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post #301 of 7912
Interesting on sizing ^^ I found they were TTS for my other Nikes (12). Tried both a 12.5 and an 11.5 in the red/orange and was comfortably right in between them.

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post #302 of 7912
Thread Starter 
I was wearing thin dri-fit socks when I tried on a size 10 and if I wore thicker socks the 10 would probably fit fine. I actually tried my 9.5 with thicker socks and it is definitely snug.
post #303 of 7912
let me know when flyknits drop below a hundy
post #304 of 7912
kop at retail son.
post #305 of 7912
the side profile of those yellow fly knits look so nice.
post #306 of 7912
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post

I was wearing thin dri-fit socks when I tried on a size 10 and if I wore thicker socks the 10 would probably fit fine. I actually tried my 9.5 with thicker socks and it is definitely snug.
you're also a 9.5 for Frees, right? so fits TT (Nike) S?
post #307 of 7912
Thread Starter 
No, I'm a 10 in Free Runs.
post #308 of 7912
TY - i might get these once they restock. the Lunar TR1's are awesome for training/HIIT, but a bit heavy for my taste when running. these look like they'd work, and are the best looking Nikes i've seen in awhile
post #309 of 7912

Received a pair Air Max 2012 as a gift. Are these good for working out at the gym?

 

post #310 of 7912
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Originally Posted by El Argentino View Post

Interesting on sizing ^^ I found they were TTS for my other Nikes (12). Tried both a 12.5 and an 11.5 in the red/orange and was comfortably right in between them.
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most places ive read, plus my own personal exp, was go half size down on flyknits for your normal nike size
post #311 of 7912
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Originally Posted by RuffyD View Post

Received a pair Air Max 2012 as a gift. Are these good for working out at the gym?


Really depends on what workouts you plan to do. I'm not sure I'd really recommend it for lifting, especially if you're going to do squats or deadlifts.

For running, it's perfectly fine if you don't mind the weight. It should be plenty comfortable for running.
post #312 of 7912

Thanks RFX!

Might pick up a pair of Free Trainers for gym workouts.

post #313 of 7912
is the general consensus to size down .5 from your Free size for Flyknits?
post #314 of 7912
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Originally Posted by randomkoreandude View Post

most places ive read, plus my own personal exp, was go half size down on flyknits for your normal nike size

Tried the 11.5 (12 is my Nike TTS) - just barely too tight across the forefoot. My toes also had little to no room up front, so they'd wear more quickly and possibly tear. I wear a 12 across the board in Nike soccer cleats for the same reason.
post #315 of 7912
Picked up the ecru APC dunks.

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