VERSATILE COMFORTABLE AND VENTILATEDThe Nike Zoom Streak LT 2 Unisex Running Shoe is designed for dry crosscountry road and track surfaces A mesh upper and responsive foam midsole provide superior breathability and lightweight cushioningAvailable in men's sizes Reference the Size Chart above to convert a women's size to men's160BenefitsUltralightweight mesh upper for excellent breathabilityDynamic Fit technology for an adaptive fit and secure feelFulllength Cushlon midsole with Nike Zoom unit in the heel for ultralightweight responsive cushioningTPU shank to enhance support and stabilityBlown rubber Waffle outsole for durable firmer cushioning and traction
"When you first put on the shoe it feels like you're stepping on a cloud, great comfort when you first put them on and use it. For me they usually work on any kind of surfaces. Overall it's a very great shoe"
"I wear these flats for workouts and races only. Very fast shoe. I have not worn them for warm ups and cool downs to keep milage down on them. If the pros do their speed in these then they are good enough for me!"
"This is my favorite lightweight shoe on the market I have tried. This is truly a running shoe. I don’t think this is intended to be a running shoe that one also wears as an everyday shoe. I have never ran in the rain with this shoe so I have been reluctant to wash it due to the comments on the shoe not holding up in the water. Is there a recommended way to wash this shoe?"
"I have been using these shoes for track workouts and some speed work on the road. I like the over feel of the show. They seem to wrap around my feet without cutting off circulation. I use them once a week and look forward to my workouts with shoes."
"Really like the approach Nike took with the LT2. Low drop, low weight, low stack, and great fit. All for a price that's hard to beat in the field of racing flats. Cannot comment on the durability yet, however, the sole doesn't look like the kind that's made for hundreds of miles. Have been using it for daily runs (~5miles), but am a bit reluctant to take them farther. Would you recommend using them for daily long distance runs, i.e. marathon training, or even run a marathon in them?"
"I exercise 3x a week on turf and found these really comfortable, super light and good on the turf traction. Sprinting, lateral movements, and pushing weight sleds was really great and I did not slip at all.
For the price you can't really go wrong with these, however I am unsure of at this point how long they will last but a great find for needing a lightweight shoe that looks good and gives me the traction I need."
"I use a rowing machine and I was looking for a shoe to use with mine. Most shoes that are good for running, because of their cushioning, are not very effective for rowing. Since rowing shoes are very expensive, I was looking for a lightweight shoe with very little cushioning to use as a substitute. That made of think of a racing flat and since I have used Nike shoes for a long time, I purchased the Zoom Streak 2. The price was right and I am very pleased with the way they perform on the rower. However, I reserve the use of these shoes for use only with the rowing machine. I have never worn them outdoors. I doubt if many people who use racing flats can make that statement. :-)"
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"I was a huge fan of the streak XC before nike discontinued that model, and found myself liking the streak LT for the same reasons I liked the streak XC, which is mainly the socklike comfort of the upper. Unlike the XC though, the stitching around the toebox that caused blistering is gone and as a result I wear these sockless every time I wear them. I do wish there was more structure to the toe box though; I pronate with my left foot ever so slightly inward and as a result I tore the upper after 100 miles or so. Nike would have done well to place some overlays over the forefoot to get some kind of lockdown. Still a very solid flat for the money though."