Nike air max baratas shoe range has been around for some time now offering runners a more flexible, less padded experience to the company's Lunar Glide series.
For 2014 the shoe range has broken out into three models, as well as been given a major makeover to suit a range of runners from professional athletes to casual 5km exercise hounds.
We took the nike roshe run shoes out to see how they performed.
The nike air max baratas come in a number of colours and can even be customised to suit your style via the nike roshe run comprar service on Nike.com.
Our test pair were bright, almost radioactive orange, and while that has nothing to do with the overall performance, we mention it because a) it is such a bright and cool colour, and b) we've seen people actively turn their heads to gawp in awe as we've run past and that has urged us to go faster.
The nike roshe run flyknit has received a facelift with changes to the upper and the outer sole. Complementing the air max are two new shoes;
Hexagonal flex grooves
The previous nike roshe run flyknit mujer shoes featured a linear flex groove system that give you plenty of flexibility but only in one direction - i.e. front to back. The new shoes now feature a hexagonal design - it reminds us of the Reebok hexagonal air pockets from the early 90s - and the idea is that the show can now flex in all directions to give you more support, or as Nike says "enable the runner’s foot to move more freely in all directions"
In practice and we have to say that we haven't noticed a huge amount of difference, but that the shoe does deliver a very comfortable ride.