10 Best Womens Nike Cross Training Shoes

Updated on: April 2021

Best Womens Nike Cross Training Shoes in 2021


Nike Women's in-Season TR 8 Cross Training Shoes, Mauve/Metalic-m, Size 9.0

Nike Women's in-Season TR 8 Cross Training Shoes, Mauve/Metalic-m, Size 9.0
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Brand: Nike
  • Style: Running & Cross Training
  • Materials: Synthetic upper / Manmade outsole
  • Toe Style:
  • Closure Type: Lace Up

Nike Metcon Flyknit 3 Womens Cross Training Shoes (8, Matte Silver/Guava Ice-White)

Nike Metcon Flyknit 3 Womens Cross Training Shoes (8, Matte Silver/Guava Ice-White)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

Nike Women's Metcon 4 XD Training Shoe Atmosphere Grey/True Berry/Plum Dust Size 7.5 M US

Nike Women's Metcon 4 XD Training Shoe Atmosphere Grey/True Berry/Plum Dust Size 7.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Brand: Nike
  • Style:
  • Materials: upper / outsole
  • Toe Style:
  • Closure Type:

Nike Women's Flex Trainer 8 PRM Cross Training Shoes (College Navy/Metallic Silver/Marine College, 8)

Nike Women's Flex Trainer 8 PRM Cross Training Shoes (College Navy/Metallic Silver/Marine College, 8)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Brand: Nike
  • Style:
  • Materials: upper / outsole
  • Toe Style:
  • Closure Type:

Nike Women's Flex Trainer 9 Cross, vast Grey/White-Coral Stardust-Phantom, 12 Regular US

Nike Women's Flex Trainer 9 Cross, vast Grey/White-Coral Stardust-Phantom, 12 Regular US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • LIGHTWEIGHT FLEXIBILITY: Built for low-impact workouts and circuit training, these women's shoes are designed for flexibility and traction.
  • DYNAMIC CONTAINMENT: Synthetic upper and heel strap of the Nike shoe adds support and containment.
  • DURABLE DESIGN: Foam midsole is durable enough to double as the outsole, dramatically reducing weight. Rubber in high-wear areas adds durability.
  • BREATHABLE COMFORT: Mesh in the forefoot of these women's sneakers enhances breathability. Tri-star outsole pattern expands to disperse pressure.

NIKE Women's Flex Supreme TR 5 Cross Training Shoe, Black/White/Pure Platinum, 8.5 B(M) US

NIKE Women's Flex Supreme TR 5 Cross Training Shoe, Black/White/Pure Platinum, 8.5 B(M) US
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Flywire cables in the forefoot integrate with the laces for a dynamic fit
  • Anatomically-placed foam pods on either side of the inner heel provide comfort and prevent heel slippage
  • Hexagonal pattern is hot-knife cut into the outsole enhancing flexibility and 360-degree movement for a variety of training activities
  • Dual-density foam is fused together to provide customized cushioning where you need it most
  • The upper layer offers soft, comfortable support while the lower layer, which also doubles as an outsole, provides durable cushioning

Nike Women's Revolution 4 Running Shoe Gunsmoke/Ocean Bliss/Dark Grey Size 9 M US

Nike Women's Revolution 4 Running Shoe Gunsmoke/Ocean Bliss/Dark Grey Size 9 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Brand: Nike
  • Style: Running & Cross Training
  • Materials: Synthetic upper / Manmade outsole
  • Toe Style:
  • Closure Type: Lace Up

Nike Women's Free Metcon 2 Training Shoe Black/White Size 8.5 M US

Nike Women's Free Metcon 2 Training Shoe Black/White Size 8.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • mesh
  • Midfoot cage locks your foot in place without restricting movement.
  • Rubber wraps up the sides to help resist abrasion during rope climbs
  • Foam midsole has a firmer foam carrier for comfortable cushioning where you need it and stability for heavy weightlifting.
  • Deep grooves along the outsole allow the shoe to flex and expand in every direction for a lightweight feel as you train.

Nike Women's Free TR 8 Training Shoes (10, Blue/Black/Silver)

Nike Women's Free TR 8 Training Shoes (10, Blue/Black/Silver)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Model Number: AJ7833400
  • Gender: womens
  • Color: Half Blue/Black-Aluminum-Sail
  • Made In: Vietnam
  • Brand New With Original Box

Nike Women's Flex Trainer 7 Cross, Black/Metallic Silver-Anthracite-White, 5 B(M) US

Nike Women's Flex Trainer 7 Cross, Black/Metallic Silver-Anthracite-White, 5 B(M) US
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Mesh upper provides lightweight breathability
  • Cables in the forefoot provide a locked-down fit
  • Traction pattern allows for flexible grip in every direction
  • Injected unit sole (IU) material provides lightweight, flexible cushioning
  • Padded sandwich mesh tongue provides ventilation and helps reduce lace pressure on top of the foot

Bedwetting: When Will the Child Stop?

Potty training a child is a challenge for parents and oftentimes is not completely successful until the child reaches age five. For parents involved in potty training, the final challenge is teaching the child to discontinue bedwetting.

For most children, upon attainment of age five, control over the bladder is achieved. For some children, however, the control is not perfected which may, oftentimes, lead to enuresis, also known as bedwetting. For parents, a child's continued wetting of the bed is a frustration and may create discord within the family. Understanding the development of the bladder, the causes of enuresis and methods for treating or preventing the condition, will improve the environment of the home with each passing morning.

Enuresis is the medical term referring to the condition of bedwetting. For children, bedwetting often is completely remedied when the child reaches age five as it is at that age that most children have full adult bladders and can sense the urge to urinate when the bladder is full. Through child development, as early as the age of one, the child's bladder begins to enlarge. By age four, the child should be able to voluntarily control bladder and bowel movements. So, what if a child has continued to wet in the bed beyond age four?

For children suffering from enuresis, also known as bedwetting, the chronic condition can lead to disrupted sleep patterns. Considered an inherited condition, bedwetting is most often attributed to the inability of the child to feel the sensation of a full bladder while sleeping. As a result, the child will release the urine while lying in bed leading to very upset parents and an upset child by morning. In children, symptoms of chronic bedwetting may range from a child who wets the bed occassionally to one who wets the bed every night. Unfortunately, for some children, the level of REM sleep attributes to bedwetting as the child is not easily aroused or may be involved in a dream where they believe they are in the restroom thus the child fails to climb out of bed and urinate appropriately. For parents frustrated with enuresis in the child, consultation with a pediatrician is quite common in an effort to obtain treatment recommendations.

Treatment of bedwetting (enuresis), generally, is quite simple. Wait and see. For many children, bedwetting will discontinue on its own, by age five, and lead to a normal and healthy sleeping pattern. For some children, however, the enuresis may not discontinue and may, therefore, be the indication of more complex medical condition, from a urinary tract infection to a more complex urological disorder. For children with these symptoms, enuresis is not only a common symptoms but the child will also exhibit complaints of fullness or frequent urination throughout the day.

For children who do not improve on a "wait and see" process, the pediatrician may recommend a series of studies to rule out other co-morbid factors. In enuresis studies, a child may prove to have a food intolerance which may lead to the numbing of the bladder and, therefore, the inability of the child to control the bladder while sleeping. When no other co-morbid factors are recognized, the pediatrician may recommend a prescription to control the child's ability to urinate or the pediatrician may recommend the use of a small alarm button which will sound when the child begins to urinate in bed in an effort to wake the child before the event is complete. Regardless of the treatment option, each child can be treated, both physically and emotionally, to control bladder involvement thereby discontinuing enuresis while sleeping.

For parents working with a child who is a frequent bed wetter, the situation can be a daily struggle with great levels of frustration. Discussing enuresis with your child's pediatrician is the first approach to ensuring the condition is not attributed to an underlying health condition. When co-morbidity does not exist, continuing with persistance and patience will oftentimes net the results of a dry bed by the time the child reaches age five. For more information regarding enuresis, visit www.dryatnight.com.

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