Nike Air Max £119.99

Posted: 9 October 2000

The latest incarnation of one of Nike’s longest running shoes continues last year’s trend to a more runner-friendly product. In truth, this was a move that started last year, but the new shoe has extended the Tubular Air midsole technology from only the rearfoot into the front of the shoe as well. It also has a one-piece stretch-fit upper with an inner sock, which some weartesters found slightly restrictive. Although the shoe is roughly the same weight (360g) as before, it does feel more cushioned, particularly in the forefoot.

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I`ve just got myself a pair(half price) they fit and feel great espiecally the forefoot cushioning, but what problems has anyone had with them ie durability?
Posted: 31/12/2002 at 18:32

Not tried these for a couple of years, but the ones i had previously were brill. i am a heavy runner, 18 stones + and the soles and cushioning lasted ages! cannot believe that the new shoes would be worse!
Posted: 03/01/2003 at 20:32

Hi,i have used a pair for the last year and did not have any trouble with them.
Posted: 04/01/2003 at 01:44

Cheers, I`ve been out a couple of times in them and so far I`m quite impressed.
Posted: 04/01/2003 at 18:47

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