It is a decent training shoe. Especially for those who average pretty high weekly milage (60+ miles per week). These shoes are durable and you will easily pull 500-600 miles out of them. Even more, when you take good care of them. I noticed first bit of wear around miles 200-250. Despite that, this wear did not decrease supportive and cushioning "functions" of the shoes. That dropped slightly around mile 450. So ... price VS milage ... great value. However, this durability comes with few downsides as well. These shoes are heavy and I would not recommend them for racing. I would say they are somewhat "CLUMSY". I noticed my average cadence dropped 6 steps per minute in these shoes. They just are bit big, heavier and does not hug your feet as many other Nike shoes. Shortly put - they do not carry your legs forward, instead you have to drag them along. P.S. This shoe is literally 12mm bigger than other Nike shoes in my size. Also somewhat wider. I highly recommend you to follow this guide when ordering online ... 1. Training for races up to 10K ... order a size smaller than you usually do. 2. Training for races up to half marathon ... order half a size smaller than you usually do. 3. And for marathon and up ... when you usually order one size up, to give your legs room to "get swollen", do not do that. Go for your regular size. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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