Nike Air Zoom Elite 9 £44.98 @ Nike
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Nike Air Zoom Elite 9 £44.98 @ Nike

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Found 21st Jan
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Very well received lightweight shoe for fast runners. Ideal for anything between 5K and marathon.
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sunny0105871 m ago

https://www.nike.com/gb/t/air-zoom-elite-9-running-shoe-r3Z3kJ/863769-001



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Are these any better than Nike Free Run’s?
Thanks op and orders with the free delivery code. Was looking for a new pair and this one generally has good reviews.
Who would wear these?
Great trainers if they are right for you and a cracking price! I need more structure and so won't be buying them.
Great price!

logandeanedwards2 h, 2 m ago

Are these any better than Nike Free Run’s?


Completely different. Any of the 'Free' aren't really good for serious running as they don't provide proper cushioning. Good for training in to work on your foot strength though. Equally these Air Zooms are for serious runners - if you're relatively new to running these won't be for you..

I personally prefer Adidas UltraBoost for training and the Boston for racing in.
logandeanedwards2 h, 4 m ago

Are these any better than Nike Free Run’s?


Different. A lot more substantial cushioning, less flexible, and heavier.

I love the free runs for short sessions, or effort sessions. For longer training runs then I currently wear LunarTempo, but I'm switching to these for the increased forefoot cushioning. For races I wear LunarRacer, and for trail I wear Zoom Kiger. I really like the fit of Nike running shoes.
Picked up a pair of these a few weeks ago. These are relatively serious running shoes and suit a forefoot running technique. Pretty firm straight out of the box, but seemed to soften slightly after a few runs. These will suit fast training sessions and 5 to 10 k races. Go at least half a size up.
Are these any good / suitable for neutral gait runners (per test I did at Decathlon store)?
I ordered these for long runs last night, I'm meant to be running the London Marathon in three months and need to start taking it seriously.

Nike Free RN Distance 2.... Worked out at £47 with the same codes. Did I order the wrong pair?

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Fantastic pair of running shoes. I’ve got them in yellow and are really comfy and lightweight. You barely know you’ve got them on. Can run very fast in them. Think I’m going to buy another pair as a backup
Not for me am a slow runner.
loha1 h, 42 m ago

Are these any good / suitable for neutral gait runners (per test I did at …Are these any good / suitable for neutral gait runners (per test I did at Decathlon store)?


Yes, they are good for neutral.
fullerlee46 m ago

Yes, they are good for neutral.



thanks. have purchased one to try
Fogg19694 h, 14 m ago

I ordered these for long runs last night, I'm meant to be running the …I ordered these for long runs last night, I'm meant to be running the London Marathon in three months and need to start taking it seriously.Nike Free RN Distance 2.... Worked out at £47 with the same codes. Did I order the wrong pair?https://www.nike.com/gb/t/free-rn-distance-2-running-shoe-6xG1pB/863775-001?cp=euns_kw_pla!uk!goo!pla!c!!!209400130000&gclid=Cj0KCQiAtJbTBRDkARIsAIA0a5MpJ3vqWny0rNk06E-J1hiakOvovvxNg8c8547zbuO64inyqilygaoaAudYEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds


Personally I would be looking at the Pegasus or the Vomeros for running a marathon. Plenty of cushioning, stability and structure, with the Pegasus probably being my preferred option.

I own a pair of free RN flyknits and wear lesuirely as opposed to running in and wouldn't consider them for running anything further than a 5k or to the gym tbh.
Do these fall apart like cheaper Nike and Adidas? My Adidas ones (£110) had holes in the toe area after a couple of months and I've noticed it happens with nike as well. I recently got Brooks ghost 10 and they aren't quite as comfy but are much better made (so far at least).

My Adidas running shoes have torn at the sides and have holes big in the toes now. I'l neer ever buy Adidas again regardless of what they do now.
Bought 3 pairs of Nike free about a week ago and just couldn't resist another deal!

Right, time to get log off HUKD for a bit before I see another deal
Edited by: "nenhy" 22nd Jan
are they comfy to wear at work ?
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nenhy3 h, 55 m ago

Bought 3 pairs of Nike free about a week ago and just couldn't resist …Bought 3 pairs of Nike free about a week ago and just couldn't resist another deal!Right, time to get log off HUKD for a bit before I see another deal


Yeah I got 5 pairs of new shoes since this sale has started. I can’t say no to a good deal haha
Good price, though I prefer Adidas as they fit my feet better (I find Nike too narrow).

For the serious runners, try Adidas Takumi Sen for racing. Like magic carpets for your feet. I think all my PBs are set in them, though I have learnt they are probably a bit brutal for the marathon.
Maybe a silly question, but I have Nike Air Zoom Structure 20 in size 9 and they are a really nice fit. Would I also be a size 9 in these (I've heard the toe can be quite narrow).

EDIT: Also, the free delivery code doesn't seem to be working?
Edited by: "lutin" 24th Jan
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