The Nike Flex Fury is a neutral running shoe that has a weight of 8.4 ounces and has a 5mm heel to toe drop. These shoes are a great a racing flat with surprising comfort.
The shoe has a pretty stylish look and comes in a variety of colorways. There’s not a lot to say about the shoe, they just look good.
This shoe holds up pretty well to keep you comfortable and snug during runs. The farthest I’ve run is 5 miles on them, and they kept my feet comfortable. There was no discomfort, and my feet felt fine which surprised me since there isn’t exactly a lot of cushioning on this shoe.
Where this shoe shines is for races. I’ve always used these shoes for my 5k races. These trail races range from light to rugged with rocks & other debris on the trail.
No matter what trail, the shoes kept me comfortable even when I stepped on rocks that made my ankle twist and my foot shoot up. The grips on these shoes are also great, on trails my feet didn’t slip around at all.
The durability of Nike Flex Fury is amazing. After a lot of races and hard workouts, the shoe pretty much hasn’t broken down at all.
The outsole isn’t peeling off; the mesh hasn’t ripped. The only sign of wear is a loose strand that popped of. Even that doesn’t even matter because that strand is only part of the design, it doesn’t impact anything else on the shoes.
The Nike Flex Fury is an awesome shoe for races or fast workout days. Whenever it’s a race or a workout, the shoe will carry you through.
On my 5k races or a fast tempo run, the shoes let my foot be comfortable and continue my run. The shoe also let my feet flex which helped not make my feet feel restricted.
The shoe is also crazy light but still has a surprising amount of comfort.
The shoe also had some responsiveness when I went through my strides. A feel of responsiveness made me feel fast and made all the difference when I’m racing.
Adding on the lightness of the shoe, when my body was dying at the end of the race, I barely felt the shoe was there, and the responsiveness gave me the will to finish my kick for my races.
In addition, the shoe has some pretty good grip. Even though it’s meant for the road, it had no problem gripping on trails.
- Comfortable for short distances
- Snug fit
- Good grip
- Comes in a variety of colorways
- Gets uncomfortable for long-distance runs
- Laces untie frequently
- Laces are too long
- The forefoot area is a bit tight
The Nike Flex Fury is a great racing flat that gives you comfort yet remains light. The shoe gives you enough responsiveness to feel fast.
It also has crazy good durability. The Nike Flex Fury also comes in a variety of colorways which is great.
Good to know
- The Nike Flex Fury comes with a reliable traction and durable outsole. It is made possible through the high abrasion rubbers placed in high wear areas and the flex groves that also gives flexibility.
- The dual-density foam comprises the midsole of the Flex Fury. The foam is enough to deliver the right amount of cushioning and underfoot protection while running on the road.
The Nike Flex Fury has a standard running shoe length. It uses the regular measurements when it comes to the sizing for men and women version. The available width for both genders is medium, so it is able to accommodate those with medium sized feet.
The outsole of the Nike Flex Fury is mainly a combination of high abrasion rubber for key wear areas and some blown rubber for excellent grip. The pressure-mapped Nike Flex sole and the rubber pods promote foot flexibility and natural foot movement.
The midsole of the Nike Flex Fury is made of dual-density foam. It is strategically placed to deliver reliable cushioning for a comfortable ride. It also gives added support and flexibility. This midsole material is also utilized in the Nike Flex Fury 2.
The upper is minimally constructed using lightweight mesh layer for excellent shoe breathability and adaptive fit. The seamless construction provides a seamless fit and the roomy toe box accommodates toe splay.