It’s important to note that there is more than one, singular feature you should look for when shopping for running footwear. There’s so much jargon associated with footwear, we hear about the Outsole, the Saddle, (yee-haw!) the Toe-Box… but what does this mean? We’ll break down the most important features for you and tell you how we think the Nike Zoom Gravity measures up.To buy more Cheap nike free run with cheap price, you can visit official website.

    The Upper basically refers to anything that sits above the sole. This is usually a mesh textile, multiple woven layers or a mixture of both, depending on the shoe. It’s important to note the material and features associated with the upper in the shoe you’re looking at. It is breathable? Is it flexible? It is supportive? Don’t shell out a tonne on a shoe that looks great but mid-run the material is turning your feet to literal rivers of sweat.

    How does Zoom Gravity weigh up?
    The Nike Zoom Gravity has a blended mesh and synthetic upper which means it has durability and flexibility built-in between the layers. A carefully constructed arch-band disperses pressure from the laces, meaning you won’t be distracted by uncomfortable laces digging into the arch of your foot.
    This is without a doubt, one of the most important things to get right for your running footwear. The outsole refers to the ‘sole’ of the shoe, everything below the upper and above the ground. This includes the inner cushioning layers, the traction on the bottom of the sole and any other features on this part of the shoe. Crucially, running footwear offers a plethora of different features. So-do you need cushioning? Do you need support? Is the sole specially engineered for a specific running gait? Know the answer to these questions before you buy. Or at least have an idea of what you need from your running footwear.