Weight 324gEvaluation In the two years since it was launched, Nike’s Air Pegasus has proved two things. One, that simple is good. Two, that familiarity is good. The Pegasus has won over many comfort-oriented runners with its light, easy ride
Weight 217gEvaluation Nike says that the Streak can be used for everyday training. But unless youre a super-fast, lightweight, neutral runner, its probably better to reserve them for racing.As with most racing shoes, theyre not designed for heavy
Weight 194gEvaluation The Ekiden is the shoe that Paula Radcliffe wore when she won the Flora London Marathon. Unless youre as fast and efficient as Paula, though, you will probably have to restrict the Ekiden to shorter races.Like the Streak, the Ekiden has a Zoom Air cushionin...
Weight 220gEvaluation The Sock Flame is so cushioned and relatively stable that it could just about pass for a performance trainer. Thats because it uses a one-piece midsole/outsole unit that eliminates the need for heavy outsole rubber. The result: the comfort and support o...
Weight 155gEvaluation We bet you didnt know you needed a pair of these beauties. (We also bet you wont be able to find them in many running shops near you.) Theyre sprinters training shoes, for those days when you need to do 8 x 200m on a track but cant bear the thought of s...
Weight 356gEvaluation Nike puts the Base E forward as a lightweight stability shoe, but its actually just a slightly cheaper alternative to the midweight £60 Air Span Triax, for runners who prefer a chunkier feel.With rearfoot Air cushioning, a
racer/trainers, and then a short-lived 180g racing shoe.Adidas came up with the outrageously-light mesh-soled 131g Mangostin in summer, and now Nike has produced something in between. Still crazy-light by any normal runners standards, the Air Streak
for heavy impacts. The 384g International Triax is the men’s version; the Converge Triax is designed separately for women, on a wider-forefooted last than previous Nikes.
Weight 343g Evaluation This is the third update of the Span/Althea and its the best yet. (The Althea is the women-specific version.) Basically, Nike lightened and simplified this good, straightforward shoe by removing most of the overlays from
Weight 370g Evaluation At the top of Nike's Storm range sits the Crested Butte. Its Gore-Tex upper is designed to protect your feet from anything the elements decide to throw at you. This year's upper is lighter than that previously used, so
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