Setting new standards in comfort, the Nike Women's Air Zoom Vomero 11 Running Shoe sports plusher materials than its predecessor, while still offering that magical combination of soft cushioning and responsive speed you crave. Lunarlon delivers extremely responsive cushioning, and it's firmer in the rearfoot than the forefoot for smooth transitions from heel-strike to toe-off. The addition of a Nike Zoom Air heel unit provides even more lightweight, responsive cushioning, making the Vomero 11 ideal for faster-paced runs.
Flymesh provides excellent breathability and a lightweight feel, while Flywire cables wrap around the foot to provide an adaptive, supportive fit without the need for stiff, bulky materials. A rubber crash rail on the lateral outsole offers instant cushioning upon impact. Segmented rubber in the outsole enhances flexibility so the shoe feels like an extension of your foot.
- Flymesh upper with Flywire cables
- Full-length inner sleeve
- Rubber crash rail on lateral outsole
- Lunarlon midsole
- Nike Zoom Air heel unit
- Segmented rubber outsole
- Item #NKE00PW
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Very comfortable and cushiony, yet supportive. Almost feel springy. Great for any distance running.
Love it :D
Awesome shoes for running and walking, very comfortable because you don´t feel your heel hitting the floor. I recommend these shoes 100%
In Love Like Never Before
- Fit: True to size
I don't know what to say. I'm infatuated. I've heard tell of finding a running shoe so comfy, you look for excuses to run and add extra mileage to your weekly plan, but I never thought I'd find that type of love myself...
Enter the Vomero 11s. I have no idea how a shoe can be so cushy, supportive, lightweight, and low profile all in a sleek-looking package. Knee pain kept me from road running for years, but with these shoes I'm chewing through pain-free miles of payment. I'm finally able to run long enough to find my stride and enjoy the process without my creaky knees stopping me early.
I have low volume, medium width feet that are very flat, and I'm notorious for pronating. I tend to be a little knock-kneed, as well. These shoes give me gentle arch support and help keep my knees in alignment without feeling clunky or restraining. They're ridiculously cushy, but still zippy and responsive. The upper material is incredibly breathable and wicks moisture well when your feet get warm. Heel-striking tends to give my knees more grief, so I try to keep a natural foot-strike when running. I've never been in a shoe with higher drop than 6 or 7mm, but found the 11mm drop to be entirely comfortable. I normally wear an 8.5 street shoe and a 9.0 running shoe, and the 9.0 in the Vomeros was right on the money.
Nike has never really been my go-to running shoe brand in the past, but I think that might have changed.