Nike Zoom Gravity 2: Your reliable race companion

The Zoom Gravity line is designed to provide a balance of cushioning and support that runners need to run faster and longer. In its second installment, the Zoom Gravity features an updated design that helps you get through the miles. 

Built with the brand’s top of the line technologies, the Nike Zoom Gravity 2 helps you make the step from fast runs to winning races. 

What you need to know

This neutral running shoe works best for people with normal gaits. Runners who supinate (when the outside edges of the foot carry most of the bodyweight) or those who mildly overpronate (when the foot rolls inward) may also benefit from this neutral-cushioned shoe

The Nike Zoom Gravity 2 is a road shoe that is designed for running on pavements, tracks, and fields. Its grippy outsole and lightweight structure are meant to maximize your stride for a more efficient ride. This Nike shoe is great for tempo runs and 5 to 10k marathon racing. 

Nike Zoom Gravity 2 vs 1

Zoom Gravity 2 incorporates higher heel foam for improved cushioning and faster feel compared to the original Zoom Gravity. The designers also infused an updated upper for greater comfort and support. 

Boasting its notable improvements, the Zoom Gravity 2 aims to elevate the runner’s overall performance while retaining what the people love in its predecessor. Here are some of the similarities between these running shoes:

  • Zoom air unit in the forefoot for speed and agility
  • Mesh material for breathability and support
  • Rubber outsole for multi-surface traction and durability

Facts / Specs

Terrain: Road
Weight: 198g
Arch support: Neutral
Collection: Nike Air Zoom
Pronation: Neutral Pronation / Supination / Underpronation
Arch type: High arch
Use: Jogging / Treadmill

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