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The Nike Zoom Vomero+ 6 is a running shoe designed for comfortable cushioning and personalized support.

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Pros

Very comfortable overall with a snug fit.

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Excellent support for underpronators and neutral-gair runners alike.

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Manufacturer sizing is accurate.

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The tongue stays put even after long periods of use.

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Very durable--built to withstand even the most active of runners.

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Cons

I am a distance runner that found out the hard way that the plastic mid-sole chip holder in the left shoe causes severe pain after 7 or 8 miles. NOT A GOOD DISTANCE SHOE!

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Lacks some of the cushioning of previous iterations.

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Heel tends to slip after a while running.

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The Nike Zoom Vomero+ 6 is a running shoe designed for comfortable cushioning and personalized support. This latest version of the shoe is altered to be men's-specific, with a crash pad below the heel and deep flex grooves that enhance the natural flexibility of the foot. New elastic mesh panels are also used in the upper that mold to the foot's shape for a snug fit and keep it held to the shoe for better response. A new mesh inner sleeve is also used that wraps around the entire foot for a comfortable fit and easy on and off. Nike Zoom units are still used in the heel and forefoot for low-profile shock absorption, and strong arch support is given to keep the foot relaxed. Reflective elements increase visibility in low light conditions.

Features
  • Best for underpronators to neutral-gait runners
  • Nike Zoom units at the heel and forefoot
  • Weight: 11.6 ounces (men's size 10) 
  • Men's-specific midfoot
  • Elastic mesh panels that lock the foot down and create an adaptable fit
  • Mesh inner sleeve that wraps around the entire foot
  • Gender-specific crash pad below the heel
  • Deep, gender-specific flex grooves
  • Reflective elements for enhanced visibility in low light
  • Arch support
  • Nike+ ready

 

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Frank
01/24/2012 08:54

Bought two pairs in Oct. 2011 to prepare for a January 2012 marathon. Unfortunately I found that the plastic chip holder which is in the mid-sole of the left shoe (which I was not told about when I bought the shoes) causes severe pain in my left foot after 7 or 8 miles. At the marathon another runner asked me how I liked the shoes and said he also had to take the plastic insert out and cover the opening with duck tape. I have since tried that and found it is somewhat better but it seems a shame to have to "Duck Tape" $130.00 shoes.

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