• Men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14
  • Men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14
  • Men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14
  • Men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14
  • Men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14
  • Men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14
  • Men's Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14

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The Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14 takes responsive cushioning to the next level. A full-length Zoom Air unit works with Nike React cushioning to deliver a super snappy, smooth ride. Up top, the sleek design is engineered to support your stride.

Best Ever Vomero --- ekinecco

I love that Nike designers have provided a better color choice for those of us who wear wide and extra wide shoes. Like many I agree that the color offerings for wide feet could be a bit brighter not so dull. I mean how much black can you have in the mix? Midsole is radically comfortable with more spring back than any other recent new products. My suggestion: use this material for other high-end shoes. Tounge is shorter than other Nike products. What’s with that? Shoe has very subtle cool design features like like printed on the tounge which you almost miss. Swoosh is also tweaked with trims that are totally new. In the end, the shoe is simply comfortable, great for long runs and short runs as well as walking. Simply put: its very ?? cool! Go buy it and Nike will have to your doorstep in three days!

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For me, a work in progress --- nasnas444

I think the Extra Wide option that Nike provides is a great thing. I maintain that their color choices could be better (very often the extra wides are black or white, maybe they go crazy with a gray) but am willing to work with what I can get. However, I have been disappointed with some of the cuts of these shoes. I first noticed the extra wide option on the Vomero 12s. The shoe fit so perfectly and they even offered a nice blue/orange option. I bought three pairs. I tried the Structure 21s next- the toe box wasn't even close to being wide enough and I couldn't take a step without feeling my big toe coming through the side of the shoe. It made me think I needed to go back to Vomeros (I wanted to try the Structure 22s in blue, but I was worried they would be similar). I only saw the 13s available in black, wasn't that big on the design and saw some reviews that they were generally a narrower cut so I skipped those. I received my 14s the other day and the first thing I noticed was the length was longer than the 12. I will have to try a 1/2 size down. The width in the toe box was decent- not as good as the 12 and hopefully the lower size does not cut it down to an unmanagable level. Overall, the shoe seems well-made and provides good support. The tongue is a little short for my liking but not a deal breaker. They didn't feel as immediately comfortable as my 12s but hopefully as they break in my exchanged version will be a keeper. For 15s, I am hoping for a little wider toe box and some better color choices.

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Took the Peg 35 and Epic React and made the perfect shoe --- NeilC897039625

So I've always been a fan of the Nike Pegasus and until recently they have been my go to shoe. After suffering an injury I needed a little more cushioning so I moved across to the Nike React Epic Flyknit which has been an eye opener for energy return and comfort. I wondered if Nike would upgrade the Peg to include React foam, but instead they took the full Zoom air bag from the Peg and the React foam and combined them into this shoe. I took them straight out the box, laced and went a did a 10k with sub 4 km/min intervals thrown in and they were just perfect! What a fantastic combination, this is my now go to shoe over everything, fast, responsive, comfortable, hard wearing. Only shoe that outshines this is my Vaporfly 4% but at £210 a pop it's a Sunday best shoe. The Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14 will cover me on all training duties and here's hoping Nike bring out a shield version so I can continue to wear them even in the rain. Top work Nike!

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Best Ever Vomero --- ekinecco

I love that Nike designers have provided a better color choice for those of us who wear wide and extra wide shoes. Like many I agree that the color offerings for wide feet could be a bit brighter not so dull. I mean how much black can you have in the mix? Midsole is radically comfortable with more spring back than any other recent new products. My suggestion: use this material for other high-end shoes. Tounge is shorter than other Nike products. What’s with that? Shoe has very subtle cool design features like like printed on the tounge which you almost miss. Swoosh is also tweaked with trims that are totally new. In the end, the shoe is simply comfortable, great for long runs and short runs as well as walking. Simply put: its very ?? cool! Go buy it and Nike will have to your doorstep in three days!

More

For me, a work in progress --- nasnas444

I think the Extra Wide option that Nike provides is a great thing. I maintain that their color choices could be better (very often the extra wides are black or white, maybe they go crazy with a gray) but am willing to work with what I can get. However, I have been disappointed with some of the cuts of these shoes. I first noticed the extra wide option on the Vomero 12s. The shoe fit so perfectly and they even offered a nice blue/orange option. I bought three pairs. I tried the Structure 21s next- the toe box wasn't even close to being wide enough and I couldn't take a step without feeling my big toe coming through the side of the shoe. It made me think I needed to go back to Vomeros (I wanted to try the Structure 22s in blue, but I was worried they would be similar). I only saw the 13s available in black, wasn't that big on the design and saw some reviews that they were generally a narrower cut so I skipped those. I received my 14s the other day and the first thing I noticed was the length was longer than the 12. I will have to try a 1/2 size down. The width in the toe box was decent- not as good as the 12 and hopefully the lower size does not cut it down to an unmanagable level. Overall, the shoe seems well-made and provides good support. The tongue is a little short for my liking but not a deal breaker. They didn't feel as immediately comfortable as my 12s but hopefully as they break in my exchanged version will be a keeper. For 15s, I am hoping for a little wider toe box and some better color choices.

More

Took the Peg 35 and Epic React and made the perfect shoe --- NeilC897039625

So I've always been a fan of the Nike Pegasus and until recently they have been my go to shoe. After suffering an injury I needed a little more cushioning so I moved across to the Nike React Epic Flyknit which has been an eye opener for energy return and comfort. I wondered if Nike would upgrade the Peg to include React foam, but instead they took the full Zoom air bag from the Peg and the React foam and combined them into this shoe. I took them straight out the box, laced and went a did a 10k with sub 4 km/min intervals thrown in and they were just perfect! What a fantastic combination, this is my now go to shoe over everything, fast, responsive, comfortable, hard wearing. Only shoe that outshines this is my Vaporfly 4% but at £210 a pop it's a Sunday best shoe. The Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14 will cover me on all training duties and here's hoping Nike bring out a shield version so I can continue to wear them even in the rain. Top work Nike!

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