Nike Renew Ride 3 Review (2023)

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Review written on 07th November by Elliott Dowling Marathon Runner
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Nike Renew Ride 3 Verdict

The Nike Renew Ride 3 would fail to find a spot in any serious runners rotation. It has a heavy, unforgiving ride with little toe off pop. It took a lot of energy go get this shoe moving.

The pros

  • Soft upper. Easy to get a comfortable fit.
  • A lot of rubber on the outsole. No signs of wear after 50 miles.
  • Roomy fit. If you need a wide, or are close to a wide, this shoe will work for you fine.

The cons

  • Very firm, unforgiving ride.
  • Shoe ran about 1/2 size too big for me.
  • Tongue tended to shift when running.

Rating breakdown

Comfort

5.0

Build quality

6.0

Upper

6.0

Sole unit

4.0

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Landing

4.0

Transition

3.0

Toe-off

3.0

Traction

7.0

Durability

8.0

Value / Price

4.0

Facts / Specs

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Brand

Nike

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Model

Renew Ride 3

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Type

Cushioning

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Weight

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10oz (283 g)

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MSRP

$75.00

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Heel

mm.

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Toe

mm.

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Heel drop

10 mm.

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Carbon plate

No plate

Size/Fit

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Sizing

Buy half size smaller

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Heel fit

Normal

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Midfoot fit

Normal

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Toebox fit

Wide

Cushioning & ride

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Type of cushioning

Balanced

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Amount of cushioning

Medium cushioning

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Stability

Very stable

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Flexibility

Rigid

Usage

Racing

Speedwork

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Long distance racing

Ultra distance racing

Who should buy the Nike Renew Ride 3 ?

Anyone interested in one shoe for the gym and some short runs would be interested in this shoe. It has a firm feel, anyone could use it for lifting.

Who should not buy the Nike Renew Ride 3 ?

This shoe would fail to find a spot in any serious runners rotation. It has zero energy return or pop.

Nike Renew Ride 3 Introduction

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The Nike Renew Ride 3 is billed by Nike as an everyday trainer. They tout a smooth, soft ride that is so comfortable you’ll want to wear it after your run. I found basically the opposite to be true. It has none of the cushioning that you find in the Pegasus Turbo 2, React or Miler.

Nike Renew Ride 3 First Impressions

I had high hopes for the shoe when I first slipped it on. The upper is soft and roomy for a comfortable, compliant fit. The shoe ran a tad long, I would’ve fit better into a men’s 10 instead of my usual 10.5. The laces are long but heavy and secure. After walking around my house, I could tell this was going to be a heavy feeling shoe.

Nike Renew Ride 3 Upper

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The upper is a little long but I didn’t find that to be a problem. The upper is the star of the shoe to me. It is roomy and comfortable. This upper on a better midsole would make for a very enjoyable ride. The laces are a tad long but the trade off there is they are strong. It was easy to get a good lockdown.

Nike Renew Ride 3 Sole Unit

Looking at the shoe, and reading the description on Nike’s website, one would think it would be comfortable based on the amount of stack. According to Nike’s website, this version of the Renew foam is their softest yet. I did not have that experience.

I felt the Quest 4 was softer, and I didn’t think was very soft either. The ride is bottom heavy but that is nothing new for Nike. I find the same to be true of any of the Pegasus models. However, there is no toe off pop meaning your legs must do all the work to get this shoe moving through your stride.

I noticed a slight pressure point on the balls of my feet. I was worried at first that this had the same high arch that gives so many runner issues in the Alphafly Next %.

Nike Renew Ride 3 Conclusions

I found a large disconnect between Nike’s description of this shoes ride and what I noticed. I did not feel any softness or comfort running nor did I feel compelled to wear this after my run. In fact, I tried that at the National Zoo with my kids and wished I’d worn my Hoka Challenger ATR work shoes instead. My legs were beat up after walking the zoo for several hours. The Renew Ride 3 does not deliver on its promise of a soft ride.

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This review was written by Elliott Dowling on 07th November.
Elliott Dowling lives with his wife and two children (9 & 7) in southeastern Pennsylvania. He is a road runner, focused mostly on the marathon distance. Elliott has ran 3 marathons with a PB of 3:10:50. His goal is BQ, and currently he stand 50 seconds off that goal. He has an active family, his wife is a marathoner and triathlete and 9 year old son has ran several 5ks.

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