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A serious racing shoe with underfoot protection for longer distances, the Nike Zoom Streak 4 provides moderate cushioning and a semi-firm ride.


Important Shipping Note: U.S. sales only.


The Nike Zoom Streak 4 is designed for the serious half to full marathon runner. Well cushioned, yet streamlined, this shoe has a thin mesh upper for great breathability and a lightweight feel. The responsive platform includes zoom air in the heel for cushioning over long distances. Good for road racing and up tempo training.

Sizing Note: Men's sizes only. Fits small. Men should order 1/2 size larger than standard running shoe size. Women should order 1 size smaller than standard running shoe size.

Model Number:

Weight: 7.1 oz (size 9)

Stack Height: Heel (29mm), Forefoot (18mm), non-removable insole

Available Widths: D=Medium

How It Fits (based on width D) 

  • Sizing: Fits small; purchase 1/2 size larger than standard running shoe size
  • Heel: Medium to narrow 
  • Midfoot: Low to medium volume
  • Forefoot: Narrow to medium width
  • Toe-Box Height: Medium to low
  • Arch Structure: Medium-high
  • Shoe Shape: Curved


The Zoom Streak 4 is a moderate feature, minimum neutral racing shoe designed for 5k to marathon distances.


  • Zoom Air located in the heel consists of a low-profile pressurized air pocket that flexes on contact for responsive cushioning.
  • Cushlon LT is a full-length midsole foam that delivers plush, resilient cushioning.
  • Ultra lightweight mesh covering the upper is super thin for lightweight breathability and high performance.
  • Overlays are strategically placed in the midfoot for increased flexibility and a secure fit.
  • Strobel Last with the upper stitched to full-length fabric for a comfortable underfoot feel.
  • Extra thick Duralon blown rubber is used in the forefoot under the metatarsal area for improved cushioning.
  • BRS 1000 carbon rubber is located along the heel for durability.

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've had at least 10 pairs of the version 3, and 2 of the version 4. I had to purchase one half size up in the 4's. Be warned - the issue is that the length of the toebox was scaled back between models. The uppers of the version 4 do not hold up like the version 3 Zoom Streak. The uppers rip out on the inside just above the top of the arch of the insole. Both shoes of each pair ripped between 50 and 100 miles of wear. However, the rip does not seem to significantly impact the fit and feel of the shoe. They remain secure and responsive. The new tread does tend to last longer but on cold days it is stiffer than the rubber used on the 3's and you'll notice a bit more "click" or "tap" sound at the footfall. The fit is similar (for me) to the version 3 except it seems to have a slight amount more midfoot protection/absorption - I won't say cushion as this is a great racing flat/lightweight trainer - and not a shoe you should try if you are looking for cushion. It is a fast shoe for 10K & up (roads). Given a choice on marathon day, I'll break out a pair of Zoom Streak 3's from my reserve, but once they are gone, I'll opt for the version 4 - unless Nike corrects the issues and makes the version 5 similar to the version 3!
From: Paul, Ohio, US

Comments: The shoe is quite heel unstable and that might not be a problem for road racing. on the other hand the cushoning is excellent. Anyway, I must express my disappointment since after 200km the inside mesh tore (looks like nike did those yellow horizontal cuts to ease the task), after 250km the external did the same and the shoe just wobbles on your feet. At least they don't have the extremely high arch like the streak 3. Still, I'm back to my adios 2, 20grams heavier but at least they're properly built, grippier and fit better.
From: Gabriele, Milan, Italy

Comments: Well,I have run 2 marathons in these with PRs and did a back to back marathon with these shoes which fitted well.  These shoes are not for everyone; I have the streak 3s and they are different but i like the the 4s better.  If you have feet just narrower than regular then these might be good i think.  Its sad that i moved down south and my feet have swollen from the hot temperatures so Im sad i cannot wear them for my upcoming marathons.
From: Luke, Fort Riley, KS, USA

Comments: If you were a fan of the Streak 3, prepare to be disappointed. I went through two pairs of the 3 before finding, to my dismay, that there were no pairs left in my size. So I decided to try the 4. And, in typical Nike fashion, everything that was good in the 3 was not to be found in the 4. Gone was the no frills upper of the 3 that could accommodate my wide foot. The 4 also added more overlays which created a nasty hotspot on my first metatarsal head. And, as if it couldn't get any worse, the yellow mesh panel on the side of the shoe has ripped after only 50 miles of running. Nike, you have lost my seal of approval yet again.
From: Anon, Anytown, USA

Comments: Could not find any reviews or videos on this so I decided to see how they were myself.  The shoe is a good flat, only ran 7 miles max in them and didn't have any problem.  A wider mid-foot part than the zoom streak 3 so its a bit more comfortable.  Nice and responsive also so if you have a wide foot than don't get these, but i hope they hold well on my marathon.
From: Luke, Fort Drum, NY, USA