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React Terra Kiger 9 Trail Running Shoe - Men's

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Nike React Terra Kiger 9 Trail Running Shoe

Lighter and lower, the Nike React Terra Kiger 9 Trail Running Shoe makes us one with the trail to help us find our flow quicker. Nike removed the forefoot Air pod and replaced it with a full-length React foam midsole to let our forefoot feel the terrain on our strikes, enhancing proprioception for greater stability that won't slow our pace. As we bound along loose trail, the revamped upper stops debris from wriggling in, and the multi-directional lugs give us biting traction for efficient hill strides.


  • Nimble trail running shoe for fast paces on technical terrain
  • New engineered mesh upper reduces weight and increases durability
  • Midfoot band enhances lateral support and keeps your foot locked in
  • React foam is lightweight, long-lasting, and highly responsive
  • High-abrasion rubber delivers lasting traction on wet and dry trails
  • Item #NKEW1KM
Upper Material
engineered mesh
React foam (soft, nitrile rubber-based foams encased in a slightly firmer carrier)
Support Type
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 year
trail running

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3 out of 5 stars

June 28, 2023

Such a letdown

Size Bought:
6' 3"

I have loved the Terra Kiger 8--have owned two pairs--and was looking forward to being impressed by these. Unfortunately, they've made changes to the geometry that disappoint. First, the heel has been raised, which makes uphill climbs more difficult and unstable as you must shift more weight to the front of the foot; the Kiger 8 was neutral, providing more traction and confidence. Also, the foam is softer--you feel the squishy bubble inside instead of the ground--this is my biggest gripe: on uneven, rocky, wet terrain this is a real disadvantage. The toebox has also been slimmed down too. Finally, the back heel is more bulky, sloping outwards, leaving it dragging against terrain where the 8 did not. In the end, it's a slower, less stable, less comfortable shoe. I guess I will have to go buy some more 8s!

Troy S