Who should buy the Nike Renew In-Season TR 10

The In-Season TR 10 is the kind of shoe that can easily become a go-to for an active lady. One wearer notes that it's been "a staple in [her] wardrobe" and she found herself "choosing them over any other shoe"

The thing is, this Nike shoe provides a good balance of support and responsive cushioning for:

  • moderate weightlifting, strength training with dumbbells and kettlebells
  • aerobic workouts, both low- and high-intensity
  • day-to-day wear

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 brand logo

Who should NOT buy the trainer

If you are hoping for a more accommodating fit in the toebox, unfortunately, this is not the shoe. Most Nike trainers are notorious for their narrow build, so ladies with wider feet are better off checking out workout shoes available in Wide.

The Renew In-Season TR 10 is also not the best type for a rigorous Crossfit session. This sport is very demanding for both the athlete and her footwear. So, if you need a hardcore cross-trainer, the Nike Metcon 7 or a Nike Free Metcon 4 would be a much better option. Alternatively, you can check out the previous versions of the Metcons to get a good discount.

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 best uses

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 vs. TR 9: what’s new?

The In-season TR 10 inherits its sole construction from the preceding Nike In-Season TR 9. So, the changes primarily occurred in the shoe’s upper. Instead of the elastic gore strap, the TR 10 uses a cage-like plastic structure.

It enhances the shoe’s side support when the laces are tightened. This appears to be a welcome update as there were no complaints about support, as compared to the TR 9, where it was an issue.

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 side panels

This Nike trainer makes you comfortable from the start

A great number of reviews mentioned how wonderful the Comfort Footbed feels. This insole is made from memory foam, a material that conforms to the shape of the foot. It is quite often described as “soft and cushy.”

Both the collar and the tongue are lightly padded. These elements contribute to the coziness felt when you put on the Nike Renew In-Season TR 10.

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 padded collar

Well-cushioned for high impact

Highlighted in the shoe’s name, the Renew foam has also become the highlight of the shoe. It’s been carried over from Nike’s running shoes and features just as high a level of responsiveness.

However, it’s been adjusted to the training purposes of the In-Season TR 10. Turned into a dual-density midsole, it is firmer in the heel and more responsive and flexible at the forefoot.

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 cushioning

The wearers are happy with the shoe’s “great bounce.” It feels as if it propels you forward during jumps and runs on the treadmill. They also say that this springiness helps you feel light on the feet.

A few comments came from people with plantar fasciitis and heel pain issues. They report feeling no discomfort after doing a cardio session, running, or walking in the shoe for a long time.

Renew In-Season TR 10 keeps you supported all the way

Renewers report receiving a “perfect amount of support” from this Nike trainer. That includes both the upper and the platform.

In the upper, the In-Season TR 10 uses plasticky side panels integrated into the lacing system. They do a great job securing the foot in place without feeling stiff. In addition, the well-padded heel collar fits well around the ankle, preventing it from moving around.

Down at the bottom, the relatively flat heel design helps wearers feel more stable when they are squatting, lifting, and performing other strength training exercises.

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 support

It’s a budget-friendly Nike

According to the users’ feedback, you “can’t beat these shoes for the price.” The In-Season TR 10 is below average not only among Nike workout shoes (~$95) but also among workout shoes on the market in general (~$90).

For the comfort and benefits it offers, many reviewers consider it a steal.

Quite durable for an affordable shoe

No serious signs of deterioration have been reported by the wearers. The Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 seems to be holding up even in the usually problematic spots, like the seams or the toe bumper.

It is surprisingly good quality for the price!

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 quality

The material breathes well too

Looks like Nike chose the right mesh material for this workout shoe. Many reviewers have praised the breathability level of the In-Season TR 10. They didn’t feel their feet sweat and “interior moisture was not an issue.” They say that the shoe does not hold onto odor either.

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 breathability

Sleek design of the Nike Renew In-Season TR 10

Here are some of the words that the wearers use to describe the style of In-Season TR 10:

  • looks classy and works with business casual attire
  • cute on the feet
  • not flashy but simple and fresh
  • athleisure vibe

They are also quite happy with the colorways that are easy to match with various outfits.

Nike Renew In-Season TR 10 style

Facts / Specs

Update: Nike Renew In-Season TR 11
Use: Workout, HIIT / Gym / Cross-training
Width: Normal
Collection: Nike Renew
BRAND Brand: Nike
Toebox: Narrow
Colorways: Pink / Black / White

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Nicholas Rizzo
Nicholas Rizzo

Nick combines 10+ years of experience in the health and fitness industry and a background in the sciences in his role as the Fitness Research Director. During his competitive powerlifting years his PRs have him sitting in the top 2% of bench presses (395 lbs), top 3% of squats (485 lbs) and top 6% of deadlifts (515 lbs) for his weight and age. His work has been featured on Bodybuilding.com, LiveStrong, Healthline, WebMD, WashingtonPost, and many more. Along the way, collaborating with industry leaders like Michael Yessis, Mark Rippetoe, Carlo Buzzichelli, Dave Tate, Ray Williams, and Joel Seedman.