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Nike Air Zoom Structure 25
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Shoe Properties
Shoe Type
Trainer
Trainer
Trainer
Trainer
Pronation Control
Neutral
Neutral
Neutral
Weight
11.4 oz. (men's), 9.3 oz. (women's)
9.6 oz. (men's), 8.4 oz. (women's)
11.1 oz. (men's), 10.1 oz. (women's)
9.1 oz. (men's), 7.6 oz. (women's)
Stack Height
37mm.
35mm.
43mm.
37mm.
Forefoot Height
27mm.
23mm.
39mm.
31mm.
Drop Height
10 mm.
12 mm.
4 mm.
6 mm.
Upper material
Refined 3D Fit Print mesh, Recycled Materials include:
Engineered mesh, Lycra comfort frame, Internal heel counter, Pillowed Tongue
Mesh Upper, PWRTAPE
Shoe Released
Q3 2023
Q4 2022
Q3 2022
Q1 2023
MSRP
$140
$140
$165
$160
LRC Ratings
Out of 10
Overall
8.8
9.2
9.0
8.8
Comfort
8.6
9.1
9.4
8.8
Cushioning
8.7
9.0
9.7
8.7
Durability
8.7
8.7
8.2
9.0
Appearance
8.7
8.3
7.9
8.7
Value
8.6
8.6
7.6
8.8

Reader Reviews

  • LRC Editor's Choice

    Different shoe than before, but still great

    7 miles per week, underpronator, medium arches
    Overall
    9.0
    Comfort
    9.0
    Cushioning
    10.0
    Durability
    10.0
    Appearance
    8.0
    Value
    9.0

    The Nike Air Zoom Structure 25 has a higher stack of softer, springier foam than any previous Structure.  While the 24 was not technically classified as a stability shoe, it was very much in the same vein of a moderate cushion, stable, durable, versatile running shoe that the Structure line has always been.  The 25 seems to be following the trend in the running shoe industry of more, softer, springier cushioning.  It is more in the same category as the Saucony Tempus now (and probably also the ASICS Gel-Kayano and Brooks Glycerin GTS).  It is still comfortable, stable, and fun to run in, and can soak up a lot of miles.  With the added cushioning, softness, and weight, it is a less versatile shoe than the Structure has historically been.  I don't think you would really want to use it for speedwork or racing, whereas previous versions have always handled those things fine, despite the weight.  It really seems like the shoe companies are trying to force us all to diversify our shoe lineups, so that they can sell us more (and more expensive) shoes.  Despite that complaint, the Structure 25 is still a great shoe and one that I imagine long-time fans of the series will still enjoy.

  • Plain Nike Shoe that does the job

    30 miles per week, neutral pronator, medium arches
    Overall
    8.0
    Comfort
    9.0
    Cushioning
    9.0
    Durability
    9.0
    Appearance
    9.0
    Value
    9.0

    Yes, this pair of Structure 25 is bought after seeing Team Sova's hype train. Structure 25 is essentially a more cushioned Pegasus 39/40 with some structured elements like the fake medial posting that isn't very firm and goes up near the arch and the supportive upper. It really just have these extra elements. It is just plain Pegasus/Structure feel that you have always felt in high school/college.

    If you are looking for something with more bouncy etc., just get those supercritical foams or super foams like the Novablast. Otherwise, this shoe is just no-frills.

  • Favorite overall everyday trainer

    20 miles per week, overpronator, high arches
    Overall
    9.0
    Comfort
    9.0
    Cushioning
    8.0
    Durability
    9.0
    Appearance
    8.0
    Value
    10.0

    I just started running about 10 months ago and while I haven't run in a lot of different shoes, once I found this one I settled on it. It's extremely comfortable and gives great support. I continued to get blisters in my Pumas and I found out they were too wide. These Nikes are more narrow, and fit in much better way which resolved all my blister issues (paired with my Balega socks). They're a little stiff at first but break in great and all around I love them. 

  • Very good as a responsive stability trainer!

    30 miles per week, overpronator, low arches
    Overall
    10.0
    Comfort
    8.0
    Cushioning
    8.0
    Durability
    9.0
    Appearance
    10.0
    Value
    9.0

    I picked up this shoe as a daily trainer and I'm about 400 miles into them. I'm addicted to stability shoes, so I thought I would pick up what Nike had to offer in the space. I was pleasantly surprised! These shoes are great as a stability alternative to the Pegasus, very responsive with the air pocket at the front of the shoe, and very structured. (haha) The only complaint I would have is that the air pocket at the front of the shoe caused my toes to curl around the pocket, which was sort of uncomfortable at the start, but I got used to it very quickly. Along with that, the pocket leveled out a little bit so that it felt much better. Overall, I would 100% recommend these shoes to anyone who is looking for a responsive, all-around shoe, good for speed & easy days, that needs stability.

  • A classic do it all trainer

    30 miles per week, overpronator, medium arches
    Overall
    9.0
    Comfort
    10.0
    Cushioning
    9.0
    Durability
    10.0
    Appearance
    10.0
    Value
    10.0

    Have been running in these for the last month plus and have been surprised by the lack of wear and also the traction in winter conditions.

  • best shoe ever but expensive

    86 miles per week, neutral pronator, high arches
    Overall
    10.0
    Comfort
    10.0
    Cushioning
    10.0
    Durability
    10.0
    Appearance
    10.0
    Value
    10.0
    10 star best shoe ever it deserves 10 stars best shoe ever