Verdict from 19 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Breathable: The majority of buyers love the well-ventilated upper of Nike Zoom Double-Stacked.
  • Thick soles: Most reviewers like the stacked sole as it adds a few inches to their heights.
  • Comfortable: This sneaker is very cozy, according to a few reviewers. 
  • Eye-catching: This feminine-exclusive sneaker looks wild and flashy, several reviewers have mentioned.
  • Chunky: Its bulky profile reminds some of the buyers of the luxurious Balenciaga sneakers.
  • Bouncy: When worn, this sneaker gives a handful of reviewers a springy ride.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Flexibility: A video reviewer mentions that the forefoot of Nike Zoom Double-Stacked is not that bendable.
  • Weight: A couple of buyers share that they find this sneaker a bit heavy.
  • Pricey: Nike sells this at an expensive price range.

Bottom line

To celebrate one of Nike's most iconic technologies, the brand unveiled an iteration with a piled-up Nike Air Zoom. The thick-soled Nike Zoom Double-Stacked caught the limelight for its aesthetically gaudy style and superb comfort.

Despite a few demerits when it comes to lightness and flexibility, Nike deserves credits. The brand successfully enforced its wild imagination to come up with an iteration that is pleasing on the eyes and the wearer's toes.

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Video reviews

Reach new heights with the Nike Zoom Double-Stacked

The Nike Zoom Double-Stacked boasts its women-exclusive bold design to celebrate the Zoom Air technology. This excessively oversized sneaker aesthetically captured the hearts and attention of many for its futuristic look and modern comfort. 

Taking cues from the running footwear Nike Air Zoom AlphaFly NEXT%, this sneaker is made entirely of a mesh upper with leather overlays and detailed stitching. An unfinished TPU Swoosh branding adorns the upper to add unique style. This straightforward upper was intentionally designed to highlight its stunning shape and stacked sole technology. Nike sells this in several fashionable colorways, such as Barely Volt, Black/Volt, and Summit White.

The Zoom Air units

Found on the cored-out midsole are the visible four Zoom Air pods that are strategically placed on areas of the foot that touch the ground the most. This technology was first unveiled in 1995, specifically for the runners. It is made of compressed air and synthetic fibers that stretch and spring back quickly to its original shape. It absorbs shock with every stride and reduces the stress on the runner's feet and legs.

Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.