Nike React Miler 2 Shield Road-Running Shoes - Women's

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The rain won't ruin your fun when you have these women's Nike React Miler 2 Shield road-running shoes. They keep your feet dry and traction on point, helping you fly down slick streets.

Features

  • Warm uppers with PFC-free weatherized coatings shield you from the wet stuff
  • Strategically placed skins around the toes help keep water from seeping in
  • Gusseted and insulated tongues help keep you warm and dry
  • Plush collars ensure a locked-down fit; heel clips add support
  • Fit bands at the midfoot tighten around your feet when you lace up, providing a secure feel
  • Nike React foam is resilient and long-lasting; thick stack height provides inherent stability, with a stiffer feeling underfoot
  • Rocker geometry creates a fluid transition from heel to toe-off
  • Wider net width on the forefoot provides added stability
  • Tire-inspired Storm Tread outsoles provide rain-ready traction; microgrooves grab the road, while multidirectional shapes help shed water for direct contact with the pavement
  • Full rubber outsoles deliver underfoot durability and traction for high-mileage training
  • Stack height: 21 mm forefoot, 31 mm heel

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Running

Running Shoe Support

Stability

Running Shoe Cushioning

Maximum Cushion

Heel-to-Toe Drop (mm)

10

Heel Stack Height (mm)

31

Forefoot Stack Height (mm)

21

Footwear Height

Ankle

Footwear Closure

Lace-up

Upper

Synthetic mesh/overlays

Midsole

React foam

Outsole

Storm Tread rubber

Weight (Pair)

1 lb. 2 oz.

Gender

Women's

Size Chart

66.577.588.599.51010.51111.512
U.S. Women's66.577.588.599.51010.51111.512
Foot Length (in.)99 1/89 3/89 1/29 5/89 7/81010 1/810 3/810 1/210 5/810 7/811

Sizing Notes

Measurements are stated in inches unless otherwise indicated.

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