Lighter than the predecessor
Asymmetrical lacing, seems to reduce lace pressure
Interior mesh sleeve brings a snug fit
A large section of the sole is foam and it wears out quickly
A mostly neon color line. Hard to find a color that won't show dirt
VERDICT: Ready and responsive, the Nike Air Max 2014 prepare you for fast and cushioned training. Flywire technology, asymmetrical lacing, and an inner mesh gives you a snug fit.
Nike is bringing back the 80s? They inherited a highlighter factory? They wish to create a color even much easier to have dirty than white? Introducing the Volt Hyper Punch shade. I nearly grabbed my wayfarer sunglasses to block out the rad colour scheme when unboxing the shoes.
Nike presents the Nike Air Max 2014 like a neutral trainer with cushioning to the focused runner. It replaces the Air Zoom Elite 6s and brings several wonderful upgrades. The Air Zoom Elite 7s are lighter, have a reduced offset of 8mm, and also have redesigned upper when compared with the 6s.
I will admit, I've usually done effectively with Nike footwear. I have place in more than a thousand miles on a single pair of the Pegasus footwear, so I was fired up to try out out the latest edition with the Air Zoom Elite.
The Air Zoom Elites felt a bit stiff throughout the very first dozen miles. I suspect the Flywire lacing engineering took some time to settle into location. I also believed the shoes had been marginally louder than other sneakers although running around the sidewalk, but this might be just from my stride.
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