Air Zoom Structure 22 Shield Running Shoe - Men's by Nike
There's no need to wait for something like the start of a new year to make new fitness goals. Speed up the process with the Nike Air Zoom Structure 22 Shield Running Shoe. Outfitted with a water-repellent treatment and lots of reflective detailing, this running shoe blends Nike's classic comfort and style to give you an excuse-reducing trainer that can slog through inclement weather with ease. Thanks to its water-repellent upper, the Air Zoom Structure 22 will help keep your feet dry when the pavement is wet. The mesh weave ensures breathability and a sock-like fit for comfort, while integrated Flywire cables and an easy toggle lacing system provide a personalized fit and locked-in feel. Located in the forefoot of the shoe, the Nike Air Zoom unit offers low-profile cushion and boosts your next step forward, propelling you into a fast-pace stride. Dynamic Support technology adapts to your stride to provide a stable landing, while foam cushioning eases the transition from heel to toe. Equipped with a sticky rubber outsole and reflective elements, this shoe will help you go further in wet and low-light conditions.
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