Finding the right running shoes can be a real task at times. There are so many factors that need to be taken into consideration when selecting your footwear. For example, as a trail runner, I would never select a flat soled running shoe as I need one with proper grips and studs that will keep me moving, balanced and stable as I work my way through the mud, rocks and changing terrain. Not only should you consider the type of runner you are, but you must also consider how you move, your foot strike, weight, body composition and foot shape. So, just because you’re best friend found her ideal pair of running shoes, doesn’t mean they are going to be ideal for you too.

Nike have over 50 years experience in the sport and fitness manufacturing business and have grown to be one of the biggest and most prestigious companies in the world. They design, create, test and manufacture sports gear for a multitude of sports. Their products are high quality and are designed to enhance your performance whilst promoting comfort, safety and style. There have a vast array of womens running shoes from which to choose and provide options for every type of runner. To help you to decide which footwear is the best fit for you, I will give you the rundown on the best Nike running shoes for women!

Nike Downshifter 7

Nike Downshifter 7

Despite it’s minimalist design, the Downshifter 7 is not only super versatile but they are also made of flexible, breathable material which help to keep your feet cool and comfortable as you run. The soles have flexed grooves built into them to allow for a natural foot flexion which will facilitate a more natural movement. The Downshifter is a great option for long-distance runners and it is also very well-priced..

Nike Women’s Free RN running shoes

Nike Free RN

Nike Free RN

The queen of women Nike running shoes. The Nike Free RN is constructed with comfort in mind whilst giving you support throughout your run. The clever design allows for natural foot flexion whilst you run which keeps you moving in comfort. These are the perfect pair for short-distance runners (anything up to 5 kilometres) and beginners.

 

Nike Free RN Flyknit

Nike Free RN Flyknit

A variation on the Nike Free RN, the Nike Free RN Flyknit, is a super flexible shoe which provides ample support for the feet and ankles. “Flyknit” refers to the high-strength fibres that construct the shoe which allow for a tight but comfortable fit. This footwear is the lightest of the Free runner range and it’s sole is constructed as if to replicate barefoot running. You can say goodbye to dull black and grey shoes with the Flyknit model as it has a multitude of exciting and vibrant colours from which to choose.

There are other models in the Nike Free RN range including the Free Commuter, Metcon and Shield.

Nike Flex

Nike Flex

Nike Free Running shoes have adapted and advanced over the years and the Nike Flex is a great example of how far footwear have developed. The footwear are breathable, adaptable, flexible yet supportive and assist in facilitating a natural run. These shoes come in a range of different colours – including a vibrant pink option. If you decide to purchase a pair of dazzling white Nike Flex shoes be sure to stay away from mud!

Nike Trail Running

Nike Trail Running

If you are concerned about dirtying those lovely white footwear, I would suggest taking a look at Nike’s Trail shoes. These shoes are the pefect running shoes for girls who love to attack the trails. A couple of great models that I would recommend are the Nike Zoom Terra Kiga and Zoom Air Wildhorse which provide raw grip, stability and comfort and are fantastic at handling the demands of a rough and ever changing terrain.

Having read this article, next time you see a Nike women’s running shoes sale, you will have the knowledge to make the correct choice for you. It’s clear that one size does not fit all when it comes to selecting the correct footwear for running and I hope this very brief overview of Nike women running shoes will proved useful.

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