Nike Air Max+ 2011 Review | STACK
X

Become a Better Athlete. Sign Up for our FREE Newsletter.

Nike Air Max+ 2011 Review

September 30, 2011 | Elizabeth Puckett

Must See Nike Videos

Nike's latest iteration of the Air Max+ is making a big splash this fall. With new features and a revamped design, the Air Max+ is a great choice for runners of all experience levels.

On reason why runners love the Air Max+ is its compatibility with Nike+. The Nike+ system works with iPods to record information about every run, giving athletes the data they need to train more effectively. This year, runners have the option of using the Nike+ app for their iPhones to record runs with any shoe or by using the integrated chip system in the Air Max+ for precise tracking.

Many Air Max+ features have been redesigned with a runner's comfort in mind. The reworked cushioning and ankle collar help prevent foot fatigue over long runs, making the shoe a great option for marathoners.  Also, the Hyperfuse upper and mesh inner sleeve improve comfort by offering excellent ventilation.

In addition to comfort, the light weight of the new Air Max+ offers runners a speed advantage. The design allows the foot to flex and lift with a more natural feel than heavier shoes. Flex grooves help the foot move more freely, making each step more efficient.

The Nike Air Max+ is a great example of a modern running shoe with a clean look and strong performance characteristics. The shoe is available in a number of colorways, ranging from conservative to edgy, with reflective panels on all models to help keep night runners safe.

Like the Air Max+? Check out Nike's full range of Air Max shoes.

Topics: NIKE | NEWS
More Cool Stuff You'll Like

The Best Commercial You Won

Nike Free Hyperfeel Knit Shoe Moves With You

New iSlide Athletic Sandals Help Athletes Recover

Air Jordan Releases the Flight Flex Trainer

Quick Review: The Reebok Nano 4.0 Is Great for CrossFit

Treat Your Feet Right: When to Replace Your Worn Out Shoes

Puma Fass 500 S Running Shoe Offers a Cushy Minimal Ride

Jordan CP3.VII Out This Week in 4 Colorways

Post Your Next PR with the Reebok CrossFit Lifter Plus

SNEAKER ALERT: adidas Introduces Supernova Sequence Boost

New Balance Baseball: Behind the Cleats

adidas Unveils New Ultra Boost Running Shoe

Reebok CrossFit Nano 3.0: An Ideal All-Around CrossFit Shoe

How to Choose the Best Running Shoe for Yourself

Form Meets Function With the DZR Marco Bike Polo Shoe

Yes, Snoop Dogg Designed a Custom Football Cleat With adidas

SNEAKER ALERT: Jordan Announces Super.Fly 3

The Best Non-Basketball 'Player Exclusive' Kicks

SNEAKER ALERT: Nike Officially Unveils Hyperdunk 2014

Check Out Under Armour's Alter Ego Highlight Cleats

The Reebok ZQuick Is a Racing Tire for Your Foot

How to Find the Perfect Running Shoe

adidas Releases New Golden Adizero F50 FG Messi Cleat

SNEAKER ALERT: First Look at Air Jordan's 2014 Playoff Pack

Under Armour Introduces the SpeedForm Apollo Running Shoe

adidas Unveils the D Rose 4

Who Wore the Best Tennis Shoes in History?

adidas Terrex Fast R Mid GTX Hiking Boot

adidas Previews the FIFA World Cup Battle Pack Collection

A Closer Look at Stephen Curry's Anatomix Spawn Silver PE

Sneak Peek: Puma evoPOWER Soccer Cleats

Jordan Brand Reveals Flight Runner, Its First Running Shoe

Will Johnny Manziel Get His Own Signature Cleat?

Turkey Bowl Gear Essentials: Nike Free Trainer 5.0 Training Shoe

STACK Approved: Puma BioWeb Elite LTD Training Shoe

The Best Basketball Sneakers of 2014

SNEAKER ALERT: Reebok Retro Runner, the GL6000

The ASICS GEL-Kayano