Nike Air Zoom Structure 24 Women
- Article number
- Article group
- All-round Running Shoes
- 8 mm
- Shoe type
- Shoes pronation
- Minimum / moderate
- Moderate / maximum
- Minimum / moderate
- Moderate / maximum
We offer a wide variety of running shoes. Each shoe has its own characteristics. Then how to know what is the difference between various models? To help you out, 21RUN presents the Our Expert’s Opinion column. This column helps you get a better insight into the different characteristics of specific running shoe models and helps you find your perfect pair.
In the Our Expert’s Opinion column our running experts rate shoe models on a number of decisive elements. Do you already know which characteristics your new running shoes should have? Use Our Expert’s Opinion to check if the model you’re looking at meets your demands.
The degree of pronation indicates the extent to which a model provides support for overpronating runners. If the highlighted bar is on the far right, the model gives a high degree of correction. If the highlighted bar is on the far left, the model does not correct. Neutral runners don’t need a correction, overpronating runners often do need a certain degree of correction.
The level of support indicates to what extent the shoe supports your foot arch. The amount of support needed is closely connected to ones weight. If the highlighted bar is on the far left, the shoe provides little support, making the shoe more suitable for lighter runners. If the highlighted bar is on the far right, the shoe gives a lot of support; thereby making the shoe very suitable for heavier runners.
The level of cushioning indicates the extent to which a shoe absorbs shocks that occur during landing phase. If the highlighted bar is on the far left, the shoe provides little cushioning. When wearing running shoes that provide little cushioning, you experience a lot of ground contact and responsiveness. If the highlighted bar is on the far right, the shoe provides a lot of cushioning. When wearing shoes with a lot of cushioning you will experience a softer running feel, but less ground contact and less responsiveness.
The level of responsiveness indicates how energetic a running shoe feels. This often is also referred to as the degree of reactivity. If the highlighted bar is on the far left, the shoe is less responsive. If the highlighted bar is on the far right, the shoe is very responsive. When a shoe is responsive the energy of the landing phase is returned to you during take-off.
The Nike Air Zoom Structure 24 are all-round running shoes for overpronators. The popular anti-pronation model comes with a new version. This version has some changes compared to its predecessor. The updated upper has an adjustable fit that provides the right feel for your run. The Structure 24 was created from runner data. For example, the specially developed mesh has been applied in places where you expect extra support and ventilation, so that your feet stay cool during your run, without sacrificing support. Redesigned collar lining provides a softer, sturdier feel and helps keep your sock in place during your run. The soft tongue makes it easier to put on and take off the shoe.
An integrated lacing has been added around the midfoot/arch of the foot for extra support for a better, more secure fit. Data from hundreds of runners has been used to determine the correct location for the heel pad. The heel is also preformed, so that your foot stays in place. The Structure 24 offers extra cushioning from heel to toe compared to its predecessor. The Zoom Air unit in the forefoot offers responsive cushioning that provides optimal energy return to help you move forward. The foam midsole provides a firm yet smooth and stable feel when your foot hits the ground.
The sturdy rubber outsole lasts for many miles. A reinforcement brim combined with flex grooves in the forefoot provide a sturdy and flexible design that feels smooth on transition.
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