Nike Running Shoes 2010

Nike Running Shoes 2010Nike is definitely busy with not two but four new footwear launches every year. However this Spring/Summer range has to be probably the most exciting and innovative for a long time. Heading the innovation would be the Free and Lunar range of shoes. You can't pick up the sunday paper or read your blog without getting a reference to 'barefoot running' so it comes as no real surprise that Nike has chosen to make mtss is a big concentrate 2010. In addition to this the phenomenal success of the Lunar range has encouraged Nike introducing three new models.

The Nike Zoom Vomero+ 5 has been created even more comfortable. A brand new extended crash pad, Zoom Air in the heel and forefoot, plus full-length Cushlon allow it to be among the softest rides around and ideal for the heavier neutral runner.

The Nike Air Pegasus+ 27 has been excited having a more responsive Cushlon (ST) lower profile, full length midsole and deeper Flex groves within the forefoot. Also sporting the No-Sew upper the Air Jordan 4 no longer looks dated and is ready to continue its fight to remain on of the worlds most widely used running footwear.Even though the feel of the Nike Air Zoom Structure Triax+ 13 underfoot will remain the same. The upper has gotten an impressive make-over. A light weight, open mesh Breathe upper, honeycomb collar and perforated sock liner happen to be put into supply the maximum quantity of breathability. So if you're an over-pronator with sweaty feet you must be taking a look at the Nike Air Zoom Structure Triax+ 13.

The Nike LunaRacer+ 2 could be the racing flat of the year. Not only does it have the look you would like when lining up around the starting line it backs it up with fantastic performance. The ever impressive LunarLite cushioning offers an large number of cushioning given its weight and Flywire on the upper provides you with even more lightweight support and comfort. 

Nevertheless the Nike Free 4.0 V2 may be the shoe which has captured the interest from the office. The initial colorway leaves a lot to be desired but the performance doesn't. Featuring the Dynamic Support that is behind the hugely successful Nike LunarGlide+ the Nike LunarElite+ adapts to every stride to provide you with as much, or very little, support as you need throughout your run. Ultra-light, ultra-strong Flywire around the upper helps lock your foot down, and the LunarLite cushioning system in the midsole delivers ultra-plush cushioning and springy response. The Nike LunarElite+ should hopefully prove to be the ideal running shoe for everyday training and tempo runs. 

Made to sit between your Nike Lunar and Nike Free range may be the Nike Free 5.0. Featuring the Nike Free last that provides anatomical fit and the Wedged carrier construction as the Nike Lunarglide+ to offer runner-specific dynamic support. The Nike LunarLite seems to provide the better of both worlds.The Nike Free product models updated for Spring 2010 seem to be geared directly at runners versus the general sports population that several of the Free models from previous seasons seem like they were meant for. Ironically they appear to be more engineered which seems to defeat the objective of simulating barefoot running however only time will tell.
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