Nike Air Structure Triax 9 (Men's)

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Nike Air  Structure Triax 9 (Men's)

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14 user reviews of Nike Air Structure Triax 9 (Men's) See all

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Excellent shoe very impressed, difficult to find shoes at 9.5 that fit female foot, and be so comfortable and do the stability job needed Continue reading...
very comfortable i run off 15 stone and had no problems.would recommend to anyone. Continue reading...
Really comfy and supportive and can tell they would help with any little injury problems. But just don't fit properly in right toe box.
Perhap's no nike model will fit me properly. Shame because I can tell the Continue reading...
Footfall? What footfall? Achiles pain gone. Knee pain gone. So effctively cushioned and structured that it feels more like gliding than running. (Well, almost!)I confess to have been floundering about for the i Continue reading...
One of the best stability trainers around, and good value. Continue reading...


Can any please explain why this shoe (is recomened for the neuteral runner yet when I click on the link to buy they are sutable for "Severe Overpronator" Iam a neutral runner and like the sound of these shoes. Is this a small quirk or am I just being dumb (go easy on me as I've only just started running again after a 3 year "rest")
Many Thanks

Posted: 24/06/2006 at 11:33

I think have labelled them incorrectly. They have some support so are suitable for a moderate overpronator. If you're neutral then they aren't the shoe for you.

Posted: 24/06/2006 at 11:49

what would you recomend?

Posted: 24/06/2006 at 11:51

I you want a similar ride and a nutral shoe try the vomero or the skylon from Nike. /the Vomero is more cushioned and has some support and the Skylon more flexible.

Other makes also have equivalents

Posted: 24/06/2006 at 12:00

Many thanks for all the advice

Posted: 24/06/2006 at 13:32

What about the Asics gel 1100.

Posted: 24/06/2006 at 13:51

Your best option is to try some shoes on to find the ones that fit your feet the best.

Posted: 25/06/2006 at 22:32

I'm a bit late on this - anyway: The Triax is different to most other support shoes in that it doesn't have a firm structure to hold the foot in place, it has a slow collapsing air bag on the other side which - so the theory goes, will counter pronation of varying degrees yet not disturb a neutral runner.

Posted: 17/01/2007 at 08:11

I have been running on the triax's for a while and converted many of my family to them. They are amazing for a neutral runner who has a tendency to overpronate.

The only down side as I have just found out is that the air cushion can be burst be thorns and if that happens they become evil shoes!
Role on my nice new triax 9's.

Posted: 27/02/2007 at 23:34

I'm a neutral runner (as diagnosed by a proper running shop), but I used to run in Triax 9s which caused me no end of problems, the worst being that they made my left foot supinate badly. So I would say proceeed with caution in these shoes if you are a neutral runner.

Posted: 02/03/2007 at 13:09

The Nike Structure Triax is definitely with support for your overpronation. I think it is an error when anyone put it into the neutral runners category.

Posted: 02/03/2007 at 15:36

I don't like the orange trim.

Posted: 29/04/2007 at 23:24

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