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Anyone knows where to pick up these?

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Assuming they're not out yet.
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I believe those are the HTM version so I'd say they are very difficult to get unless you got the right connects or are in the right place at the right time.
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Anybody have experience with how the '77 Blazers fit? Are they TTS?

Anybody? >_>
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Originally Posted by 7_rocket View Post

I'm not sure if someone replied to my question but I'll post again.
I have nike TR about a year now. I use the shoe mainly for the gym. No running outside (Might change in summer) just your basic cardio for now.
Should I stick with the Nike free line? Or is there something better for my needs? I'm not a marathon runner by any means. Just to hit the gym. Oh I also wear it to walk to work but I walk underground so no ashphalt.
Thanks fellas.
PS .. price point $125 and under

If you want to give something else a try, I've been doing legs/plyos with LunarGlide 3s and they are surprisingly stable so I'd give that a look if I were you, most should be selling for $50-$70 at the outlets by now. LunarGlude 4s are better and probably more widely available so I'd try that on at the store, most of these are or should be on sale too.


But if you are completly happy w/o complaints on the frees then stay with it, plus it is probably better for leg strengthening and more versatile (less cushion and lower sole is better for lifting). This is their new Trainer 3.0 which I really want to give a good try.
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Originally Posted by Dino19 View Post

Anyone knows where to pick up these?


Probably Afghanistan.

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Anybody? >_>


Those are stylish.  According to footlocker, they are true to length and true to width.  If you don't already know, nike runs larger than adidas by half a size, so buy half a size smaller than you would an adidas sneaker.

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^By getting lucky on Ebay or sneaker forums

Nike Free Powerlines+ II “Strata Grey”
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Nike Free Powerlines+ II
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Edited by willy cheesesteak - 12/27/12 at 1:09pm
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yak soul for the SO. Really cool.
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someone once asked me for a rosche trail fit pic

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Roshe trails looks better than regular Roshe.


PL2 looks better than PL1 as well.




Nike Gyakusous Synth.


And speaking of Gyajusou.
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^By getting lucky on Ebay or sneaker forums
Nike Free Powerlines+ II “Strata Grey”
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Nike Free Powerlines+ II
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any idea what retailers are getting these, and when? interested in the strata grey powerlines (i see the basic selectism post on "release info coming soon" )
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whats a good runner.
i have the flyknits but they are too narrow for my wide feet
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whats a good runner.
i have the flyknits but they are too narrow for my wide feet

Question is too broad, if you are serious about a running shoe, there are several things you need to answer. Stability, neutral or barefoot.

If your feet are wide, I'd suggest the Pegasus 29, they are pretty wide and I really like the shield version. That is a neutral shoe.



For stability, LunarGlide 4 is probably my best suggestion. Free Run 3 for barefoot feel.
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