- Product Dimensions: 33 x 22.9 x 10.2 cm ; 454 g
- Item model number: 717440-603
- ASIN: B0132XRZJK
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 25 October 2016
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- Rubber sole
- New flymesh upper combines with dynamic flywire technology for breathability, lockdown, and comfort
- Dual-density cushlon midsole features softer foam in the forefoot and firmer foam in the heel
- Heel and forefoot nike zoom units
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The vomero neutral runners know and love is back and better than ever in this 10th edition, built on a new zoom last for a more consistent fit. .
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.