Nike Zoom Streak LT
Run like the wind, and as light as the wind, with the newly renamed, ultralightweight Nike Zoom Streak LT Running Shoes. Made from a sweet combination of comforting heel lobes, a rubber-covered heel crash zone and a Nike Zoom unit (which offers only the best in low-profile, lightweight and responsive cushioning), these versatile running shoes are ideal for more than just one type of situation. Plus, if you're looking to start your running path along the minimalist trails, the Nike Zoom Streak LT Running Shoes are the perfect pair to help get you started.
- Upper: Minimal design inspired by Nike's lightweight, glove-like track shoes
- Midsole: Full-length phylon
- Nike Zoom unit for responsive, low-profile and lightweight cushioning
- Outsole: Rubber-covered heel crash zone for traction and durability
- Heel lobes for comfort
- Duralon pods under forefoot for cushioning and for encouraging a more natural stride
- Flex grooves for flexibility and a more natural, efficient range of motion
Buy the Nike Zoom Streak LT from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Nike Zoom Streak LT
Not the most durable, but overall a great shoe!
You're probably a pretty serious runner if you're looking at these shoes. If you are and you're looking for a shoe to help shave a little time off your road racing PRs, look no further. This is one of Nike's best light-weight racing flats and it has enough cushion that it could even be used for a marathon if you really want (I've gotten them out for long runs in the ballpark of a marathon distance without problem). This shoe would probably be best only for those people who are not over-weight (you would want more support if you're not in excellent shape), but if you're fit and ready for a PR, this will work for you. Please keep in mind that like most Nikes, the toe box is pretty narrow, so if you have a problem with Nikes in general, this will not be an exception. These aren't designed to last forever, but I have gotten a pair of them up to somewhere between 500 and 600 miles before they blew out, which is really not so bad for a racing flat.