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post #4036 of 7528
I took the Shield jacket out for a run in 40 degrees and rain today. Perfect running jacket—super comfy, kept me dry, and didn't overheat. The cut is nicely slim, too. Flyknit and tights got destroyed though—need some more rain resistant gear.
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Lunar Terra Arktos

I kind of like these. If they're genuinely technical, they'd be nice for snowy days. Too bad they sold out right away.
post #4037 of 7528
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I took the Shield jacket out for a run in 40 degrees and rain today. Perfect running jacket—super comfy, kept me dry, and didn't overheat. The cut is nicely slim, too. Flyknit and tights got destroyed though—need some more rain resistant gear.
I kind of like these. If they're genuinely technical, they'd be nice for snowy days. Too bad they sold out right away.

What did you expect from loosely KNIT shoes rotflmao.gif With that said, grab shield edition + thicker socks (if you don't wear socks already). As long as you don't step into a puddle you will be dry from snow and rain
post #4038 of 7528
Yeah I knew they'd get soaked but wanted to test the jacket. Thanks for the rec; I'll check those out.
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look to be tapered? lol8[1].gif

I need some pants in that knit dri fit like my old pants but either they're too baggy or too tight, and they always ruin with some stupid reflective strip by the ankle or some shit.

I have these (football pants):

http://www.zalando.nl/nike-performance-squad-trainingsbroek-zwart-n1242b1wy-802.html

No reflective strip or shit smile.gif, but maybe too tight for your liking.
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I have these (football pants):

http://www.zalando.nl/nike-performance-squad-trainingsbroek-zwart-n1242b1wy-802.html

No reflective strip or shit smile.gif, but maybe too tight for your liking.

was looking at those as an alternative to the tech pants that i could actually work out in - how do they hold up? any idea if you could wear them casually or strictly gym wear?
post #4041 of 7528
Can't help you with an answer yet, rockket. I bought them for running (yeah, I should wear tights, I know, but I'm not Robin Hood smile.gif), but the temperatures have been too high for trying them out.
post #4042 of 7528
They are warm up pants that you stretch in before and after ctual training so I would say its fine for working out in them, even though I wouldn't do it personally.
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Yeah I knew they'd get soaked but wanted to test the jacket. Thanks for the rec; I'll check those out.

did you size up for the jacket and did you get from ndc?

post #4044 of 7528
^ Regular size from Nike.com.
post #4045 of 7528
I'm really a beginner when it comes to running (started two months ago), but the football pants worked for me:

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Recent acquisitions

The acg ones are so good.
post #4047 of 7528
Is there anywhere that sells this model of the Flyknit trainer:



Or does everyone only stock the one side black/one side white model? How does that model look IRL?

Are flyknit trainers/racers TTS? I wear 10 in the Free 2.0 and 10.5 in the Free 3.0, so I'm guessing 10?

I'm also clearly confused at the difference between the trainer/racer lol
post #4048 of 7528
i think that is sold out every where reedo besides super mark up on ebay in limited sizes.
post #4049 of 7528
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i think that is sold out every where reedo besides super mark up on ebay in limited sizes.

After some more research, I think you're right. Guess I'll settle for the B/W dual sided ones, found a pair for a little under retail+free shipping. So 10 or 10.5?
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

Is there anywhere that sells this model of the Flyknit trainer:



Or does everyone only stock the one side black/one side white model? How does that model look IRL?

Are flyknit trainers/racers TTS? I wear 10 in the Free 2.0 and 10.5 in the Free 3.0, so I'm guessing 10?

I'm also clearly confused at the difference between the trainer/racer lol

Racers are narrower and less supportive, and if your feet pronate you're fucked.

The black/white colourway you're talking about is the Racer and it is hands down one of, if not the nicest colourway of any Flyknit. The photo you posted is the Trainer and that particular colourway is sold out.

You'll be fine with a size 10.
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