Added cushioning under the forefoot offers comfort and protection. A single layer mesh upper ensures maximum breathability and stitchless overlays give extra support to the heel. A Phylon midsole protects the foot from impact and the anatomical shape of the forefoot ensures an unrestricted fit. The spike plate holds 5 spikes for optimum track hold.
Comes with a set of spikes for track running, a key and a Nike carry sack.
The Rival D is a great choice for the athlete undertaking distance events on the track or for juniors who are trying out a variety of different track and field events.
- Pebax® plate with 5 removable spikes delivers optimal propulsion.
- Enhanced cushioning under the heel adds comfort.
- Single-layer mesh provides lightweight breathability.
- Phylon midsole offers lightweight, responsive cushioning.
- Arch band secures the midfoot.
- No-sew overlays add support in the heel. Overlays on the toe tip and eyestays offer durability.
- Anatomical toe shape allows room for a spacious, comfortable fit
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HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE FOR RUNNING SHOES
Your running shoe size will generally be 1 to 1.5 sizes bigger than your regular (‘dress’) shoe size. Bear in mind also that one foot can be slightly bigger than the other.
First, kick your foot back into the heel of each shoe before checking how much space is left at the front. When standing in each shoe with your full weight on the foot, it’s best to have between half and a full thumb's width between the end of the longest toe and the end of the shoe.
When standing in the shoe, it’s best to have a little wiggle room for the toes, but the back of heel should still feel nicely secure.
Sprint spikes are best when a close fit. Distance spikes best when up to a half a thumb's width between the end of the longest toe and the end of the shoe.