- Product Dimensions: 35.6 x 22.9 x 12.7 cm ; 907 g
- Item model number: 717440-004
- ASIN: B01AY9M658
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 25 October 2016
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- Rubber sole
- Rubber outsole is long-wearing and durable
- Flywire technology
- Traditional lacing system provides a tighter fit for more centralized support
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Turbo-charge your workout with these nike men's zoom vomero 10 running shoes. Durable flywire technology supports and locks down your foot, while mesh fabric increases airflow. Zoom air units cushion impact shock into responsive energy return, and a rubber crash pad softens impact to keep you moving. .
guide to choose the right shoe size:
mense in narrow, medium and wide.
c or n - narrow
d or m - medium (normal)
e or w - wide
womense in narrow, medium, wide and extra wide
aa - narrow
b or m - medium (normal)
d - wide
ee - extra wide
example 1: if your shoe length is 9 uk and you have normal feet (width wise) then your size would correspond to uk 9d for men and uk 9m for women. Example 2: if you have wide or extra wide feet please choose your size length (e. G. Uk 9) and either width size e (men) or ee (women)
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I have the Vomero 9's and they worked great because they have a very flexible toe box. Nike, as is typical, has reworked the shoe in the Vomero 10. When they did, they made the toe box is a little more rigid and the shoe in general is narrower.
I have worn the shoe for a handful of days to break them in. They are very comfortable to walk in, but they really hurt on long runs. I have now run 3 times in the shoe each time for 13 miles. Around mile 9 my right foot really starts to hurt.
*** End of the Year Update ***
I've now worn the shoe in 2 marathons (and the related training) and I wanted to report that my initial impression still holds true. The toe box didn't expand much with wear. I also wore through the rubber and foam portion on the bottom on the shoe faster than I would have liked. I guess its time to find a different shoe for next years training.
This is really Nike's fault for the possible mislabeling of the shoe rather than the seller on Amazon.