268g (equivalent to mens 319g)
If youre an occasional runner who doesnt want an ordinary running shoe, the women-only Air Max Verona could work for you. Its built on a proper running base, with rearfoot Max Air and forefoot Air cushioning. The difference is in the slip-on upper. Its not as stable as a laced upper, but its a step up from other slip-on training shoes because a cross-over cover helps to keep your foot secure.
If youre going to run for more than 20 minutes at a time, or you know you have stability problems, youd be well-advised to look for a more serious running shoe (itll probably be cheaper, too). The Veronas Max Air cushioning may be super-soft and the slip-on fit may be neat, but a more supportive shoe will provide more insurance for keeping injury at bay.
The Air Max Verona is aimed at the increasing number of women who are beginning to run. Its got plenty of cushioning and it certainly looks different, but if youre planning to run far, you should probably have your needs assessed at a specialist running shop. Theyll be able to tell you whether you need a more serious shoe.
Try it if you liked Nike Air Presto Faze (£70)