremly comfortable and airy upper, light weight, and responsive cushioning fit and feel similar to a road flat. The zoom cushioning in both front and rear of the shoe offer plenty of rock protection and a springy ride. The outsole offered great traction on technical trails and even felt good for stretches of pavement. The Salomon S-Lab Sense is close to a perfect shoe, but I feel a little too firm in the forefoot. This shoe picks up right where Salomon left off. I'd train and race in them for anything from 1 to 100 miles.
From: Rob, Denver, CO, USA

Comments: With so many great trail shoe options out there meeting the requirements of all running types, Nike was just lagging behind. Personally, I like around a 4mm drop and enough cushioning for long distances, but somewhat minimal as well. The old Brookes Puregrits were perfect for me. However, I was not a fan of the bottom on the new Puregrits. I have ran 2 training runs in the Terra Kinger's (10 miles and 15 miles) and did a 13.2M race in them. The verdict, I love them! Still need to be tested on longer runs with more technical trails, but I am not too concerned with their ability to hold up. If all goes well tomorrow on my 25 mile technical run, they will be coming along up to Waldo 100K. Nice job Nike!
From: Marc, San Francisco CA