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Learn More About Nike Running Shoes


Nike® Running Shoes for Comfort & Style

Make every run a pleasure with Nike® running shoes from DICK'S Sporting Goods. Explore an extensive selection of training shoes, racing shoes, and trail shoes for men, women, and children.

Nike® running shoes combine advanced materials and innovative design to deliver an extraordinary level of comfort, durability and performance. Features such as integrated tongues, breathable uppers, padded heel collars and pressure-mapped outsoles help your feet stay secure and comfortable whether you are in the gym or on the roads.

Browse all styles of Nike shoes for men, women and kids or shop all Nike® running gear like shorts, tops and armbands.

If you enjoy trail running, DICK'S Sporting Goods carries an wide collection of Nike® running shoes for off-road training. Trail shoes tend to include convenient features like mesh uppers that keep mud and dirt from entering the shoe, while allowing maximum air flow and water drainage through the shoe. Trail shoes are often available in dark color schemes, making them well suited to runs in the dirt or mud.

Expert Advice

Nike® running shoes are a popular choice for beginning, intermediate and advanced runners. When you are shopping for your new shoes, consider the following points:

  • If your feet tend to roll inward or roll excessively inward when you run, look for a stability or motion-control running shoe. These shoes incorporate extra features to help your feet maintain a natural motion which could help you avoid injuries to your ankles and knees.
  • If you have a neutral foot strike, meaning that your feet neither roll outward or too far inward, a neutral running shoe may be the right choice for you.

Knowing your running stride and style will help you find the perfect shoe.

If you plan to compete in a 5K or other road race, consider picking up a pair of lightweight racing shoes to wear on race day. Many runners also wear their racing shoes for track workouts or interval training.