Nike Zegama Video Review: Nike’s Answer To Technical Trails

The Zegama is Nike Trail's answer to technical trails with its top notch grip & comfort. Watch our video review to see how it really stacks up.

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In this Nike Zegama video review, I’m putting this trail running shoe to the test on some of my favorite trails, that just so happen to be super wet and muddy right now, thanks to all the storms we’re having in Northern California right now!

The Nike Zegama is a shoe that’s stirring up the trail running community with its promise of impressive traction and comfort over technical terrain – join me as I put them to the test and reveal what they’re actually like to run in.

Key Specifications

  • Price: $170 at nike.com (available in men’s and women’s sizes)
  • Weight: 10.1oz (286g) for a size US(M)9
  • Drop: 4mm
  • Midsole: ZoomX foam provides a responsive yet cushioned ride
  • Upper: Engineered mesh designed for breathability and a secure fit with built in gaiters and a finger pull loop
  • Outsole: Aggressive grip for superior traction on most terrains
  • Best For: Trail running, muddy paths, long runs, and challenging terrains

The Nike Zegama came with high expectations, promising to be the ultimate trail companion that blends robust grip with enduring comfort.

Here’s a quick summary of this Nike Zegama video review

The Nike Zegama shines with its exceptional traction, ensuring you stay grounded on even the most challenging trails.

The shoe’s responsive cushioning system adapts to rugged terrains, providing comfort over long distances but that ZoomX midsole is sometimes a double edged sword with it’s high stack height that lacks stability in some instances. The breathable mesh upper keeps your feet cool, supporting longer runs with ease.

PROS:

  • The outsole design offers great grip on diverse trail conditions.
  • Balances comfort and performance for long-distance trail runs.
  • Keeps feet cool and comfortable during intense activities.

CONS:

  • High stack can cause instability in some scenarios/terrains.
  • Tongue could be longer, and padding improved.
Alastair
Alastairhttps://www.trailandkale.com
As the founder of Trail & Kale, and seasoned marathoner & ultrarunner, Alastair loves bringing our readers independent running shoe reviews and gear insights to help you run your best. Learn more about Trail & Kale here.

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