Sure there’s the Roshe Run Trail and the Air Pegasus+ 29 Trail, but Nike hasn’t had a serious trail running shoe in quite some time. That is, until now. And not just one, but two sneakers designed to tear up the backwoods.
Just in time for some summer trail running, Nike has rolled out the Zoom Terra Wildhorse and Zoom Terra Kiger running shoes. As their names suggest, both models are packing Zoom cushioning units in the heel and forefoot, and both feature a compression molded Phylon and Cushlon midsole for dual-density cushioning, as well as a responsive ride.
At 8.6 ounces, the Terra Kiger is the lighter of the two (with the Terra Wildhorse weighing in at 9.6 oz). It features Dynamic Fit technology with integrated Flywire for lightweight support, and a rubber waffle outsole for multi-surface traction. The Wildhorse also comes with Dynamic Fit, though it features a slightly more aggressive outsole pattern for durability and grip on various surfaces. Both shoes feature a lightweight mesh upper for breathability.
Despite so many similarities, the Zoom Terra Kiger comes in with a slightly higher price tag ($125), compared to the Zoom Terra Wildhorse ($105).