Train your best in the Nike® Metcon 5 X training shoes. These training shoes combine breathability and stability to aid you in heavy lifts, sprints, and high-impact training in the gym.
- Mesh and synthetic leather are breathable and durable
- Durable rubber wraps up the sides of the shoe to deliver abrasion resistant traction while climbing rope and speed while sliding down
- Reflective details
- Tuned cushioning is firm in the back and dynamic in the front to help with heavy lifts and burpees
- Wide, low flat heel features a removable Hyperlift inset that adds offset and stability for squats, wall balls, and thrusters
- Hyperlift insert is compatible with all prior versions of the Metcon
DURABILITY & TRACTION:
- Rubber outsole grips the floor during agility drills and sled pushes
- Brand : Nike
- Country of Origin : Imported
- DICK'S Pro Tips
- Web ID: 19NIKMMTCN5XBLKSLPRF
Nike Men's Metcon 5 X Training Shoes is rated out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by redbeard1950 from Just what I needed Recently bought these for weight training/cross training on a recommendation from a friend due to some knee pain I was having doing squats and other similar exercises that he thought my be from the fact that I was wearing running shoes for them. They are definitely more supportive and the knee pain has pretty much gone away. They are comfortable, look good, and fit true to size. Ordered them online and didn't get to try them on first, but ordered the size I normally wear in Nike. I probably wont wear them to run in, but everything else they seem great for.
Date published: 2020-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by KennethC92034861 from Best Metcon Yet This is the best Metcon yet and the first that I have been able to wear across the workout spectrum. It is also the first Metcon I’ve had that people have complimented (Night Shade) and asked to photograph. The shoe is well-built and very stable in all situations without the heel inserts. The toe-box could be slightly wider but the fit is like a glove without the strangulation effect of some knit shoes. I got stuck wearing them all day recently and they were very comfortable. The heel is a bit noisy on hard floors as some have mentioned but has great traction for sleds, etc. This version has the potential to surpass the Nano 8 & 9 as the best functional shoe yet but I greatly prefer the Night Shade-functional-CrossFit industrial look.
Date published: 2019-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Megang from Fit perfect. Great for lifting! Comfortable and great lifting shoes. Color goes with everything!
Date published: 2019-10-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marioconti25 from Great shoe to workout! Nke Metcon, probably the best shoe to workout with.
Date published: 2020-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cmacp from Recipient loved them These were a gift to my adult son who loved them. Really nice looking and great for crossfit workouts!
Date published: 2020-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by CrossFit Mebane from Nice shoes Really happy: comfortable and sleek. I can’t ask for anything better
Date published: 2020-01-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by sunilk136805167 from Uncomfortable Not Good for Deadlift/Squats. Overall It's Good but not for lifting
Date published: 2019-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by daronakira from Comfortable, stable, and stylish These are my first pair of metcons, but they blow away anything I’ve trained in before in terms of stability, comfort, and traction. They seem to fit true to size, and feel supportive and secure without being restrictive or over tightening. After about a month of indoor workouts they still look brand new, so I’m hopeful regarding their durability and longevity. The Night Time Shine colorway looks great in person — a bit more understated and classy compared to some of the brighter combos, camo, etc., but still with a bit of flash and easy to wear with most gym outfits. I’ve only done weights and calisthenics in them so far, and so can’t comment on their comfort for sprints or running on the treadmill, etc. The only improvement I’d like to see would be slightly different laces, perhaps a bit squishier or grippier or something. These haven’t come undone while exercising, so I suppose they’re fine performance-wise and I’m probably just nitpicking. They’re also sort of loud on hardwood floors (it sounds like I’m walking around in dress shoes), but since I only wear them in the gym (i.e. mostly cushioned floors, mats, and carpet), this is sort of a non-issue. This is undoubtedly due to the flat bottom and firm rubber for stability, but is worth keeping in mind if you’re planning to wear them around casually (as they definitely look good enough).
Date published: 2019-11-17
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