Nike Zoom Structure Triax+ 12 Running Shoes: Reviews
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Think of the Triax+12 as a Mini Cooper. While wider-footed testers found the cockpit a bit cramped, everyone else raved about the shoe’s fast and in-control feel. Credit the Triax’s ample cushioning for heavy heel-strikers and nimble, low-to-the-ground profile. A sturdy medial post provides a moderate amount of pronation control—more than the ASICS shoe, above, but less than the Saucony—without making the Triax feel heavy or chunky. If you want one shoe for both marathon training and racing, this is it. 12.3 oz; nikerunning.com