Air Zoom Terra Kiger 4 Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Nike
Equipped with perhaps the most innovative of Nike technologies, the Air Zoom Terra Kiger 4 Trail Running Shoe is here to re-energize your runs with springy, cushioned comfort, mainly thanks to the Zoom Air units in the midsole. Zoom Air is essentially a lightweight pressurized system with fibers in tension that give way when the foot makes contact with the ground for cushion, then snap energy back into the runner as they push off. This means that when you hit the trails in the Terra Kiger 4, you'll have a spring in your step that isn't solely attributable to your happiness of being out in nature. Trails can be rough and laden with roots, rocks, and mud, and Nike prepared for just that situation. The top cap protects your feet from this particularly painful trail debris, while the waffle design of the sole with exaggerated lugs help you dig in with traction, even on wet surfaces. To keep your feet breathing as you tackle burly and steep terrain, the Flymesh upper allows air to flow through to keep you comfortable. For additional balance and support, Flywire cables work with your laces so you can get an exceptional secure fit when you hit the trails.
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