Nike Women's Metcon 5 Training Shoes

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Nike Women's Metcon 5 Training Shoes is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
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Train harder with more stability and durability in the Nike® Women's Metcon 5 training shoes. These training shoes feature a wider heel and a removable insert that adds offset during your heavy lifts and high-impact training.

DESIGN:

  • Durable rubber wraps up the shoe to deliver abrasion resistant traction while climbing rope and speed while sliding down
  • Metcon logo on the tongue
  • Graphic detail on the heel

IN-SHOE COMFORT:

  • Wide, low flat heel features a 6mm removable Hyperlift insert that adds offset and stability for squats, wall balls and thrusters
  • Hyperlift insert is compatible with all prior versions of the Metcon
  • TPU heel clip provides stability for lateral movements

DURABILITY & TRACTION:

  • Directional traction provides a fast feel underfoot
  • Brand: Nike
  • Country of Origin: Imported

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful comfortable shoes BUT RUN SMALL Very comfortable training shoes, and to be honest I didn't know my feet could feel this comfortable since I have very flat arch and picky hammered toes. BUT THEY RUN SMALL. I have narrow feet and usually I wear size 7 in most nike training and running shoes. These shoes RUN small in length at least half size, and they are narrow shoes that my feet are just about to fit right. If you have wide feet you probably need to one size up. If you have narrow feet, then at least half size up. I can't yet tell if they are durable or not but they sure look very sturdy shoes. Would recommend!
Date published: 2019-07-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Like the 4's and no other colors? I have two pairs of the 4's and they have been good to me. I have odd feet that are flat and supinate (roll outwards) and Metcon 4's have kept me secure and stable (except on turf for some reason). I like the feel of the 5's. My feet feel secure and in place, a little more than the 4's but enough for me to prefer one over the other. But whats up with the limited colors?! I was hoping for some diversity, but nope. Returned--will get another pair of 4's.
Date published: 2019-07-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Stop. Hammer Toe. Dun dun dun-dun These are fantastic if you tend to over-pronate (turn your feet/ankles out). I’m so hesitant to try and return/exchange them solely because they’re so much more stable than my other shoes, but the length is such a massive issue. They definitely run short. I wear a 10 in every pair of Nike’s I’ve ever tried on. I’m basically every shoe I’ve ever put on since I started wearing 10’s. This is the first time my toes have touched the tips in years. I mean technically, they’re a size 10, in that, I wear a size 10 and can put them on.... I have generally medium width feet, but my little pinky toe likes to stick out. I couldn’t see my little toe at all in these so I would agree that they’re a solidly medium width. They’re pretty comfy in general, the padding is nice and supple without being too squishy. However, there’s a bar/ledge right where my heel ends. I think that’s meant to be the end of the insert. It’s fine for the most part, but just standing in them, it’s super uncomfortable. I’ve only had them a few hours so I can’t actually comment on the durability. They seem okay. They seemed to break in easy (wore them around my house and did some squats and jumps to see how they felt), but I I didn’t see any signs of any kind of future issues with them.
Date published: 2019-07-16
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