880565-001 Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 4 Running - Uomo

SKU: 880565-001

Disponibilità: Disponibile

Breve descrizione

Style: Running

Color: Grigio

Gender: Uomo

Disponibilità: Disponibile

Prezzo di listino: 121,00 €

Special Price 70,18 €

Prezzo di listino: 121,00 €

Special Price 70,18 €

Dettagli

Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 4 Grigio

PROTEZIONE E COMFORT


Pensata per il trail running, la scarpa da running Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 4 - Uomo è dotata di un piatto suola che protegge il piede sui terreni accidentati e di cavi Flywire che avvolgono l'arco plantare per assicurare supporto e comfort.


Vantaggi

  • Tomaia resistente, costituita da strati in tessuto e mesh, per affrontare al meglio i terreni accidentati
  • Cavi Flywire che si integrano ai lacci per massima stabilità del piede
  • Robusto piatto suola sull'avampiede per proteggere il piede da pietrisco e altri detriti
  • Morbida schiuma avvolgente sulla caviglia per un comfort sostenitivo
  • Intersuola in schiuma phylon con unità Nike Zoom Air nel tallone per una maggiore ammortizzazione
  • Suola Waffle con gomma antiabrasione sui lati per trazione e resistenza

  • Dettagli del prodotto

  • Peso: 306,1 g (misura da uomo 44)
  • Differenziale: 8 mm
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    typebrad
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    Wildhorse Forever

    I have owned every generation of this shoe and it seems to be the shoe I ALWAYS go back to. Its like the Wildhorse was made for my feet and stride specifically. Please dont ever discontinue these, Nike!

    kicemana
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    Great hiking shoes

    I wear Wildhorses as hiking shoes rather than trail runners, and they perform fantastically. I started with the Wildhorse 1, and enjoyed it but they ran small and the sole seemed to lack some durability. The 3 and 4 still run small compared to all other Nike's I wear, but they do seem to have improved durability. Even hiking the unforgivingly rocky desert terrain around Arizona (including granite that wrecks every part of a shoe), they held up well. So far I have hiked approximately 50 miles of shoe-shredding desert trails and the 4s are almost unscathed. I suspect if you wear these on a stereotypical forest trail they will hold up for quite a while. I just completed hiking the Grand Canyon, Rim to Rim, in one day wearing my Wildhorse 4s. My feet are pretty much the only part of my body that do not ache in any way. I got a small blister on the side of my big toe that I only noticed after taking my shoes off. As far as cushion and protection from the jutting rocks, these performed fantastically. My feet never fatigued or felt any discomfort. As compared to the Wildhorse 3s, the biggest change is the fixed strap over the midfoot. It did not affect fit for me, and did help my feet feel more snug. Also, the tongue is stuck in place giving this shoe more of a sock-like fit as on some of the flyknit shoes. I appreciate one less thing to have moving around. The one caveat is that I find the Wildhorses, as a product line, to run about 1 size small. Since age 16 I have worn a size 14 in every Nike product I have tried, which is primarily running shoes. In Wildhorses a 14 leaves my feet cramped so I have to go up to a 15. Great shoes, highly recommend. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

    BradA84090706
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    the Goldilocks Shoe

    The Wildhorse 3 was about as good as an everyday, high mileage trainer gets for me. The fit, performance, durability, and price made the shoe arguably the best value going for my needs. Version 3 yielded over 600 miles a pair, which given the terrain I run is exceptional. The fit is excellent for a medium to medium-wide foot. The midsole provides wonderful cushioning for those who don't need/want a maximal shoe, while groundfeel is decent given the levels of comfort and rock plate-aided protection. There are certainly lighter, more responsive, technically capable shoes out there, but no shoe manages to balance the attributes mentioned above in the way the Wildhorse does. Version 4 appears to have addressed a problem with midfoot security that I didn't personally experience with V3, but the fix fortunately hasn't hampered the fit/performance for my particular foot. I will say that I don't actually find the revised flywire system especially effective if you're looking for greater levels of midfoot lock-down. My real complaint with V4, unfortunately, is durability With roughly 225 miles in V4 I've sheared a lug or two clean off (exposing the rock plate), and have otherwise experienced extreme lug wear compared to previous versions. Disappointing, to say the least. I've had such great experience with Wildhorses that I'd likely still recommend them, with the caveat to watch the outsole carefully for durability issues. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

    BradA84090706
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    Value
    Price

    the Goldilocks Shoe

    The Wildhorse 3 was about as good as an everyday, high mileage trainer gets for me. The fit, performance, durability, and price made the shoe arguably the best value going for my needs. Version 3 yielded over 600 miles a pair, which given the terrain I run is exceptional. The fit is excellent for a medium to medium-wide foot. The midsole provides wonderful cushioning for those who don't need/want a maximal shoe, while groundfeel is decent given the levels of comfort and rock plate-aided protection. There are certainly lighter, more responsive, technically capable shoes out there, but no shoe manages to balance the attributes mentioned above in the way the Wildhorse does. Version 4 appears to have addressed a problem with midfoot security that I didn't personally experience with V3, but the fix fortunately hasn't hampered the fit/performance for my particular foot. I will say that I don't actually find the revised flywire system especially effective if you're looking for greater levels of midfoot lock-down. My real complaint with V4, unfortunately, is durability With roughly 225 miles in V4 I've sheared a lug or two clean off (exposing the rock plate), and have otherwise experienced extreme lug wear compared to previous versions. Disappointing, to say the least. I've had such great experience with Wildhorses that I'd likely still recommend them, with the caveat to watch the outsole carefully for durability issues. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

    ljbrewster
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    Wide foot, soft trails.

    The guy at Nike recommended I try the mens shoes because I have a wide foot for a lady. Love it! The shoe is very comfortable and doesnt cramp the toes. I live on an island with varying terrain. These are lightweight sturdy shoes and are great for light to moderate grade trail running. I would recommend something a bit more heavy duty with more ankle support for steap and rocky terrain. But for your every day trail, these are great. My only caviet would be they have no traction on slick wet surfaces, so be careful on wet bridges and wet concrete. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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