Nike Running Shoes
Learn More About Nike Running Shoes
Top Nike® Running Shoes
Innovate your run with the best Nike running shoes from DICK’S Sporting Goods, including new and popular styles. Explore the hottest trends and latest shoe technologies from Nike, plus a variety of unique colors and patterns, so you’ll stand out wherever you run.
- Nike Zoom Pegasus Running Shoes
- Nike Epic React Running Shoes
- Nike Free Shoes
- Nike Air Zoom Vomero 14 Running Shoes
- Nike Air Max Shoes
- Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4%
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Performance & Comfort: Nike Running Shoes
Get more out of every mile with Nike running shoes from DICK’S Sporting Goods, including Nike trainers and trail shoes. Whatever your workout, you’ll find your perfect fit in this extensive collection.
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-dispersing outsoles help you stay secure and comfortable.
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How to Choose Nike Running Shoes for Your Run
Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced runner, you should consider your specific running style, gait mechanics and running environment when shopping for new Nike running shoes.
- Gait Cycle: This is based on how your foot strikes the ground and what happens as it leaves the ground. There are three gait types: Neutral, Overpronation, Supination. Some stores offer free gait analysis services to help you find the best fit.
- Arch Type: Flat feet are usually more flexible and may require a stability shoe, while runners with higher arches often need shoes with extra cushioning for superior shock absorption.
- Running Environment: Traditional Nike running shoes are best for roads and indoor training as they tend to be lighter with more flexible outsoles, while trail-running shoes provide more support and are designed for unpredictable off-road terrain.
If you plan to compete in a 5K or other road race, try a pair of lightweight Nike racing shoes for race day. Many runners also wear their racing shoes for track workouts or interval training.