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Just copped these for 70USD and they're so comfy and lightweight. I don't even want to wear them because the clean all white looks so nice, but hopefully they look good a little beat up. Anyone got tips on cleaning white flyknit?
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spray one of those shoe protectors and just be careful

to wash them just put them in a pillow case then toss it in the washer
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Just copped these for 70USD and they're so comfy and lightweight. I don't even want to wear them because the clean all white looks so nice, but hopefully they look good a little beat up. Anyone got tips on cleaning white flyknit?

Washing machine i imagine.

I had those on order but then cancelled because I couldn't trust myself to keep them clean.

I'd hit them with some Jason Markk repel spray to be safe.
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I washed my FK Lunar 1s in the washing machine on delicate and everything seemed fine. I did use them for running as opposed to just show, though.
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Going to New Zealand next month and trying not to pack too many pairs of shoes. Any recommendations for something that can handle mild nature/hiking stuff and light rain?
post #10341 of 10820
Thread Starter 
Check out the Wilhorse3 or Terra Kiger3.

But I guess it really depends on how "mild" the hiking part is because chances are you won't need trail shoes.

Something like the Pegasus or Structure will likely suffice, not sure if those has any water resistant versions available right now but event he regular versions could probably handle light rain.
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Won't be out in time, but looks fun.

Apparently there are similar ACG ones from last year? They go for quite a bit on e-bay though.
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I like my acg air mowabbs for hiking. They still look pretty good despite taking a beating.
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Won't be out in time, but looks fun.

Apparently there are similar ACG ones from last year? They go for quite a bit on e-bay though.


I found a pair of the grey ones at the outlets for like half off, was just a size too big so I had to pass, looked awesome in person though

Here's more of the upcoming Sneakerboots for FW16.

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womens
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post #10345 of 10820
@RFX45, do they run big?
post #10346 of 10820
Thread Starter 
I wish I could help you out but the size I tried on was a size too big already so I couldn't really gauge if it was tts or fit bigger than usual.
post #10347 of 10820
Those sneakerboots looks very Lugzesque.
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so between myself and a friend, we managed to make 18 raffle entries for the 1s

being in the bay area, though, coupled with what seems like low store allocation, i feel like it wouldn't have mattered even had we tripled that number of entries
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good luck

dont forget snkr+ app and don't give up after the first try, sometime sizes disappear then appear again
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so between myself and a friend, we managed to make 18 raffle entries for the 1s

being in the bay area, though, coupled with what seems like low store allocation, i feel like it wouldn't have mattered even had we tripled that number of entries

where did you enter the raffle?
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