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Who likes the Courtside wovens that came out last month? Just noticed these and thought they were interesting.



Would have preferred to see the brown on a non-white sole.
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Should I or shouldn't I

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Yes I received the second batch of flyknit with the padded heel and flat laces and went TTS and they fit great!
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Where did you get them?
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Originally Posted by 42LONG View Post

Yes I received the second batch of flyknit with the padded heel and flat laces and went TTS and they fit great!

From Roadrunnersports?

 

Also when you say TTS are you wearing socks? 

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Should I or shouldn't I


where is this available?
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where is this available?

http://www.finishline.com/store/catalog/product.jsp?productId=prod703971
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So my old Frees (2.0) are falling apart, and I'm in need of a new pair. Not sure which style/size, so I hope you guys can help. Looking for:

-Some sleek, with a nice shaped toe and not too chunky a sole (sleeker than the Frees I now own)

-Comfy enough for long distance runs and also to wear around the city

-Probably want a dark or black colorway, white soles are fine

-Currently wear a (very snug) 10 in the Free 2.0, so advise me on what size I should get (10-11?)

Thanks!
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

So my old Frees (2.0) are falling apart, and I'm in need of a new pair. Not sure which style/size, so I hope you guys can help. Looking for:

-Some sleek, with a nice shaped toe and not too chunky a sole (sleeker than the Frees I now own)

-Comfy enough for long distance runs and also to wear around the city

-Probably want a dark or black colorway, white soles are fine

-Currently wear a (very snug) 10 in the Free 2.0, so advise me on what size I should get (10-11?)

Thanks!

Roshe runs are nice.

http://www.champssports.com/product/model:175563/sku:11881010&SID=7391&inceptor=1&cm_mmc=SEM-_-Engine-_-Google-_-Plusbox
Edited by cl smooth - 2/25/13 at 2:41pm
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Originally Posted by shoreman1782 View Post

Should I or shouldn't I

i probably would

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Originally Posted by ahjota View Post

Who likes the Courtside wovens that came out last month? Just noticed these and thought they were interesting.



Would have preferred to see the brown on a non-white sole.

Even if you wanted them, where would you get them? I thought they were limited release.

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Roshe Runs are not made for long distance running.

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Roshe Runs are not made for long distance running.

neither are the free 2.0's he has now but I guess that depends on your definition of 'long distance'


reedo- the nike free 3.0's have a much slimmer sole than the 2's if thats what you're interested in.


edit- I should probably add, if you're thinking long distance as half marathon and up, you're better off getting your gait checked at a running shop and then going from there, rather than just buying the coolest looking ones.
Edited by max_r - 2/25/13 at 3:12pm
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1 mile is considered long distance for me, so I'm pretty sure any running shoe other than sprinting shoes can satisfy my needs lol

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Well on a normal day I run 3-4 miles, up to six, and intend to run a half marathon in the next month or two...
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