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Speed and stability running shoes? Go for the Nike Air Zoom Structure 19

A few weeks ago, we were invited to try the new Nike Air Zoom Structure 19 for a speed interval training with some running blogger friends at the University of Makati Track and Oval Field. It’s my first time wearing a Nike running shoes, though I patronize their apparel and loved it. I have no complaint running with it. Everything is okay and it’s so comfortable and cool to wear. I didn’t feel any pain or numbness on my toes during its use. With or without socks, no problem at all. I tried wearing it the whole day on a Friday, without run, and it’s still comfortable. Also, its laces stay in place all the time. Used it last Saturday during our recovery run, I can’t keep my slow pace and always find myself going ahead, away from my pace group (just an exaggeration after realizing now why can’t I keep my pace that morning, hehe 😛 ). There’s a lot of great colors too that you can choose for both men and women or even customize the color of your pair of Nike Air Zoom Structure 19 on-line, wow!

Actual trial of Nike Air Zoom Structure 19 (Photos)

Press Release:


At Nike, innovation is the name of the game. Since its early days, Bill Bowerman, a veteran track and field coach himself, worked towards creating the world’s best shoe, apparel, services, and experience for every athlete.

Nike accelerates innovation in running footwear through the new Air Zoom Structure 19—a stability shoe loaded with dynamic support and Nike’s Zoom Air technology to help athletes speed through the lined-up races this season.

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The Nike Air Zoom Structure has long been known for its reliable support and responsiveness that keep runners going long and fast. This iteration builds on that tradition with updated, thicker Flywire cables in the midfoot for enhanced lockdown, as well as additional yarn in the Flymesh upper for greater structural support without limiting breathability.

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 Comfortable support meets increased stability with the triple-density Dynamic Support system that supports the foot as it transitions through footstrike, providing stability when it is needed. The Zoom Structure 19 delivers increased stability with highly responsive cushioning with the Nike Zoom Air forefoot unit for a quick, crisp toe-off.

The difference between the greatest runners and those in their wake is measured in fractions of a second. When dreams are realized in milliseconds, the Zoom Air—Nike’s fastest, most responsive cushioning platform—can change how fast an athlete feels in an instant.

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Elite athletes like Mo Farah, Galen Rupp, and locally, Coach Rio Dela Cruz have more in common than their unbelievable speed and unwavering work ethic—when it comes to lacing up, they reach for Nike Zoom Air. The Nike team works closely with the world’s fastest athletes to meet the needs of runners, whether under the global spotlight or everyday runners chasing their personal bests.

Locally, more and more Filipinos are getting into fitness, particularly running. “As race season kicks in, Nike motivates and enables runners to run faster, farther, and further through the new Air Zoom Structure 19. It delivers a fast, snappy, responsive ride that runners don’t fail to notice,” says Country Marketing Manager Patrick Reyes.

Filipinos can run with Nike’s global community of runners through the Nike+ Running App, which acts as a personal running coach, running buddy, and cheering section all in one. It delivers training programs, real-time audio feedback and tools to track and celebrate progress.

Since its inception in 2006, Nike+ Running has helped millions of athletes track, measure and share their runs, encouraging them to run smarter and run more. The Nike+ Running App is free and downloadable via the iTunes App Store and Google Play.



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