Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 3 Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 3 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Nike Air Zoom Wildhorse 3 Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Air Zoom Wildhorse 3 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Nike
Run the trail less traveled with the Nike Women's Air Zoom Wildhorse 3 Trail Running Shoe. The lightweight mesh upper keeps your feet feeling nice and breezy while Flywire technology locks them down for an improved, secure fit with every step. Part of the excitement of running on trails is found in their unpredictability, which is why Nike equipped these shoes with a rock plate for protection against jagged rocks and stray roots that might be dead set on taking you down. The Zoom Air Unit in the heel absorbs impact and provides great response for a comfortable and smooth stride. The sticky rubber outsole is enforced with over-sized lugs for aggressive traction and exceptional grip to chew up any trail you set out on.

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SKU: NKE00F4
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