10 Top 10 Best Nike Running Shoes

Updated on: June 2021

Top 10 Best Nike Running Shoes in 2021


Nike Men's Revolution 4 Running Shoe, Black/White-Anthracite, 10 Regular US

Nike Men's Revolution 4 Running Shoe, Black/White-Anthracite, 10 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • MEN'S RUNNING SHOES: Molded pods offer multi-surface traction. Pods flatten on impact then spring back at toe-off creating a piston effect that delivers responsive cushioning.
  • ATHLETIC SHOES: Soft foam midsole delivers lightweight, responsive cushioning. Underlays in the vamp and toe tip offer support and structure for a comfortable ride.
  • CORE PERFORMANCE: Minimal in design running shoes. Full-length rubber outsole provides durable traction and cushioning to run longer.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT SHOE: No-sew overlays along the midfoot and eyestays provide durability while keeping the shoe lightweight. Single-layer mesh upper for optimal breathability.
  • NIKE MEN'S SHOE: Imported, synthetic and rubber sole

Nike Women's Reax Run 5 Running Shoes, White/Metallic Silver/Dark Grey, 10

Nike Women's Reax Run 5 Running Shoes, White/Metallic Silver/Dark Grey, 10
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Mesh upper, lace-up front
  • Synthetic sole
  • Comfort

Nike Women's Air Zoom Winflo 6 Running Shoes (10, Indigo/Blue-Platinum)

Nike Women's Air Zoom Winflo 6 Running Shoes (10, Indigo/Blue-Platinum)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • 2 zoom air units for targeted responsiveness in the forefoot and heel
  • Engineered mesh and synthetic upper provides supportive structure and breathability
  • Less bulk and a more sculpted profile than previous versions
  • 2 zoom air units give a responsive, stable feeling underfoot
  • Imported

Nike Women's Low-Top Sneakers (Silver/Sail Mica Green, 10 B US)

Nike Women's Low-Top Sneakers (Silver/Sail Mica Green, 10 B US)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021

Jordan 88 Racer AV1200 (10, Black/Black)

Jordan 88 Racer AV1200 (10, Black/Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
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Nike Women's Low-Top Sneakers Competition Running Shoes, Multicolour Rust Pink Rust Pink Summit White Black 614, 7.5 UK

Nike Women's Low-Top Sneakers Competition Running Shoes, Multicolour Rust Pink Rust Pink Summit White Black 614, 7.5 UK
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021

Nike Mens Roshe One Athletic Low Top Sport White Running Mesh Sneakers - White/White - 10

Nike Mens Roshe One Athletic Low Top Sport White Running Mesh Sneakers - White/White - 10
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
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Nike Mens 315122-111 AIR FORCE 1 '07 Size 9

Nike Mens 315122-111 AIR FORCE 1 '07 Size 9
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
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Nike Mens Air Visi Pro Vi Nbk Black/Anthracite Ankle-High Nubuck Basketball Shoe - 10M

Nike Mens Air Visi Pro Vi Nbk Black/Anthracite Ankle-High Nubuck Basketball Shoe - 10M
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • A balance of synthetic leather and a collar design focused on comfort gives this player an unmatched shoe to take their game to the next level
  • Tri-vis Air-Sole unit in the heel for impact protection with a full Phylon midsole for added lightweight cushioning
  • Solid rubber with herringbone for traction and flex grooves for flexibility
  • Rubber sole

Nike Air Max Torch 3 Mens Running Shoes (10), Black/White, 10 M US

Nike Air Max Torch 3 Mens Running Shoes (10), Black/White, 10 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021

Sports Briefs: The Electric Company

Sports columnist Christopher Wilson remembers the games of Super Bowls past, especially the 1985 electronic football game from the Sears Christmas catalog.

The Sears catalog had me bamboozled, looking at miniature figures of 22 football players (11 per team), spread in formation over an NFL playing field. But, as it turned out, an electronic football game is much more fun to imagine than it is to play.

I tore open a box that was as tall as I was to find the 1985 Super Bowl teams (Chicago and New England) and a sheet of uniform number decals.

As I decorated each player with his respective numeral, I realized that for me to utilize the passing game, running game and even the snap from center, the ball would probably have to be magnetically attracted to the players. Upon finding that the balls were made of rubber and no larger than a gas bubble, I sought the help of an adult who could explain how the passing game was supposed to work (by "passing game" I mean aerial, as opposed to gastral).

And I am still looking for that adult to this day.

I envisioned a live-action video game, in which all 11 offensive players ran toward the defensive and all 11 defensive players ran toward the offense. This is not what transpired.

Upon turning on the electronic field, which can henceforth be referred to as a vibrating bed with no mattress, all 22 players began to participate in a miniature version of "Dance Fever." Each figure went to painstaking lengths to make sure he did not copy the exploits of any other figure on the field.

One of the offensive players did manage to go toward his goal in a straight line. This was somewhat tarnished by the fact that his 10 other teammates varied between running backwards, running in clockwise circles, running in counterclockwise circles, running in a manner that indicated said player had rabies or simply falling on their sides and doing the Curly Shuffle.

And, unfortunately, the player who ran toward his goal was never the one that had the ball, though the player who did have the ball was able to use it to help cushion his blow when he fell face-first onto the field.

However, if the offense's strategy was to confuse the defense, then I would label their execution mesmerizing.

Defensive players mimicked offensive players by succumbing to movements that indicated a blood relation to the Tasmanian Devil.

After unsuccessfully trying to reenact the Super Bowl's 46-10 score, I sent the electronic football game on a one-year vacation underneath my bed. When its vacation ended, it was put back to work as a marquee item in a garage sale.

To demonstrate just how effectively Sears marketed the game through an appealing use of photography, I contemplated asking for another game years later, rationalizing that since I was older, I could figure out how to make it work.

Although, if my strategy had been making the '85 Patriots look inept on offense and giving the '85 Bears a dominant defense, then the game was fairly accurate.

One thing's for certain: not only did the players fit Bears linebacker Mike Singletary's description as "a group destined to apply the kind of pressure that had not been seen before," but the group also applied the kind of gyrations that had not been seen before.

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