Today we will take a closer look at one of the most underrated styles from Nike the Tanjun sneaker and review its features. If you look at these and you're having a deja-vu it's all because this is Nike Roshe's little brother and the two almost look the same. Nike hit the jackpot in 2012 when they released the Roshe Run, a simplistic shoe built for comfort. Despite its name the shoe became a favorite for every day use. The original $74.99 price was a big factor for its success but the brand had to fill the gap when they released this summer the more expensive Roshe Two. The Nike Tanjun followed in the steps of the original Roshe but with an even better price.
Nike Tanjun is all about comfort. The one piece upper is made of a diamond patterned mesh that is so breathable that you can feel the air flowing. The material is mainly nylon, known for its durability despite the thin layers. There is a light padding around the collar and on the tongue, giving an uniform feel of comfort throughout. The lining is also made of fabric, being flexible to mold on any foot shape. People with bunions and hammertoe are praising them and that says something.
The insole of the Nike Tanjun feels like memory foam, adding to its comfort. The midsole and sole are in one piece, being made from engineered EVA foam with a waffle pattern. This makes the shoes vey light, a size 7 weighing only 7oz.
What I noticed during this Nike Tanjun review is that they fits true to size and has a true width, offering moderate arch support. For this reason they are great every day shoes, many wearing them at work.The comfort they offer all day make them a great companion for those standing for long hours. They come in various colorways, for both men and women. At only $64.99 are a great value for what they have to offer.