Comments: This shoe is very firm and has horrible transition. It just feels unnatural through the gait cycle. The fit is nice but the cushioning is just not pleasant. I had the 8s which seemed a little better. This shoe feels like something out of the 70s as far as cushion.
From: Jack. February 6th 2015
Comments: The Vomero 9 feels like running on a soft, springy track no matter where I go. I usually run in more minimal shoes, and despite being much more shoe than I'm accustomed to, the Vomero 9 does not feel at all bulky. I'm still able to pick up the pace without feeling weighed down. The cult following behind the Nike Vomero is well deserved and just hooked another member.
From: GHSTRNNR, Houston, TX, USA. October 28th 2014
Comments: These shoes are absolutely fantastic. They are a little squishy due to the air units in both the heel and the forefoot but they're good for normal daily training and long runs. I wouldn't use them for any fast stuff, they're not that responsive but that's easy to overlook. There also remarkably flexible for a shoe this cushioned. As for the sizing, they fit like the Pegasus 30s did last year and that Pegasus 31s this year fit like the Vomero 8s did last year. Compared to the normal Nike last that means it fits a little wider but that's perfect for me. One thing I was concerned about when I tried on the shoe the first time was that I would really feel the air unit in the forefoot (like I did in the elite 6s) , But that wasn't the case. I went on a 10 mile run the day I got them and I didn't feel anything out of the ordinary. I'm pretty light though, so a heavier runner might have a little bit of a different experience. I'm going to buy up every pair of these Nike makes, I l ove them that much
From: Matt, St Paul, MN, USA. June 14th 2014