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The Nike Zoom Structure Triax+ 13

Nike is making much progress in the stability running shoe category with its Triax. The new version, the Zoom Structure Triax+ 13, represents over a decade of evolution and technological enhancements. Here are some features and benefits about the shoe.

Nike+ Ready - A pocket located under the sockliner, inside the midsole of the left shoe, providing a secure place for the sensor (sold separately), which feeds speed and distance information to your Apple Ipod or Nike Sportband.

This shoe is ideal for mild to moderate over pronators who benefit from added medial support and stability, but refuse to sacrifice cushioning or a smooth ride. The Zoom Structure Triax+ 13 delivers on the consistency Core runners demand while adding slight modifications for improvements in comfort, stability, and ride.

Key features of this shoe:

1. New wedged and articulated, high density medial post works with the arch bridge midfoot shank to help reduce excessive pronation through mid stance while maintaining a smooth transition through foot strike, without the added stiffness of a foot bridge component.

2. Inspired by the new, floating heel strap in the Nike Zoom Equalon+ 4, a heel strap overlay attaches to the laces for great rear foot lock down and the secure fit over pronating runners want.

3. Unique split along the heel tab is one visible example of the shoe's sustainable manufacturing process.

4. Phylon midsole provides lightweight cushioning.

5. Duralon blown rubber across the met heads and along the lateral forefoot features an an updated pattern that maps the pressure path associated with running for improved cushioning and a more naturally neutral, efficient stride through toe off.