Nike ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit 3 review

Nike ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit 3 review

The Nike ZoomX Invincible 3 Flyknit shoes are remarkably wide and also remarkably comfy. While they’re strangely difficult to walk in, they make running a dream up to a 10K distance.

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nike zoomx invincible run 3 review

Nike ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit 3 technical details

Price: £169.95
Weight: 258g
Drop: 9mm
Sizes: UK women’s 2.5-9.5

Nike ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit 3 pros

  • Super comfy to run in
  • good size range
  • Lovely colors
  • Very responsive

Nike ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit 3 cons

  • Not great for Jeffing
  • Not ideal for narrow-footed runners

Who are these shoes for?

These shoes are for running fast. I got dropped off outside the train station with four minutes until my train left and I managed to leg it down the stairs through the length of the underpass and up the other side, get on my train and still have a minute to spare. I know that’s not ‘proper’ running but honestly, these have serious PB potential.

How do these shoes fit?

The first thing you notice about the Invincible 3 is the width. They are nice and roomy for a wider-than-average foot, and great for longer runs when your feet swell, but I would say they do come up a bit longer too, so try your normal size rather than sizing up by default.

Are these shoes comfortable?

Immediately comfy; it’s like having two mega marshmallows strapped to your soles. I feel like my feet and toes are splayed in a natural way when wearing these, rather than constrained; they’re a neutral shoe, with minimal support on the arch.

Nike ZoomX Invincible Run Flyknit 3 running review

These are bizarrely hard to walk in but incredibly easy to run in. Riddle me that. I think the springiness makes me a bit clumsy around the house but makes everything from hill sprints to 5K PB-chasing a dream. Not enough arch support for anything over 10K for me, but I wear them all the time for shorter, faster runs.

Where can I buy this shoe?

You can find this shoe at as well as on the Nike website.

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