Nike Air Zoom Vapor X Knit

jd68

New User
Had exactly the same issue rubbing on the bunion (bone) had to give up wearing them, have you tried the new flyknit version? if you have is it any better?
Well that's plenty of Vapor 9.5's to be getting on with, agreed they are the most comfortable shoe i ve ever worn for tennis unfortunately i can get my size anymore:( i've just ordered the knit vapor x will report back :)
 

shev_milan

New User
Had exactly the same issue rubbing on the bunion (bone) had to give up wearing them, have you tried the new flyknit version? if you have is it any better?
Yes . First try-on court of Vapor X, also got an issue something hard rub my bunion on my right foot... After several hours , I thought the issue solved.. felt much comfortable on Vapor X and I felt same comfort as wearing Vapor 9.5 and still switched back and forth between those shoes...

However I feel more confident to wear Vapor 9.5 when playing single match due to better lateral support..
 

SDN

Semi-Pro
There seem to be two versions: one with a blue backing and another with a transparent-white backing .... it's true??
 

SDN

Semi-Pro
Yes, very similar to this, but flyknit; probably should be combined with.
Nike Men's Winter Graphic Crew (black and yellow)
 

Ryan1234

New User
Is anyone having issues with these wearing out quickly on the toe? I’ve only played about 10 hours in mine and I’ve already worn through the plastic on the toe, starting to grind into the knit now...
 

Ryan1234

New User
I wanted to provide an update on my Vapor X Knit. They are the most comfortable and coolest looking shoes I’ve ever had but the durability has bummed me out. I’m 20-30 hours into them and I’ve ground through the knit on the toes and I’ve exposed the hard black plastic inner structure of the shoe. Has anyone else got to this point on their knits? If so, how many hours do I have until I’ve got exposed toes! For reference, I’m not a heavy toe dragger and am usually pretty easy on my shoes.
 
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