Who should buy the Renew Rival Shield
The Nike Renew Rival Shield focuses on running conditions that involve low lighting and wet weather conditions. Such a shoe is recommended for you if:
- You want a water-repellent shoe that can perform well on long-distance runs
- You prefer a daily running shoe that is built for runners with moderate to high arches
Updates to the Nike Renew Rival Shield
- The upper unit features a water-repellent fabric to stave off splashes and minor instances of water exposure
- Renew technology involves a mildly firm carrier unit that encases a soft nucleus, offering a consistently soft underfoot experience and a snappy ride
- Flex grooves on the under-pad encourage the natural movement capacity of the foot
Flexible outsole for optimal traction
Ground-contact foam makes up the outsole unit of the Nike Renew Rival Shield. The compound is durable, and it can provide traction through a zigzagging pattern of shallow trenches. The grooves are also for flexibility.
A comfortable yet snappy ride
Underfoot cushioning of this water-repellent Renew Rival shoe is given by the Renew technology, which is comprised of the slightly firm foam that also graces the outsole, as well as a core that is soft by design. These two elements work together to ensure a comfortable yet snappy ride. The soft center cushions the foot while the firm wall propels the runner forward.
The medial part of the midfoot has a raised portion that buttresses the arch, thus helping in the prevention of strain or irregular gait progression.
The external part of the Nike Renew Rival Shield’s upper unit is made up of a textile that is water-repellent. The job of this material is to protect against mild splashes of water. It still accommodates airflow through tiny holes.
The internal lining is a soft and smooth fabric that seamless mimics the foot-chamber. It prevents hot spots and blisters while encouraging ventilation.
A toggle lacing system is employed in this running shoe. It is comprised of thin, rounded laces, discrete eyelets, and a secure-and-lock unit that adjusts the tightness or looseness of the fit.
Reflective prints are fashioned on the instep, the sides and the heel. Such elements encourage safety when running in low-light conditions.
A pull tab is placed on the back part of the collar to assist the runner when wearing or removing the shoe.