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The Nike Vomero+ 7 is a premium trainer that comes close to running on clouds, with maximum cushioning and an extra-soft ride.


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Treat yourself to luxury with the Nike Zoom Vomero 7. This shoe is designed for maximum shock absorption and ultimate comfort, giving you a ride that protects your feet and feels great at the same time. The form-fitting upper wraps your foot securely, and the soft midsole foam offers pillowy cushioning, for a truly serene running experience.

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Weight: 11.2 oz (size 9)

Stack Height: Heel (31mm), Forefoot (21mm)

Available Widths: D=Medium, 2E=Wide

How It Fits (based on width D)

  • Sizing: Standard running shoe length
  • Heel: Medium to narrow
  • Midfoot: Medium volume
  • Forefoot: Medium
  • Toe-Box Height: Medium
  • Arch Structure: Medium
  • Shoe Shape: Semi-Curved


The Nike Zoom Vomero+ 7 is a maximum featured, moderate neutral shoe designed for daily training and high mileage.  This shoe is Nike+ Sensor compatible.


  • Zoom Air located in the heel and forefoot consists of low-profile pressurized air pockets that flex on contact for responsive cushioning.


  • Cushlon is a full-length midsole foam that delivers plush, resilient cushioning.
  • Natural Motion Engineering design incorporates strategically placed grooves for a flexible, smooth, and more natural ride.


  • Open mesh covering the upper provides great breathability.
  • Suede Overlays provide a structured hold and secure fit.
  • Flywire around the midfoot is made of high tensile strength fibers layered between TPU and foam for a strong, lightweight, and dynamic fit.
  • Dynamic Fit uses a supportive inner sleeve that wraps under the arch and around the midfoot for increased arch support and an adaptive fit.
  • Molded FitFrame wraps the heel for additional heel support.
  • Dual-layer Ortholite sockliner with Fitsole geometry sits underfoot and provides additional cushioning and comfort.


  • BRS 1000 carbon rubber provides durable traction.
  • Duralon uses blown rubber in the forefoot under the metatarsal area for improved cushioning.
  • Waffle outsole design provides multi-surface traction and a touch of cushioning.
  • Flex Grooves are gender-specific for enhanced flexibility and heel-to-toe efficiency.

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 have been running in Vomeros for the last six years or so and purchased at least 15 pairs in that time. I average 25 to 50 miles per week pushing sub 8 minute miles. I have experimented several times with other brands but have been disappointed or injured by the switch and always come back to the Vomero.
From: Edward, San Antonio, Texas 

Comments: Im a neutral runner who runs 10 or more miles a day, and I hates shoes with big heels. I love the vomero 7 compared to the asics gt-2000, which caused foot pain due to stiffness. New Balance zero, although great, lacked forefoot cushioning. I decided to try Vomero 7- it has good flexibility and the cushioning is amazing; in addition it has a lower profile. I have no problems with this shoe, the only thing I would change is to have the next vomero at 4mm drop or zero; the reason is because not only will it improve a person's form, but also decrease injuries due to a low heel.
From: Michael James, Arizona

Comments: Very disappointed in this Vomero series. I loved the Vomero 4,5,6 but this shoes is causing pain in my shins and ankles. Not sure what about the design causes it. But it is what it is for me and I am looking else where for my runners.
From: James, San Antonio, Texas

Comments: Nike is doing their best to ruin a once great shoe, this thing is a monstrosity, it's a beast, it doesn't work.
From: Rick, Potomac, MD, USA

Comments: I agree with many of the other reviewers. I really don't see this shoe as having a "plush" ride as claimed in the description. There is noticeably less cushion compared to the 4, 5, and 6 which I loved.  I will be looking elsewhere for a more cushioned shoe.
From: Butch, Goldsboro, NC, USA

Comments: I have owned these now for about 5 months and use them in a series of shoes with other brands mixed in. Recently, I have chosen these as a long distance trainer (10+ miles). I am a neutral runner with slight pronation and the lack of support has caused me major issues. While it's a great shoe for From: Chris, Houston, Texas

Comments: Shoe felt great, as all Vomero's generally do, but I couldn't get past the all white sole.  I know it sounds petty, but the shoes really do look like your grandfather's Florida shuffleboard shoes or something.  Guess I'll hold out for further color options..
From: Bharat

Comments: I am a long time Vomero runner and I am really disappointed in these. I miss the cushioning, the arch is now to far forward, I don't care for the fit and I don't like the way the look (although, this is least important). I just don't like running in them. For me the vomero dynasty is over, I have purchase several pair a year for each prior version, I returned the 7's.
From: Jeff, Long Island, NY, USA

Comments: Vomero 7 is lighter and less bulky than previous versions. The soft ride is still there although its not as cushioned as previous versions. Nike didn't stiffen the ride, its just the lowered heel toe drop(slightly) which makes it feel a touch less cushioned. I do prefer the pegasus 29 as it reminds me more of the ride of the vomero 4,5,6 than the vomero 7 does.
From: Tim, Juno Beach, FL

Comments: I would just like to add to my comment one thing that I just noticed, the durability of the upper(the mesh) is just bad: under the laces, this mesh just torned easly, it appears on the forefoot upper too, and I have to admit that it is bad for a Vomero and for a NIKE shoe that is freaking expensive! (By the way, I kept the shoe upper safe and clean all the time, just running in them on road or treadmill!)
From: Shahar, Be'er Sheva, Israel

Comments: I've bought the Vomero+ 7, I have to admit, I had high expections from them, and honestly, they are AMAZING, they feel great! I'm a neutral runner that need some support, with medium arch and have a regular width. When I first put them on, they felt great, great lacing system and amazing "Dynamic Fit" feature, the cushion was great as wel as the soft feel(which some will say stiff but I don't think so), the support and protection were there, the only thing I didn't like is the width of the forefoot that was a little wide for me, but other than that its just great. Now to the run, my first run with the shoes was a 6k run, they felt great, I'm a midfoot-heel striker and the cushioning felt great, the weight transition from heel to forefoot was great and the protection was huge. For a Vomero, these shoes are pretty light, and are pretty responsive. I enjoy running in these shoes, and happy that I bought them even though they are a little expensive for running shoes.
From: Shahar, Be'er Sheva, Israel

Comments: A more sporty ride with the lower heel and a great fit. More luxury sport and a smoother transition.
From: Ken, Kingston Upon Thames, UK

Comments: I never cared for the prior Vomero versions but love this one.  It has plenty of cush, but a little less than the prior versions, and feels a little more level in the profile. Not quite as pogo-stick like as before yet still very protective.  There aren't enough positive words to describe Nike's new Dynamic Fit feature. It's not just marketing hype - it really moves/adjusts to your foot so well in the arch and mid-foot!  One of my feet is oddly shaped and flexibility in that area is so nice to have. Still feels supportive at the same time. As for the color, to each their own, but to me not every shoe has to be tiger-striped orange or electric pink.  The color combo looks fine, imo.
From: Nate, Des Moines, IA, USA

Comments: Shoe felt great, as all Vomero's generally do, but I couldn't get past the all white sole.  I know it sounds petty, but the shoes really do look like your grandfather's Florida shuffleboard shoes or something.  Guess I'll hold out for further color options.. 
From: Dillon, Herndon, VA, USA