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  • Price: £85.00
  • Year: from 2006

Nike Air Zoom Vomero 2

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With its segmented outsole, Nike's new top-end cushioning shoe takes some cues from the company's Free range.

It also uses the new “Control at Origin” stability feature. This is essentially a softer crash-pad on the outside edge of the heel, designed to slow pronation before you move through the gait cycle, rather than stopping it midway through like a more traditional medial post.

That said, it definitely sits in the cushioning category as runners who need stability won't find it supportive enough. If, though, you hanker after a super-cushioned ride, try the Vomero.

Testers noted the forefoot cushioning in particular, but also noted that the shoe felt reasonably fast.

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