Nike Air Structure Triax 12

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Dominic Keavey
Reviewed: 31 January 2011

Good control. Good cushioning. Wider fit (certainly in Men's)

Good stability shoe, nice control, good levels of cushioning. Fit is great for wide feet. Last well, never overheat.
Never had a problem and I'm on my third pair.
These are tried and tested. Have tried Lunarglides (not enough control) and Asics (terrible fit for me) and always gone back to these structure triax. What's more, they're 'old technology' now so you can pick them up at a good price.
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Fit:
5.0
Responsiveness:
4.0
Cushioning:
4.0
Comfort:
5.0
Breathability:
5.0
Durability:
4.0
Value:
5.0

Dominic Keavey would recommend this product
MDE
Reviewed: 23 March 2010

I like the Triax 12, more comfortable than the Triax 11, supportive, durable and feel a bit lighter

I've been using Triax for 3 years and always have 2 pairs 'in use' - I've trained and run 4 road marathons in them with no blisters or injury. They feel right immediately and the pronation support seems to keep me relatively injury-free. I like the fact that the inner textile remains intact for the life of the shoe and means I can usually get a good 500 miles per pair.
Nike have provided shorter laces with each new release of the Triax and nowhere near long enough for a lace-lock, first job is to transfer the longer laces from the previous model!
Triax are my default running shoe for road and provide a good balance between weight and support. I have 2 pairs of Triax 12 shoes and on the whole I like them more than the previous model
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Fit:
5.0
Responsiveness:
4.0
Cushioning:
4.0
Comfort:
5.0
Breathability:
4.0
Durability:
5.0
Value:
4.0

MDE would recommend this product
Guliano
Reviewed: 21 January 2010

well made and solid shoes

light, durable
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very very good shoes
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Fit:
4.0
Responsiveness:
5.0
Cushioning:
5.0
Comfort:
5.0
Breathability:
5.0
Durability:
4.0
Value:
4.0

Guliano would recommend this product
highway_star
Reviewed: 10 December 2009

COMFORTABLE SHOE WITH THE STABLE SUPPORT MY FOOT NEEDS. WORTH THE £80

the 2.5 score awarded by runners world is pretty brutal! this is a solid, well made shoe without being heavy and with good stability. I do 10km type distance running and these have seen me through summer and now winter conditions with no problems. I had to quit running for a while as a calf problem blew up on me badly but it hasnt returned since I bought these.
the lace length that came with them is short for some reason but I cant mark it down for that! the toe end of the shoe at least looks like it could start to fray and give up on me over time but so far so good. Half a point off for the 'maybe' but it hasnt happened yet.
overall? what I wrote! well made, dependable shoe that suits me and the distance running I do. Seems to have resolved a long time problem I had with a calf injury too. The toe area at least looks like it wont withstand a huge amount of abuse but for £80 these are a good buy and if you see them in a sale I would recommend them.
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Fit:
5.0
Responsiveness:
4.0
Cushioning:
5.0
Comfort:
5.0
Breathability:
3.0
Durability:
4.0
Value:
5.0

highway_star would recommend this product
Martenkay
Reviewed: 06 December 2009

Better than the 10 and 11 versions.

They seem to fit better and the heel lasts longer.
The forefoot seems to wear quicker.
Happier with these than with earlier Nike+ models.I felt Nike+ 'plug' may have affected shoe performance causing aches/injuries. Perhaps I have now changed my running style to suit the 'plug'.
Score breakdown



Fit:
4.0
Responsiveness:
3.0
Cushioning:
3.0
Comfort:
4.0
Breathability:
4.0
Durability:
4.0
Value:
3.0

Martenkay would recommend this product
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