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Nike Zoom Rev 17

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8.1
Responsive cushioning and comfortable mesh upper
based on 3 expert reviews
based on 3 expert reviews

Best Suitable For:

Works best if you don't play on dusty courts

Price Comparison:

Available at 1 shop | Official Retail Price: $109.99
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Category Performance Ratings:

Traction
7.0
Cushion
8.3
Materials
8.3
Support
7.7
Fit
9.3
Outdoor
0%

Facts & Figures:

Type:
Mid Top
Release Date:
1/2017
Weight:
light
heavy
Sizing:
small
large
Width:
narrow
wide
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Nike Zoom Rev 17 Review

Pros:
Comfortable Materials
Great Fit
Cons:
Inconsistent Traction

Performance of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

The Nike Zoom Rev is one of Nike's more affordable models at a list price of $110. The upper is made of very comfortable mesh materials that provide a great 1:1 fit. Nike Zoom in the forefoot delivers very responsive cushioning and the Phylon in the heel offers a lot of impact protection. Unfortunately, the traction is very inconsistent. Especially on dusty courts, you will need to wipe a lot. However, if you only play on pristine hardwood courts, and you are looking for a comfortable shoe with solid overall performance, the Nike Zoom Rev 17 might be for you!
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Reviews of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

The 8.1 average overall rating ranks #149 of 183 shoes overall
8.2
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
As a guard, I don't like playing in these very much. Slightly bulky, and higher off the ground than I prefer. It's definitely a decent shoe, but it just wasn't for me.
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8.2
Jarron Ramos [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
If you’re looking for a cloud-like ride, with great materials and a glove-like fit, the Zoom Rev ’17 is going to get the job done really well.
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8.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
The Zoom Rev 17 is an extremely solid option for someone looking for quickness, forefoot cushioning while still riding low, and a great fit.

Traction of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

The 7.0 average traction rating ranks #173 of 183 shoes overall
7.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Traction is okay, but I would have liked a little more bite.
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7.0
Jarron Ramos [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
On clean floors, the traction is great of course, but if your floor has any dust whatsoever, you’re going to find yourself wiping quite a bit.
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7.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Tricky, tricky traction. Very good on lateral moves, inconsistent on straight-line starts and stops.

Cushion of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

The 8.3 average cushion rating ranks #123 of 183 shoes overall
7.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Impact protection is nice, responsiveness is good, but I would like a lower ride.
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9.0
Jarron Ramos [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Responsive Nike Zoom Air in the forefoot and surprisingly soft Phylon in the heel.
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9.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
The Zoom Unit in the forefoot is very responsive, Phylon in the heel works very well too.

Materials of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

The 8.3 average materials rating ranks #97 of 183 shoes overall
9.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Materials are really soft and premium - no break-in period needed.
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9.0
Jarron Ramos [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
This is easily the Zoom Rev’s best category. The soft mesh upper is very comfortable.
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7.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
The soft mesh with thick foam backing is flexible and comfortable from the start.

Support of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

The 7.7 average support rating ranks #165 of 183 shoes overall
9.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Firm material and great lockdown but ankle protection could need improvement.
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7.0
Jarron Ramos [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Fit and internal heel cup provide a moderate support system.
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7.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Supportive midsole, heel counter and the excellent fit provide solid support.

Fit of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

The 9.3 average fit rating ranks #6 of 183 shoes overall
9.0
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Fit is really nice, no dead space at all.
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9.0
Jarron Ramos [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
For someone who’s foot is slightly wide, these fit me like a glove
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10.0
Duke4005 [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
The fit is dead-on. The forefoot was wrapped like a second skin.

Is Outdoor Use recommended?

The 0.0% average outdoor rating ranks #172 of 183 shoes overall
no
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
Soft rubber, I wouldn't recommend outdoor use.
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Width of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

slightly narrow
The Sole Brothers
January 1, 2017
A tad bit narrow.
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slightly narrow
Jarron Ramos [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
Wide-footers may find the midfoot to be a little tight.
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Size of the Nike Zoom Rev 17:

true to size
Jarron Ramos [weartesters.com]
January 1, 2017
We recommend you go true to size and allow the materials to break in.
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