Wednesday, September 02, 2020

Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next % FK In Depth Video Review

Video by Derek Li and Sam Winebaum 

Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next %


Grab a coffee or a beer as Derek and Sam go in depth on the Tempo Next% with all the details and comparisons including to its close racing cousin the Alphfly.

Nike Air Zoom Tempo Next % Video Review (24:20)

Derek's full written review of the Tempo Next% Derek's article assessing the relative stack height of 2020 super shoes using the IAAF and outer edge measurement methods.
Read reviewers' full run bios here
The product reviewed was provided at no charge for testing. The opinions herein are the authors'.
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2 comments:

Greg S said...

Like the video, neat way to do it. 30 miles in and I still can’t figure out this shoe, I like it but it’s a touch too narrow and the heel as Sam mentioned feels firm, almost terr kiger firmness instead of the softer feeling zoom fly fk.

Not sure why they made this so narrow as I can’t tie the laces at all tight or it hurts - first Nike shoe in past 4 years that gives me narrow issues. I am not sure the laces actually add anything given the tight booty shape.

Nic said...

I know it's not supposed to matter, but let's be honest, we all know you run "better" with a good looking shoe.
These might be the ugliest running shoes (IMHO) in the market at the moment. Very very awkward design. I would never spend $200 - $250 on an ugly shoe, even if it is "fast".