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  • The Nike ZoomX SuperRep Surge is built for classes and workouts that keep you moving. From the treadmill to the rowing machine to strength training, you get the responsive cushioning of Nike ZoomX foam and containment support from an arc on the side to keep you ahead of the curve.

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- Nike ZoomX SuperRep Surge Men's HIIT training shoe in 2 colorways
- MSRP $140, on sale for $79 with an extra 25% off in-cart takes it down to $59.23 >Now $53.98

- ZoomX midsole foam
- Rower heel clip
- Soft, cushy, excellent training shoes for HIIT, burpee, and run sprints.
- DO NOT deadlift, squat, or olympic lift in these!
- Moan all you want at how ugly these are / NFL man-babies / child labor shopping crusaders, but I've had these for a week and they are LEGIT.


Black/Bright Crimson/Pure Platinum/White
https://www.nike.com/t/zoomx-supe...CU7627-016

Black/Martian Sunrise/Sea Glass/Black
https://www.nike.com/t/zoomx-supe...CU7627-003
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xtermination asked this question on 05-17-2021 at 01:04 PM
05-17-2021 at 01:04 PM
You should use running-specific shoes for any distance work. These are not those. Recommend Nike’s ever-popular Pegasus — also Reebok’s Floatride Energy 3 which you can get for $60 when they have their frequent 40-60% off sales
LoneBatman asked this question on 05-19-2021 at 12:01 PM
05-19-2021 at 12:01 PM
100%. The ZoomX and (undefined by Nike but what is probably) React foams are SUPER cushy. Total go for walking. I've read that you'll want a proper running shoe for anything over a few km's as these are still a HIIT shoe, but otherwise a go as well.
will4992 asked this question on 05-19-2021 at 12:08 PM
05-19-2021 at 12:08 PM
heel is wayyy too soft for stability on heavy loads.
skycomas asked this question on 05-14-2021 at 02:58 PM
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Lol what. Stick to your oly lifts. You want a raised heel for squats because nearly every individual won't have the ankle flexion to get the proper depth. It's really rare for me to see someone get proper squat depth and angles wearing chuck taylors.

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Dang, these look like a great deal. Are there other shoes that are 25% in cart? How the heck did you find that these were on sale???
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Any other shoes with extra 25% off?
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Dang, these look like a great deal. Are there other shoes that are 25% in cart? How the heck did you find that these were on sale???
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Any other shoes with extra 25% off?
Clicking the "SAVE UP TO 50% [nike.com] Banner yields this search.
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do your toes fall off if you squat in these?
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Anyone with experience with these? They look like a running shoe, but more for training? What are they best for? (Yes, I read the Nike description, looking for some opinions.)
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Anyone with experience with these? They look like a running shoe, but more for training? What are they best for? (Yes, I read the Nike description, looking for some opinions.)
I don't have them but judging by the picture of the sole, they look better for dynamic workouts more than static lifting. I would stick with the Metcom. Great for lifting.
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Thanks a lot! I am looking for a stiffer sole, especially around the toes. These don't appear to work.

Are the Metcoms stiff? Or in your opinion?
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Thanks a lot! I am looking for a stiffer sole, especially around the toes. These don't appear to work.

Are the Metcoms stiff? Or in your opinion?
The Reebok nanos are real stiff. No experience with metcons.
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Why no squatting in these?
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Why no squatting in these?
heel is wayyy too soft for stability on heavy loads.
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Dang, these look like a great deal. Are there other shoes that are 25% in cart? How the heck did you find that these were on sale???
threw a pair into the cart at $79, discovered the extra 25% off. Totally hidden. Extra 15% CB is gravy.
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Anyone with experience with these? They look like a running shoe, but more for training? What are they best for? (Yes, I read the Nike description, looking for some opinions.)
overall reviews put these at a cross between the Peg's and Metcon's. Agree with mrmoody to stick with the Met's for any lifting work. I also highly recommend Reebok's Speed TR's if Metcon's and Nano's are too flat/hard for you.
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