10 Best Value Nike Running Shoes

Updated on: April 2021

Best Value Nike Running Shoes in 2021


Nike Men's Air Max Torch 3 Running Shoes (8 M US, Black/White)

Nike Men's Air Max Torch 3 Running Shoes (8 M US, Black/White)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Nike Women's Flex Experience Run 8 Shoe, Black/White-Cool Grey-Reflective Silver, 7.5 Regular US

Nike Women's Flex Experience Run 8 Shoe, Black/White-Cool Grey-Reflective Silver, 7.5 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • CAREFREE COMFORT: The light weight Nike women's running shoes have a soft knit material that conforms to your every step and encourages an adaptive ride that is ready wherever your route takes you.
  • NATURAL FLEXIBILITY: The women's shoes are designed to fit your unique foot. The flex grooves in the outsole provide a natural flexibility and comfort that lasts.
  • KNIT FABRIC: These sneakers for women have a soft mesh in the heel that gives you cushioned comfort while the knit fabric conforms to your foot for a snug feel.
  • TRACTION & DURABILITY: The textured outsole provides additional traction and durability when active. The heel of the women's running shoe is rounded to promote a natural range of motion.
  • WOMEN'S NIKE SHOES: The women's running shoe has a heel loop on the backside that allows for easy on and off when on the go. Laces have a no-show overlay that covers the foot.

Nike Women's Revolution 5 Running Shoe, Black/White-Anthracite, 7.5 Regular US

Nike Women's Revolution 5 Running Shoe, Black/White-Anthracite, 7.5 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • REVOLUTIONARY COMFORT: These Nike women's running shoes have been designed with lightweight material and a soft foam midsole, built to keep you running in comfort.
  • BREATHABLE SUPPORT: These Nike women's shoes are built with a lightweight knit textile that wraps your foot in breathable comfort. A reinforced heel and no-sew overlays lend support and durability.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT CUSHIONING: The soft foam midsole delivers a smooth, stable ride. The textured outer wall of these women's running shoes help reduce weight and hide creases.
  • DURABLE, FLEXIBLE TRACTION: The rubber outsole of these Nike women's shoes offer durable traction on a variety of surfaces. Spaces in the tread let your foot flex naturally.
  • NIKE WOMEN'S RUNNING SHOE: Imported, fabric: lightweight knit, plush padding, soft foam midsole, and rubber outsole.

Nike Men's Free Rn 2018 Running Shoe (10 M US, Bordeaux/Wolf Grey)

Nike Men's Free Rn 2018 Running Shoe (10 M US, Bordeaux/Wolf Grey)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021

Nike Men's Downshifter 9 Running Shoe, gym red/black - university red - white, 9.5 Regular US

Nike Men's Downshifter 9 Running Shoe, gym red/black - university red - white, 9.5 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • RUNNING SHOES FOR MEN: The Nike Downshifter 9 running shoe lets you take your sprints and runs to new levels.
  • COMFORTABLE FIT: Men's Nike shoes feature open mesh at the forefoot that is lightweight and breathable, keeping you comfortable throughout your run.
  • DURABLE DESIGN: Closed mesh through the midfoot and heel provides structured support to our men's sneakers while the textured outsole provides additional traction and durability.
  • RESILIENT RIDE: Men's shoes with an articulated, full-length midsole that provides resilient and flexible cushioning, while the no-sew midfoot saddle delivers support.
  • RUN FREELY: Flex grooves provide traction and let your feet move naturally in your Nike running shoes and the soft, smooth midsole cushions your stride.

Nike Men's Free RN 5.0 Running Shoe (12 M US, Black/White/Anthracite)

Nike Men's Free RN 5.0 Running Shoe (12 M US, Black/White/Anthracite)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Stretch upper designed to fit like a second skin.
  • Low foam density lets your foot feel connected to the ground.
  • Heel-to-toe grooves allow multi-directional flexibility.
  • Asymmetrical lacing system is placed on the side to relieve pressure on your instep.
  • Bootie construction integrates the tongue to provide a snug, seamless fit.

Nike Mens Air Zoom Wildhorse 5 Sz 11 Mens Trail Running Bright Crimson/Black Shoes

Nike Mens Air Zoom Wildhorse 5 Sz 11 Mens Trail Running Bright Crimson/Black Shoes
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
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Nike Women's Downshifter 9 Running Shoe, vast Grey/Lava Glow-Summit White, 8.5 Regular US

Nike Women's Downshifter 9 Running Shoe, vast Grey/Lava Glow-Summit White, 8.5 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • RUNNING SHOES FOR WOMEN: The Nike Downshifter 9 running shoe lets you take your sprints and runs to new levels.
  • COMFORTABLE FIT: Women's Nike shoes feature open mesh at the forefoot that is lightweight and breathable keeping you comfortable throughout your run.
  • DURABLE DESIGN: Closed mesh through the midfoot and heel provides structured support to our women's running shoes while the textured outsole provides additional traction and durability.
  • RESILIENT RIDE: Running shoes with articulated, full-length Phylon midsole provides resilient and flexible cushioning, while the no-sew midfoot saddle delivers support.
  • RUN FREELY: Flex grooves provide traction and let your feet move naturally in your Nike running shoes and the soft, smooth midsole cushions your stride.

Nike Women's Free Rn Flyknit 2018 Running Shoe (8.5, Ice/Beige Sail/Pink)

Nike Women's Free Rn Flyknit 2018 Running Shoe (8.5, Ice/Beige Sail/Pink)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021

Nike Epic React Flyknit 2 Men's Running Shoe Black/Black-Hyper Jade-University RED 10.0

Nike Epic React Flyknit 2 Men's Running Shoe Black/Black-Hyper Jade-University RED 10.0
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Model Number: BQ8928007
  • Gender: mens
  • Color: BLACK/BLACK-HYPER JADE-UNIVERSITY RED
  • Made In: Vietnam
  • Brand New With Original Box

25th Annual Juried Arts Show - Lancaster Museum and Art Gallery

The Lancaster (California) Museum and Art Gallery is running its 25th annual Juried Arts Show, featuring roughly 80 artists in media ranging from photography and digital media to oil painting and colored pencil.

The works demonstrate a wide range of talents and artistic visions and, for the most part, the current LM/AG show is one of impressive quality. Subject matter varied widely though the show was anchored by works relating to the local area of the Antelope Valley.

Many paintings and photographs feature the Antelope Valley's Joshua tree. The most notable of these works were the two large paintings of Kris Holladay. Holladay took one of the top three prizes at this years show for a piece depicting a night scene with a Joshua tree expressively rendered in staccato curves against a moon-lit sky. Holladay's works are nicely complimented in the show by the other large paintings submitted by Edwin Vasquez and Nick Shake.

Nick Shake was awarded the first prize in the 25th annual juried arts show for an oil painting titled Prepared. That painting shows a young man nearly waist-deep in dark water, surrounded by shadows hued with deep, dark burgundies and umbers. He is weighed down and bent under the burden of a large pack of goods with a meager lantern hanging at his side. Behind the vividly colored young man is a very dark, again shadowy figure holding a slim rod.

One might interpret this second figure, walking into the background, to be the unburdened soul of the young man, ready to do something as simple, as pure, as unburdened as going fishing. The young man, in stark contrast to this simplicity, wears chagrin instead of a smile and feels overloaded, bloated, and overwhelmed but the tasks of the world for which he is prepared.

Shake also has a large water color work in the Juried Show called "Size 13". It is a departure for Shake from some of the work he has recently shown at the LM/AG in that this work is a appears as collage of color and subject with a mainly pastel palette. "Size 13" uses painted squares to create disrupted set of borders that cunningly resemble collage assembly within the larger frame of the painting, conveying a sense that the shoe boxes that form make up the background of the painting may stand for "isolated decisions" which ultimately cannot remain isolated from one another nor from the man who sits in the foreground, a unified clash of the square-painted ideas of himself.

Continuing on the subject of large works: A large work by Edwin Vasquez presented in the LM/AG show is an iconic mixed media piece: the simplified face of a man made out of old lottery tickets and candy bar wrappers in collage pasted over a bright, cool teal. The work is loud and, purposefully, very American. It shows an outsized and irrational view of the self made up of dashed hopes and commercial goods. It is the picture of a malnourished soul. But it is not unhappy.

The photography in this year's Juried Show is also striking and impressive. In the photography, more than in the paintings and drawings, we see a density of interest in the high desert. However, where the desert paintings tend toward landscape and contemporary issues of today's culture and its issues, the photographs tend to focus on an era that is quickly becoming history.

Old cars, broken down houses and barns, the dead stillness of winter - these are the subjects of a culture and a mindset looking at what once was, what no longer grows, like looking at an old lottery ticket that actually once was a winner, but now, well, the money is all spent.

With 80 artists and more than 100 works on display it is impossible to comment and assess the show in detail.

Some of the most interesting works were the mixed media works that utilized a combination of hand-drawing and hand-painting along side digital media.

My personal favorite works in the show were two landscape paintings of Beech trees near water. The artist, Richard Gallego, put his personal stamp on the show and on the landscapes with an incredible use of light. Both paintings delicately construct an expressive, almost impressionistic vision of autumn scenes that subtly yet vibrantly set the deep blue of the mountain stream against the orange of the Beech leaves and the bright tawny trunks of the trees.

Once again, the Lancaster Museum and Art Gallery has shown its dedication to bring quality art to the local public. Where in the past, the shows have been largely of local interest for several reasons, this year's show takes a step beyond local interest.

The artists are local. That is true. A healthy dose of local subject matter relating to the Antelope Valley is also a part of this show.

What makes this show different then? What takes it that extra step into general interest?

Firstly it must be noted that the LM/AG's layout has become that of an art museum under director Nicholas West. West has re-envisioned the space so that what we have now is a legitimate museum. The results of the changed layout are tangible.

Secondly and finally, the quality of the art presented in the 25th annual Juried Arts Show makes for a solid marriage of quality, professionalism, artistic merit, though-provoking statement.

Too many facets for one marriage? You'd be surprised by how successfully these come together in the current Juried Show at the LM/AG.

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