Lightweight breathable open sandwich mesh upper - keeps your feet cool whilst our running in hot conditions.
Phylon midsole - A responsive, cushioned EVA midsole material keeping you from landing too heavy and makes your ride much more comfortable. Dual density - Higher density EVA on the medial (inside) of the shoe which helps prevent over pronation and keeps your feet in an upright position. Dynamic Archbridge - TPU (plastic) bridge that sits next to the dual density and acts as an additional feature to reduce over pronation. TPU overlays - Supportive overlays lock your foot in place and stops it from slipping about reducing the risk of blisters and injuries.
NIKE AIR ZOOM STRUCTURE TRIAX+ 15 RUNNING SHOES An updated version for 2012. This shoe uses advanced technology to keep the foot secure and supported, while maintaining a superior level of low-profile, lightweight cushioning. It features multiple pronation-control features and a snug, comfortable fit that enables no-distraction runs. A great shoe for the runner seeking the perfect blend of support, cushioning and fit. A great shoe for the runner needing that extra support if they over-pronate. Inside of the foot features a medial post along the midfoot and heel, as well as a heel crash pad and other stability features that work together to limit pronation without added stiffness. Large expanses of open mesh on the upper ensure plenty of ventilation, and a notched innersleeve cradles the foot for a comfortable run. Also featuring the Zoom Air units in the heel and forefoot combined with a full Nike Cushlon midsole for a supremely cushioned and responsive ride. Packed full of technology, these highly supportive running shoes are ideal for anyone who needs decent support to help improve their natural running gait.
Key Product Details
- Brand: Nike
- Title: Nike Zoom Structure+ 15 Running Shoes
- Color: White
- Package Quantity: 1
The Nike Zoom Structure+ 15 Running Shoes is one of our top picks, available in store, within the array of cushioned running shoes for men and women. For a lot of runners, a rolling of the feet when striking the ground helps to absorb the impact shock that is otherwise transmitted through your joints and all the way up to the spine. However some runners' feet do not roll inwards or outwards in the landing process. That's where this type of running shoe can play a vital role. Cushioned shoes are particularly geared to diminishing the shock when your foot does strike the ground.