I like flyknits because the upper is neat and I've yet to see anyone else with them IRL.
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Yea I don't really do the high end, designer sneaker. That's not quite my style. I'm probably going to have to go back tomorrow and pick myself up a pair. They had the trainer and the racer in stock.
Was it in actual Volt or the current "Electric Green" release? I scoured the internet for trainers in Volt, and had Nike do multiple checks of inventory before I caved and got the green ones. Volt would've been spectacular.
It was probably the Electric Green then.
Finishline seems a little sketchy, I was going to buy some free run 2's from them
but the reviews are pretty bad, mostly 1 star out of 5...a lot of complaints
Orders being canceled etc..
You know where I can get the free run 2's for the lowest price?
about $70 shipped from running warehouse http://www.runningwarehouse.com/searchresults.html?search=products&type=men&searchtext=lunarglide
just use discount code fb15d for 15% off.
Wish I saw this earlier, now most sizes in colorways I want are gone
How accurate is the Nike comparison? My Montreals in 10.5 are too tight with the insole so been wearing them without, but the LG4 seem roomy so thinking I can get away in a 10. 9.5 even but that maybe pushing it and most colors are gone.
edit: Suggestions for footwear for overpronators?
Edited by gettoasty - 1/2/13 at 10:41pm
Finish Line is a national retailer. Nothing sketchy about it.
That is just on shoes that people are going crazy for, no one is buying up all the Free Run 2s so you are safe. They also have plenty of b&m stores, 1 out of 5 malls in the US probably has a Finishline so you can go to the store and buy it in person and save on shipping.