Saturday, March 14, 2020

Nike Wildhorse 6 Initial Video Review

Article by Jeff Beck

Nike Wildhorse 5 ($120)
Weight: 10.5 oz / 298g US9. 
(0.4 oz / 11g heavier than Wildhorse 5)
Stack Height: 30mm heel/22 mm forefoot, 8mm drop 
(2mm more overall stack than Wildhorse 5)
Available now including Running Warehouse here

Key Changes
  • React foam midsole with an outer stabilizing cushion ring
  • More aggressive outsole
  • New upper
Watch Jeff's initial Impressions video at mile 11 of an Arizona desert trail run

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zeropluszero said...

I'd love to see how they plan to differentiate between this and the TK5, because without having run in them, they look pretty similar on paper.

unrockbar said...

How is the toe box height compared to the Wildhorse 5? I really liked that shoe, but the shallow toe box was an issue for my 50k runs, I hope it gets better with this version

Nelson said...

That's too bad what you mention about rolling your ankle in them. The best thing about the Wildhorse 3 and 4 (and I assume version 5 too) was how safe my ankles were in them: off trail, technical terrain at night with very little light, running through tall grass so you can't see what you're stepping on... Those shoes were super safe for me. Very protective underfoot, too.

Well,there goes the only Nike shoe I cared about.