Cheers, Travis Christabel I have bunion and I ditched my adidas ultra boost for this, but I ended with black toenails on both my feet. I have the Vomero 8, the perfect running shoe for people with sensitive ankles and backpain. I would recommend more than weekly, in my opinion. Upper A single-piece of engineered mesh forms a huge part of the upper. Rubber is almost continuous in the forefoot, but for the flex grooves. So in this case, see if rotating every over day or at least ever two days helps.
Can you please list best shoes in this category? We thank the nice people at Nike for sending us a pair of Zoom Vomero 10 to test. I think they have many more options for running that the Air Max if you are looking for a quality Nike Running shoe. Cheers, Travis Travis Hi Chuck, Thank for the question. Travis Hi Tim, Thanks for replying. The Vomero 10 is able to handle more miles, but both have been tested on the road and treadmill.
The Lunarlon incorporates the Air Zoom bags in the heel and forefoot for responsiveness and shock attenuation. It is rough and hard, the sole looks like plastics. Would you recommend any other brand of the same standard as Vomero if one wants a change? As Nike practically eliminated all sorts of overlays, the structure and density of the Flymesh help with the support and structure of the shoe. . However, both are solid shoes so may come down to preference once you try both on. Please let me know if you were able to get them and how they worked out for you during your first few runs! Have you ever run with a pair of Vomero? They are a bit heavier for some people for marathons — again this is a preference. Let me know what you think after looking at those.
Nike Air Zoom Vomero 10 size and fit The significant changes in the upper results to a different fit in the Vomero 10 relative to the previous model. It is also meant for neutral runners. The Vomero 10 builds on the tradition of is predecessors by providing a lightweight, daily trainer that is able to provide a nice blend of high performance and durability all while providing a comfortable fit and soft ride. I found both are great shoes for doing about 50kms a week in. The ride brings a sense of stiffness with very snappy response.
Let me know if you have more questions, glad to assist. The upper features a good number of changes. The main differences are that the both have updated Flyknit mesh intergrated with Flywire for a customized fit. Since you have some pronation, mild, i would go for Structure or Vomero. Nike is using a newly redesigned midsole combining a Cushlon foam midsole which was added to the Zoom Air to deliver a very comfortable and responsive ride from heel-to-toe. For the Adidas, I have heard nothing but positive things regarding the cushioning and ride.
The enhancements to the upper with the new seamless, lightweight mesh combined with the Flywire make this an extremely comfortable shoe providing a secure fit. The ride is similar but the shoes are designed with different runners in mind — neutral for Vomero 10 and those that need mild to severe overpronation support with the Odyssey. It has adequate cushioning while be lightweight and fast! The updated sole with the combination Cushlon foam addesd the Zoom Air along with the new mesh seamless upper with Flywire for snug, comfortable fit make for an excellent daily trainer and a shoe that go the distance. You may even try the Nike Pegasus 32. Cheers, Travis Travis Hi Zeen, Thanks for the question on the Structure 19 vs. Currently using nimbus 17 in rotation with pegasus 32 and lunarglide which all are great maximalist shoes that provide plenty of cushioning and help run many miles easily with no pain. It has excellent breathability and offers better a structure as Nike removed the overlays in the Air Vomero 10.
They are meant for neutral runners and have plenty of cushioning. The uppers for both are comfortable — Flymesh knit with Flywire — to allow for a personalized feel around your foot. So both would be good. Nike Zoom Vomero 10 Sole Info The Vomero 10 underwent design changes to the sole unit to provide better performance and a smoother more comfortable ride. Travis Hi Debbie, Thanks for your questions.
Cheers, Travis George Hi Travis, Could you be so kind and advise between Vomero 10 and Adidas Supernova Glide 7 Boost? Are you looking for a neutral, cushioned shoe? The Vomero 10 has decent cushioning from heel-to-toe. If you wore something other then Nimbus let me know which one but look at that one. The Structure 19 is designed for runners who need mild to moderate support for overpronation. The newly redesigned, seamless upper combining the Flymesh material throughout with Flywire along the midfoot allow the Vomero 10 to deliver a customized fit around each runners foot. So maybe with Vomero I could have better responsiveness thanks to middle Zoom Air anyway Pegasus looks like perfect balance for me. Outsole Nike uses a more regular lug pattern in the Vomero 10.
The Pegasus 32 and Vomero 10 are very similar in many ways. With a newly redesigned Flywire design, runners can get a very personalized fit for a comfortable run from beginning to end. I am no medical professional, but I believe the Vomero is a great neutral shoe that you can definitely compare against the Nimbus. Cheers, Travis Debbie Can you help me with a problem? This is made of soft blown rubber for traction. Here is review for Nike Structure 19: I would look at the Structure for mild support if you are use to looking and running in neutral shoes but feel you need some support. I hope this helps, if not, let me know if you have other questions.
As a heel-striker, quite plush and accommodating. Not to the point of causing blisters, but you could feel each strand. The shoe provided smooth, quick transition throughout entire ground contact due to the newly updated midsole which now includes new Cushlon foam midsole to go along with the Zoom Air for improved comfort. Cheers Travis Toei Very nice review. Cheers, Travis Travis Hi Apostolis, Thanks for the questions. I had been having foot pain in my metatarsals when I was running in my stiff Asics.