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Definitely one of the best gym/training shoes right now.

Few colors/sizes available. Flash Sale ends 1/9 at 10pm PT.

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For me the best were Nano 8, then 4, then 9. So similar to an earlier post. Personally I like a wide toe box although my feet are of average width. However I just recently recommended the nines on a previous sale for someone with very wide feet and they love them.

As for the question of why these are so great for training, the majority of the bottom of the shoe is touching the ground when you are standing so they are very stable for bodyweight and even up to heavy resistance training. Running shoes not only have a large rocker shape to them but also don't have lateral support which means any side to side stuff you can twist an ankle. Not with these. They have a level of flexibility and stability so great in the gym and great for short runs and a large majority of what people would do in different studios. Kind of a jack-of-all-trades. Although performance with these is my favorite another very popular option are Nike Metcon and I believe those look better if that is what your priority is which it shouldn't be but many prefer how the metcon feels over Nano. It's really splitting hairs in my opinion though. I personally believe that those are the top two though. The next tier down being under armour tribase and a couple innov8 options. Still very good for training. Nike makes a Metcon Free if your training involves a little bit more running in it and I think those are the best if you are in the gym and outside within the same workout.
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I think they are the third best gym shoes in this order: Nano 8, Nano 2.0 and Nano 9.
Disclaimer: I have a wide flat foot.
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I have a pair and they have been pretty amazing. Fits True to Size.
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Why are they one of the best gym shoes?
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I think they are the third best gym shoes in this order: Nano 8, Nano 2.0 and Nano 9.
Disclaimer: I have a wide flat foot.
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I was a big fan of the nano line until the 9, feels like they keep skimping on the heel support. Great deal though.
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Will check these out, not that i work out but I like wearing training shoes regularly because they are wide.
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Thanks! This will be my 2nd pair, good to have a backup
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In for a pair!
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Can you run in these on the treadmill? I'm not much of a runner but do like to every now and then.
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I think they are the third best gym shoes in this order: Nano 8, Nano 2.0 and Nano 9.
Disclaimer: I have a wide flat foot.
Interesting, I also have a wide flat foot and I found the Nano 9's better fit than the 8's. The 8's, I would've need to gone up at least 1/2 size where the 9's fit true to size.
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For me the best were Nano 8, then 4, then 9. So similar to an earlier post. Personally I like a wide toe box although my feet are of average width. However I just recently recommended the nines on a previous sale for someone with very wide feet and they love them.

As for the question of why these are so great for training, the majority of the bottom of the shoe is touching the ground when you are standing so they are very stable for bodyweight and even up to heavy resistance training. Running shoes not only have a large rocker shape to them but also don't have lateral support which means any side to side stuff you can twist an ankle. Not with these. They have a level of flexibility and stability so great in the gym and great for short runs and a large majority of what people would do in different studios. Kind of a jack-of-all-trades. Although performance with these is my favorite another very popular option are Nike Metcon and I believe those look better if that is what your priority is which it shouldn't be but many prefer how the metcon feels over Nano. It's really splitting hairs in my opinion though. I personally believe that those are the top two though. The next tier down being under armour tribase and a couple innov8 options. Still very good for training. Nike makes a Metcon Free if your training involves a little bit more running in it and I think those are the best if you are in the gym and outside within the same workout.
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Never had gym shoes. Can someone tell me if these are worth it for squat shoes.
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Can you run in these on the treadmill? I'm not much of a runner but do like to every now and then.
For any cross-training shoe I'd say nothing more than 20 minutes with 30 minutes pushing it. They do very well for short runs though but if you intend to do a lot of running just regular running shoes would be best.
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