Comments: This is a great shoe, but be forewarned, it's hard to run anything under 10 miles in them, they feel so good, you won't want to stop!
From: FP, Fairfax, VA, USA
Comments: I put tons of mileage on 3 pairs of 4's, skipped the 5's, and just picked up the 6's. I must say, the materials used to construct
this shoe are some of the softest, highest quality materials I've ever felt on a running shoe. You almost hate to run in them, they feel as comfortable as a pair of bedroom slippers. (Get 'em while you can folks, because the Vomero has taken a different turn with the 7)
From: Victor, Leesburg, VA, USA
Comments: I'm a 5'9 170 lb runner that has some pronation, but not a ton. I'm using the Vomero for Marathon training, and mostly for long runs. I was previously running in the Nike Structure Triax 14, which is a support shoe built on a somewhat similar last. I also have wide and almost flat feet, and the front of my foot is pretty high volume in terms of width and height. The Vomeros are definitely the most comfortable shoe I've worn on my difficult to fit feet. I could almost even fit in an the regular width, so I suspect these run a little wide (as others have said). The toe box is very generous and the arch support doesn't dig into my arch as I find most Asics or Brooks do. The cushioning on this shoe is simply fantastic, from heel to toe. I've put plenty of miles on them (including a PR 1/2 marathon last week) and find no discomfort, blisters, or pain whatsoever. They actually feel lighter on the foot than their weight would have you think (although they're not a light-weight trainer) and they're fairly responsive. Again, I'm not using them for speedwork (although I've done a few quality workouts in them) but for distance training they take a lot of beating and still feel fresh and comfortable. Only negatives: the heel is a little roomier than I'd like on the 2E, and feels like it slips a little even when I use alternate lacing methods to lock it down (fit everywhere else is spot on). Also, the tongue could be a little longer, but just a little.
From: Matthew, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Comments: Nike redeems the Vomero with the 6... Thank you, Nike! I've put over 2000 miles on Vomeros starting with the 2. And, I've got to say I'm impressed with the 6. They almost lost me with the 5 that I though looked cheap & felt even cheaper. The 6 returns both to flashiness of a top of the line shoe & the responsive comfort I'd expect. Yes, I think it's both better feeling under foot & more responsive. The toe box is bigger than any predecessor - use the ShoeFit guide & consider sizing down. Also, the heal fits a bit more snuggly than the 5 too. In Summary: Great shoe if your neutral & like a cushy ride.
Comments: Soft Ride, fairly flexible shoe with lots of give. Runs a little bit wide in the mid-foot. Plenty of room in the forefoot and soft transition from heel to toe. Great shoe for getting in the longer runs. Great shoe for extreme neutral runners.
From: Luke, KC, MO, USA
Comments: 2E wide version of this shoe is basically same width as the vomero 5D. There is basically 2mm more volume across the toes. Nike should do better in describing the fits as compared to previous models as there is so much internet shopping these days. Will have to try the 4E to try and get extra width. If you liked the fit of vomero 5 you will like the 2E vomero 6.
From: Tim, Australia
Comments: A great ride with a bit more pep to it. The upper feels great,extremely comfortable and a fairly stable ride to boot. Smooth sailing down the road. Fits a bit larger so a 10 was perfect vs my standard 10.5.
From: Moov Forward, Maple Ridge, B.C., CA
Comments: This is the same as the Vomero 5 but with a better fit..forefoot not as wide and midfoot a slight bit snugger...but that is about it...Still oodles of plush cushioning but not a very responsive shoe. Supinators will love it...
From: Derry, Postdam, NY, USA