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Nike Zoom Vomero+

Released: 2006
Key Feature: Cushlon
Weight: 11.8

The original Nike Zoom Vomero+ boasted an internal EVA footbed for extra cushioning and comfort, a snug heel counter, and a full length Zoom Air cushioning system, mostly marketed to high volume runners with a high arch.

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Nike Zoom Vomero+ 2

Released: 2007
Key Feature: Breathable mesh paneling, less upper overlays
Weight: 11.6 oz

The second edition of the Vomero looks a bit faster than its predecessor, though most of the specifications remain the same as the original model.

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Nike Zoom Vomero+ 3

Released:
Key Feature: Nike Air Zoom Technology
Weight: 11.5 oz

By the third rendition, Nike had solidified the Vomero as the answer for high milage runners seeking a comfortable shoe that can go the distance.

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Nike Zoom Vomero+ 4

Released: 2009
Key Feature: Midfoot supportive shank
Weight: 12 oz

The number one ranked cushioning shoe of its time, the 4 continues to provide a soft ride for neutral to under pronators in a style similar to its predecessor.

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Nike Zoom Vomero+ 5

Released: 2010
Key Feature: Separate Zoom Air cushioning in heel and forefoot
Weight: 11.6 oz

Described as “pillowy” soft, the fifth edition of the Nike Vomero introduced two separate Zoom Air cushioning units and a redesigned midfoot, designed to guide heel strikers to transition smoothly through toe-off.

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Nike Zoom Vomero+ 6

Released: 2011
Key Feature: Midfoot elastic mesh panel
Weight: 11.6 oz

Often compared to the similar looking Pegasus, this Vomero can be easily identified by the simplicity of the upper, padded tongue, and decoupled heel.

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Nike Zoom Vomero+ 7

Released: 2012
Key Feature: Nike+ equipped
Weight: 12.7 oz

The secure fit is a result of the TPU heel counter and a full-length Cushlon midsole that works with the Dynamic Fit system for a smooth, soft ride. Nike continues to boast the Vomero as the “smoothest ride” the brand has to offer.

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Nike Zoom Vomero+ 8

Released: 2013
Key Feature: Open mesh panels for improved ventalation
Weight: 11.9 oz

With all of the bells and whistles of its predessecor (Cushlon, Dynamic Fit technology), the latest Vomero is the lightest to date with a paired down upper and breathable open mesh panels.

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Released: 2014
Key Feature: Flywire technology

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