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Nike Metcon DSX Flyknit 2 - Men's

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Nike Metcon DSX Flyknit 2 - Men's
Black / Racer Blue / Volt / White


The updated Men's Nike Metcon DSX Flyknit 2 Training Shoe features a breathable, lightweight upper with Flyknit construction for a balanced feel. Its drop-in midsole and sticky rubber outsole offer stability, comfort and excellent traction while you train.

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  • Men's Cross-Training Shoe, new for 2018
  • Flyknit upper delivers durable, yet lightweight flexibility.
  • Heel to forefoot drop: 6mm
  • Dual density, drop-in midsole for added cushioning and flexibility
  • Low profile, max-support heel for stability and minimizing drag
  • Lightweight Vectran filaments (Flywire) for optimal structure and support
  • Sticky rubber forefoot and firm rubber heel for max stability
  • Strategic perforations increase breathability
  • Color: Black / Racer Blue / Volt / White
  • Sizes: See Options Menu

Gear Specs

Color Black / Racer Blue / Volt / White
Shoe Type Men's
Brand Nike
SKU 924423006
Nike Metcon DSX Flyknit 2 - Men's is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoe and fit Only complaint is the heel cup as many have already stated, after a few wears the heel cup isn't an issue. Each time I put them on, the heel cup is noticeable, meaning it feels like it isn't on completely on, but after those few minutes, the feeling goes away. I purchased a half size smaller for use without socks, the fit was spot on, they wont slip off and are great for all lifts. I have not run in this shoe as of yet though and do not plan on it as I use them solely for deadlift, cleans, and most everything in between.
Date published: 2018-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great shoe Great shoe - I will be for sure to buy another pair.
Date published: 2018-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for Lifting If you're looking for a running shoe, this probably isn't it. But as a lifting shoe, these are awesome. Just like "timborocksloud", I noticed a very stiff sole and a bit of heel slip when I first put them on. After 1 gym session, the sole loosened up a bit and the slip was gone. The sole is very firm and flat with excellent grip. They provide good support but still allow you to feel the floor. which makes them great for deadlifts. If you're a low-bar squatter (like me) and don't need the heel of a traditional squat shoe, these are great. My squat stability has improved a lot since switching from a soft-sole shoe to these. Excellent all-around lifting shoe.
Date published: 2018-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from some heel slip in the beginning In the beginning, after I first put them on and walked around my house, I definitely noticed my heel slipping up as I rolled my foot forward. The shoes were really stiff at first, but after they wore in, I didn't notice the heel slip at all during workouts. I love that they slip on and off easily when I am changing my shoes. They look great and feel great. They feel a little clunky on runs of more than 100 meters, but I'll trade that for the stability during lifting and other exercises.
Date published: 2018-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Comfortable shoes Used them for many workouts now and they are very comfortable. Like them alot
Date published: 2018-03-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great fit But I would have appreciated more cushioning in the midsole.
Date published: 2018-03-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rear heel slippage... Shoes are nice & look great. Problem is the inner heel in them has trouble holding my foot into the shoe. I couldn’t use these to run in at all without the shoes coming off my feet. Ok for weight training but the heel issue kinda sucks.
Date published: 2018-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far, so good! I bought these a month ago and so far I am loving them. For comparison, I've had the metcon 1 and 3, and the nano 3, 4 and 5. Looks: what drew me initially to this shoe were the really cool looks, to be honest. I loved how the shoe came a little bit higher up into the ankle. I've already gotten a lot of compliments on my shoes at the gym, which I was surprised about. Everyone wears metcon, nanos or No-Bull (prior to this shoe I wore metcon 3s), so I was surprised when multiple people came up to me to ask what kind of shoe I was wearing ("wait, are THOSE the metcon 4s?! They look sweet!")... My only complaint is that I wished they came in more colors. Fit: I was nervous buying these with all the reviews that talk about "heel slip." It was definitely noticeable when I first put the shoe on, and I can see how Nike tried to help make it better with a heel cup pad. The pad works, but isn't perfect. So far ive done every crossfit movement in these except running and the very minor heel slippage hasn't been a problem. I was nervous for box jumps or double unders but these worked great. The shoe fits quite well, and is true to size (I wear a size 12 in all the previous shoes listed and I got a size 12 in these). They are really easy to slip on and off, which I like because I'm too lazy to re tie my shoes, and they stay snug on my feet. The laces are able to tighten the shoe further if needed, despite it looking like they might just be on the shoe for decoration Performance: these have outperformed all of my other shoes previously mentioned in all lifts. The midfoot and heel feel really stable and I was actually able to appreciate the extra 3mm heel drop over the metcon 3s (these have a 6mm drop and the metcon 3s have a 3mm drop, I think). I've felt really stable in the bottom of all of my lifts and find that I'm less reliant on switching to my oly lifting shoes for every strength cycle. (I still prefer my oly shoes for heavy squats, snatches, cleans, etc, but this is a nice middle ground) The only thing I haven't done in them yet is running, mostly because it just hadn't been programmed in any of our workouts at our gym in the last month (still 30 degrees outside). I've done a few very short 400m laps for warm ups and they worked fine, but I don't think I would choose these for anything longer than a couple of miles.
Date published: 2018-03-20
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