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Train harder with more stability and durability in the Nike® Men’s Metcon 5 training shoes. These training shoes feature a wider heel and a removable insert that adds offset during your heavy lifts and high-impact training.
- Durable rubber wraps up the shoe to deliver abrasion resistant traction while climbing rope and speed while sliding down
- Metcon logo on the tongue
- Swoosh design on the heel
- Wide, low flat heel features a removable Hyperlift insert that adds offset and stability for squats, wall balls and thrusters
- Hyperlift insert is compatible with all prior versions of the Metcon
- Foam is firmer under the heel for a secure feel, and soft forefoot cushioning for high-impact moves
- TPU heel clip provides stability for lateral movements
DURABILITY & TRACTION:
- Directional traction provides a fast feel underfoot
- Brand : Nike
- Country of Origin : Imported
- DICK'S Pro Tips
- Web ID: 19NIKMMTCN5WHTBLKPRF
- SKU: 19790650
Nike Men's Metcon 5 Training Shoes is rated out of 5 by 23.
Rated 2 out of 5 by StephenD908765949 from New insole pad wrecks shoe I typically love metcons. They've been my go-to workout and casual shoe for 3 years . Purchased this new iteration figuring it'd be plug and play, no problems. However, the new insole is a huge problem. The heel has less cushion and the mid and fore-foot has more cushion. Great, except that that the the line where the insole changes cushion levels creates a pressure point on the bottom of your foot. Took me forever to figure out why my foot hurt while trying them on. So bummed. They look great. Really hoping there is an easy solution. Maybe a replacement insole? Otherwise, I'm returning and getting a pair of metcon 4s.
Date published: 2019-08-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by charlehl from Continued Innovation I've loved the new Metcon 5 and I'm happy that Nike continues to innovate a shoe that was already great. I know some people do not like the implementation of the dual in-sole material but I like and appreciate it. It isn't a shoe that you would necessarily run 5 miles in nor max squat with but it reaches a happy medium in being flexible enough to run in and also solid enough to squat with moderately heavy weight. I think this is the perfect shoe for doing crossfit style workouts that require a shoe that balances the aforementioned. I've worn the shoes for a couple months now and they are my favorite metcons by far.
Date published: 2019-08-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by ScottH699294847 from Quality/durability issues... I ordered a customized pair because I didn’t care for the color options that were available. They arrived earlier than expected and came out of the box looking great! Buuuut, after three weeks of use I have to say I regret spending the money on them. I enjoy the support, but the sole does slip a lot on certain floor surfaces and the quality is just not there. The gold “paint/covering” on the heel plate is already bubbling and chipping off and the sole is starting to separate from the shoe. I would expect more durability from NIKE’s flagship training shoe and believe it’s something they should be looking into. As for me, buyer’s remorse is real and at this point the other options from other companies are looking much more appealing ....
Date published: 2020-01-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by HectorS872925451 from Clunky and uncomfortable Pros: well made and seemingly durable shoe Cons: very bulky and clunky. The sole and upper is overall very stiff and after walking around in them for a few hours my foot started to hurt. This is the first time I felt like a pair of shoes wasn't conforming to my feet, but my feet had to conform to the shoe because it was so stiff. Also the shoe runs narrow so if you have wide feet I would avoid these. My heels were also moving more than they should have been in the shoe...too loose.
Date published: 2019-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by charlieb831770685 from Great all-around Crossfit/training shoe These shoes feel like a huge improvement over the Metcon 4's. I have not worn Nano's but I absolutely love these... I try to be a one-shoe guy in the Crossfit box as much as possible, and these serve me well on everything from box jumps to DUs to oly lifts. They're also comfortable to wear to and from the gym and even just around if you wanted to. Also stylish, and I often get compliments. I wear a 10.5 in almost all Nike shoes and that size has suited me well.
Date published: 2019-11-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by CharlesL454261888 from the insole was the issue for me I have worn multiple metcon's and really wanted to like the 5's. I agree with the other reviews about the insole being an issue. The dual compound sounds good in theory but not in real life. The manufacturing process creates a seam where the two compounds meet and I could feel this on my foot. I have worn the shoe for multiple workout and the issue was still there. If Nike offered a new insole it would correct the issue. I am surprised this issue was not caught during the quality control testing. The rest of the shoe is okay. Probably a little bulkier feeling and softer under foot (good for running/jumping not heavy lifts). They fit a little tighter in length but not enough to get the next size up for me. It is almost like Nike tried to upgrade the shoe too much and missed the mark. I will be ordering another pair of Metcon 4's
Date published: 2019-09-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by gabriell66179045 from So close to perfect! Great shoe! Awesome stability, great for lifting and plyometrics. Did not like the softness in the toe area when lifting heavy though. I felt sunk in during things like lunges, but I am more of a need-to-connect-to-the-ground kind of lifter. But this is such a minor problem. I find this shoe comfortable and still a great cross trainer. For heavy lifting though, I’m sticking with my 4’s.
Date published: 2019-10-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by sss891825751 from Big Disappointment Was a big fan of earlier models. They have gotten fat and sloppy. Painful due to the two piece inner sole. There is a line between the two sections that digs into the front part of your heel. After a few wears the heel cup compresses and that line digs right in. Looks? Gone is the sleek profile. The look like sneakers teenagers would wear. I returned them. All around disappointment.
Date published: 2019-07-30
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