Who should buy the Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase

The Revolution 6 FlyEase from Nike is best suited for runners who: 

  • have limited mobility or those who want a convenient lockdown
  • are new to the running scene and are looking for a budget shoe
  • want a daily trainer that can double for jogging and all-day wear 

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase logo

Convenience is key with the Revolution 6 FlyEase

For background, the Nike FlyEase collection, in general, is dedicated to runners who have limited mobility. It ditches the typical lace-up configuration and makes use of a zipper lockdown system that makes it easy and efficient to wear.

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase zipper lockdown

Most testers are happy with this design, saying that it's not only simple; it also keeps their feet tucked in place. 

No need to break it in

"Comfortable upon step in" is how runners describe the Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase. It's soft "like pillows;" none of them has reported foot fatigue after miles of test runs. 

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase midsole

Those who are on their feet for long hours also attest to this. 

Doesn't cause any drag

It doesn't have a lot of fuss, which is why the majority of the reviewers find it very light and airy. 

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase design

The Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase is great for summer runs

The mesh upper has a lot of perforations, making the Revolution 6 FlyEase very breathable, especially during humid days.

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase breathable

Reducing waste

The regular Revolution 6 and the FlyEase version both have "Next Nature" in their name, signifying Nike's steps in making it more sustainable. To do this, it's made with 20% recycled materials (calculated by weight). 

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase sustainable

Will keep you grounded

According to multiple runners, the shoe's traction is "very sticky" on both dry and slick surfaces. 

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase grip

Can do so much for so little price

This shoe only retails for $65 whereas the average running shoe costs $120. For less than $100, you get a shoe that can double for walking and all-day wear. 

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase foam

A nay for wide feet

The opening of the Revolution 6 FlyEase is a tad narrow for those with broad feet, making it a challenge to put on. For reference, many find it narrower than the previous Revolution 5 FlyEase.

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase narrow

Can't cinch it down

Those with narrow to medium-width feet who prefer a tight fit won't be happy with the shoe's zipper lockdown. Dialing in the fit is not an option with the Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase. 

Nike Revolution 6 FlyEase lockdown

On top of this, there are also reports of the zipper digging into the ankles because it bunches up.

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Arch support: Neutral
Base model: Nike Revolution 6
Collection: Nike Revolution
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: All-day wear, Walking / Jogging / Treadmill

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