Nike Men's Air Zoom Structure 22 Running Shoes

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Nike Men's Air Zoom Structure 22 Running Shoes is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 15.
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Nike Men's Air Zoom Structure 22 Running Shoes
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The Nike® Men's Air Zoom Structure 22 Running Shoes look fast and feel secure. Engineered mesh, a heel overlay and dynamic support throughout the midfoot all work together to provide a smooth, stable ride.

DESIGN:

  • Engineered mesh provides targeted ventilation and support
  • Flywire cables secure the top of your foot
  • Notches at the tongue provide easy on and off

IN-SHOE COMFORT:

  • Dynamic Support provides a smooth, stable transition
  • Partial bootie wraps the foot for a snug, comfortable fit
  • Zoom Air unit in the forefoot delivers responsive, low-profile cushioning
  • Duralon blown rubber in the forefoot enhances cushioning

TRACTION & DURABILITY:

  • Rubber outsole provides traction

ADDITIONAL DETAILS:

  • Shoe type: Stability
  • Weight: 11.5 oz
  • Heel-toe offset: 10mm
  • Brand: Nike
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: AA1636

Web ID: 18NIKMZMSTRCTR22BRNN

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very dissapointed in Nike's effort As an avid runner, I been a loyal fan of the Structure series for several years. It's a shoe that has worked quite well for me time and time again. Unfortunately, you don't have to be a rocket scientist to uncover that Nike simply decided to put no effort whatsoever in the Structure 22. It was like this was simply an afterthought. Yet, just look at the Pegasus 35, you can immediately tell that Nike devoted significant energy into this neutral shoes. So, it appears that Nike has abandoned moderate pronators. Unfortunately, this once avid Structure fan now has to abandon Nike.
Date published: 2019-04-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from What happened to my favorite shoes? I have been running in Nike Structure for years. I have loved them up until now. I don’t know what Nike did, but these shoe feel totally different than the 21s and all the previous models. They feel incredibly stiff out of the box. I’m am very disappointed in the 22s. I will say that once you break them in they get better. It took about 50 miles of running to get these shoes to feel decent. On the bright side, they still look pretty sweet! I hope Nike fixes this ASAP. Otherwise I’m going to another brand.
Date published: 2019-07-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from you have to consider what you are buying, Actually I got the previous models 19&20 and they are nice meanwhile I have been running by the Pegasus and pegays turbo so when I returned to use the structure line presented by the model 22 I think they are heavier, not responsive like the Pegasus so my recommendation if you are stability seeker and do not care about how fast you go moreover you run for average 10k the structure 22 will be fine.
Date published: 2018-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Review of Zoom Structure 22 I am an avid runner who has run with the Nike Zoom Structure since version '17.' This is the 6th iteration of the shoe I have worn. I was pleased with the appearance and the light-weight feel. However, my foot was not held well in the shoe and was given to sliding. I also felt an unusual seam at the midfoot (not visible on the exterior) which made the shoe uncomfortable. I took it on one short 5-mile run, and 1/2 way through, my feet were sliding so much that I redid the laces through the top hole. This helped a little, but the laces then impinged on my ankle - I have never laced them up that high. After the one 5-mile run, my feet hurt significantly - I have never experienced this with the Structure 17-21. I returned this shoe and purchased another 21. I have begun testing other shoe brands in case additional versions of the Structure also do not work out. Unfortunately very disappointed with the new version.
Date published: 2018-10-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from One step forward two steps back Upon try on, the upper fit noticably better than last years verison. It seems to better wrap the foot so initially, I was a fan. However, this is about as much of an update as I got. I had some heel slipping, but I assumed it would go away as I broke the padding in. But I can safely say after over 100 miles, this isn’t going to get any better. On a smaller note, the laces don’t seem to be as durable as I’d like. Lots more fraying just from tying them than I’d like. As for the midsole/outsole, it’s the same. To me it feels as if there was no update, which may be true. The setup works great, but an update would have been great just to see some change. After seeing a revamped Pegasus, I was hoping this model would get a similar revamp to look sleeker and faster, but it really didn’t seem to move that way at all. Overall, the shoe works and I feel like it works the way the last couple of versions have, as long as that heel is locked in you’re good to go
Date published: 2018-11-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Older models are better The older models of the Nike Air Zoom Structure are much more comfortable. These are like running on a brick, the cushioning is almost non-existent on these shoes especially compared to older models. I should have stuck with the Vomero's over these. The definitely went backwards with this model.
Date published: 2019-03-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from New Lacing Needs Improvement New lacing system means the shoe is much more flexible out of the box, but the flywire is too tight, which caused rubbing on the instep. Same strong base as previous structures, but you can tell that this is the first overhaul in a while. Just needs to be polished.
Date published: 2019-01-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Please bring back the 21 This shoe is so different than the 21. It's heavy and not stable. I returned both pairs that I ordered and now I don't know what to go into. Nike is the only shoe that I have worn for over 40 years and I will be looking at another brand.
Date published: 2019-05-30
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