Nike Men's Zoom Streak 6 Track and Field Shoes

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Nike Men's Zoom Streak 6 Track and Field Shoes is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 25.
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Updated for an improved fit, the Nike® Zoom Streak 6 keeps you going. A mesh upper with seamless vamp construction and Flywire technology enhance midfoot lockdown for a customized fit. The Nike® Zoom Streak 6 track and field shoe has a full-length compression molded Phylon midsole that offers maximum support and padding while a Duralon and carbon rubber outsole combination outsole provides added durability and protection.

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FEATURES:

  • Updated design for lighter weight and improved fit
  • Double layer sandwich mesh forefoot with mono mesh heel and Flywire technology that wraps the midfoot and arch provides lightweight breathability, support and snug custom fit
  • Mono mesh tongue improves ventilation and lays flat on the top of the foot for extra comfort
  • Seamless toe construction reduces irritation and adds stitch free comfort
  • full-length compression molded Phylon midsole offers a responsive ride perfect for races of fast tempo runs while Nike® Zoom units in the forefoot and heel provide responsive cushioning without added weight
  • Midfoot TPU shank enhances support for smooth transitions through midstance and strategically placed flex grooves encourage efficient range of motion through footstrike
  • A thick lightweight Duralon rubber forefoot area delivers maximum durability, grip and toe-off while a BRS 1000 carbon rubber heel adds extra durability
  • Heel to forefoot drop: 10mm differential
  • Brand: Nike
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: 831413

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hope your feet are like a Ballet Dancers, or extremely narrow feet where the arch is... When I first put these on I could feel the foam from the arch riding up under the arch of my foot. I figured it was sort of like a Saucony XC flat, were you can feel the seam under the arch of your foot, but once you get running in a Saucony XC flat it's not as apparent and the shoes perform quite well if you can get over being able to feel the seam slightly under the arch of your foot. With the Streak 6's it seamed even more so noticeable on my right foot, not sure why, but it was. I took them out on a run and loved the ride of the shoe, it felt great, but I could feel the foam digging up into the bottom of the arch of my foot. I made it to the 4 kilometers mark and started to feel a real sharp pain in my foot, so like a pirate with a wooden pegged leg I peg legged it back the rest of the run, the remaining 4 kms of a 8 kms run. I got home and I cut a wedge of foam out to remove the arch completely, then glued and clamped the flyknit upper down, just draw a straight line from the heel to the forefoot when doing this. Now it looks more like a racing flat should look and I don't feel the foam digging into the arch of my foot anymore. And it's not because I have flat feet either, I have a good amount of arch to my feet, but my feet are super wide at the mid section, just visualize a forefoot width at the mid and that's my foot, not that it's super wide or anything, it just flares out real quick after the heel and from there it's all even to the end. So thick would explain my foot, but not wide. Regardless, super not happy that Nike couldn't figure this one out, leave the arches out of the racing flats, they call them flats for a reason, I don't need any arch support at all in a shoe. I think Nike should remake this shoe with know arch support, then it will be a great shoe, even if it's thin in the center like a XC racing flat it won't matter as long as the upper can flare out like flyknit can it's no big deal. On a positive note, I really like the flyknit upper and the foam provides a firm fast ride with a thin rubber mold on the forefoot that keeps sharp rocks out and provides a fast feeling.
Date published: 2018-06-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Try to find a lighter racing flat This shoe is perfect for road racing. I bought it at first to just wear around, but then I started using it for road racing. This shoe feels like you're not wearing anything; it gives you the barefoot feel a spike would and lets your foot move and breathe. My only critique would be that after about four months, the shoe started ripping in the toe box and on top. It didn't really affect the performance though, and I just bought a second pair because of how inexpensive it is and how great of a shoe it is. Perfect for just wearing around as well.
Date published: 2018-06-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Racing/Change-of-Pace Shoe Feel: These shoes make you feel faster -- not in the same sense the Vaporfly does, but in its own way. The shoe is very light, and even when your legs tire late in the race/run, these shoes are so light that you won't feel like they're bogging you down. The midsole (and really the entire sole unit) feels extremely responsive and gives a slight sense of firm springy-ness. The bottom of the shoe feels more like plastic than rubber, but there's still enough cushion & give to protect your legs from too much pounding on longer runs/races. Fit: Like most racing shoes, the fit is snug through most of the foot. While the toe box is narrower than, say, the Pegasus, Vomero, or Elite 9, I still find it comfortable and not constricting. The one downside to the fit is that the stiff material that composes the inner midfoot wrap (added from the Streak LT for a touch of stability) may take some getting used to initially. Durability: I've put about 100 miles on these so far, and they've shown minimal signs of wear thus far. (For whatever reason, gait or otherwise, I tend to be able to coax more life out of my shoes than most, though.) However, I plan to be cautious and continue to wear them primarily as an occasional change-of-pace or racing shoe given the significant durability concerns others have noted. Sizing: I wear a size 10. For comparison, I wear a 10 in the Zoom Elite 9, a 9.5 in the Pegasus 34, a 9.5 in the Vomero, and a 10 in the Vaporfly. Traction, Water: I've worn these in the rain a few times, including one rainy race. The traction was great -- I felt no slippage on the asphalt surface -- and the shoes did collected minimal water. My wife ran one rainy race with me, and her shoes (from another brand) were completely soaked through by the end while my Streaks were still almost entirely dry. Final impressions: I've worn these for 5k races and a mix of 10+ mile training runs (tempo, slower, etc.). They performed great in races and still felt good during most of my longer training runs. However, I think they might have a little too rough of a feel to really be everyday distance trainers, so I'd advocate for them to be primarily used for races and other faster runs.
Date published: 2018-06-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly constructed Upper started to fall apart during the first wearing, holes started to appear in the knitting on both shoes so wasn't a knitting flaw.
Date published: 2018-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great all around shoe. My son is running track for the first time and loves the shoes. They are great for track practice or tracks that have a hard surface.
Date published: 2018-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works for me I am a bigger runner 6'5" and around 185lbs. I have run a couple of marathons in these including an Ironman marathon, I run a 1:30 half and 3:15 to 3:20 marathon. I have had no problems with durability that others have mentioned and as I say, I'm a heavier athlete and tend to be more hard wearing on my shoes. They do tend to run small, I am a 14 in these whereas I am normally a 13. I really like this shoe, I recommend it to anyone who typically likes a lightweight racer. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2018-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Fast This shoes are very light and still have a great cushion. Fit does run a bit small like most race shoes, I went 1/2 size up and they fit great. Durability is pretty good for me, I get 250+ miles out of these shoes, very good for a racing flat type shoe. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Race Shoes I train in these shoes for marathons and half marathons. I also ran 3 half marathons and 1 full marathon in these shoes. I love them. They are responsive, lightweight, and flexible. The only drawback is the fly knit material is not durable. These shoes are good for 400-500 miles before I see a hole in the fly knit material around the big toe. Other than that drawback, I love these shoes. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-10-10
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