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post #9841 of 10836
Barneyswarehouse has the huarache air in black/blue and black/red for $80 if you're a 7, 8, or 9
post #9842 of 10836
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LunarEpics are pretty comfortable, real plush cushioning especially if you use the thicker insole it comes with. Doesn't feel very stable though so be wary of that if you plan to get a pair for running. Worth a shot to try it out though since Nike offers a 30 day return policy no matter how beat the shoe is so if you don't like it, it's easy enough to just send it back.


these look awesome. How's sizing
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I sized up by half but that was mainly because I have wide feet and I was planning on wearing it with the thicker insole. You can probably go your usual size if you stay with the thinner insole but again Nike has a 30-day wear test return policy so you can buy to test them out and even run in them then return if it's too small or too big.


Also got the FK AF1s mids, thing is crazy light, weighs close to nothing, they seem to have changed the mid-sole as it's not a heavy lug like the typical AF1s.




With that said, I kind of wish I waited for the lows, the black and white colorway's available now and it's very tempting: http://store.nike.com/us/en_us/pd/nikelab-air-force-1-low-ultra-flyknit-shoe/pid-10983407/pgid-11230311

post #9844 of 10836
Just realized that the 2016 mayflys are not lined with leather:



vs



I wonder how that would change the experience when wearing barefoot?
post #9845 of 10836
AF1 mid and low both look good.
post #9846 of 10836
Black and white mayfly are available, just ordered a pair.
post #9847 of 10836
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Black and white mayfly are available, just ordered a pair.


From where?
post #9848 of 10836
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Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 with Adaptive Lacing

“Innovation at Nike is not about dreaming of tomorrow. It’s about accelerating toward it,” says Tinker Hatfield. “We’re able to anticipate the needs of athletes because we know them better than anybody. Sometimes, we deliver a reality before others have even begun to imagine it.”

Welcome the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0, the first performance vehicle for Nike’s latest platform breakthrough, adaptive lacing. The shoe translates deep research in digital, electrical and mechanical engineering into a product designed for movement. It challenges traditional understanding of fit, proposing an ultimate solution to individual idiosyncrasies in lacing and tension preference.

Functional simplicity reduces a typical athlete concern, distraction. “When you step in, your heel will hit a sensor and the system will automatically tighten,” explains Tiffany Beers, Senior Innovator, NIKE, Inc., and the project’s technical lead. “Then there are two buttons on the side to tighten and loosen. You can adjust it until it’s perfect.”

For Hatfield, the innovation solves another enduring athlete-equipment quandary: the ability to make swift micro-adjustments. Undue pressure caused by tight tying and slippage resulting from loose laces are now relics of the past. Precise, consistent, personalized lockdown can now be manually adjusted on the fly. “That’s an important step, because feet undergo an incredible amount of stress during competition,” he says.

Beers began pondering the mechanics shortly after meeting Hatfield, who dreamed of making adaptive lacing a reality. He asked if she wanted to figure it out — not a replication of a preexisting idea but as “the first baby step to get to a more sophisticated place.” The project caught the attention of a third collaborator, NIKE, Inc. President & CEO Mark Parker, who helped guide the design.

The process saw Beers brainstorming with a group of engineers intent on testing her theories. They first came up with a snowboard boot featuring an external generator. While far from the ideal, it was the first of a series of strides toward Beers and Hatfield’s original goal: to embed the technical components into such a small space that the design moves with the body and absorbs the same force the athlete is facing.

Through 2013, Hatfield and Beers spearheaded a number of new systems, a pool of prototypes and several trials, arriving at an underfoot-lacing mechanism. In April 2015, Beers was tasked with making a self-lacing Nike Mag to celebrate the icon’s true fictional release date of October 21. The final product quietly debuted Nike’s new adaptive technology. Shortly after, the completion of the more technical, sport version they’d originally conceived, the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0, confirmed the strength of the apparatus.

“It’s a platform,” Beers says, “something that helps envision a world in which product changes as the athlete changes.”

The potential of adaptive lacing for the athlete is huge, Hatfield adds, as it would provide tailored-to-the-moment custom fit. “It is amazing to consider a shoe that senses what the body needs in real-time. That eliminates a multitude of distractions, including mental attrition, and thus truly benefits performance.”

He concludes, “Wouldn’t it be great if a shoe, in the future, could sense when you needed to have it tighter or looser? Could it take you even tighter than you’d normally go if it senses you really need extra snugness in a quick maneuver? That’s where we’re headed. In the future, product will come alive.”

In short, the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 is the first step into the future of adaptive performance. It’s currently manual (i.e., athlete controlled) but it makes feasible the once-fantastic concept of an automated, nearly symbiotic relationship between the foot and shoe.

The Nike HyperAdapt 1.0 will be available ONLY to members of Nike+ beginning Holiday 2016 in three colors. To become a Nike+ member and sign up for notifications about the Nike HyperAdapt 1.0, go to Nike.com.








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post #9849 of 10836
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Looks like Nike next big thing is adapting the sock flyknit in the ankle hence the Hyperdunk 2016


and KD8 Elite
post #9850 of 10836
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Nike showed a lot of upcoming shoes and the update or "new" tech they have (in addition to what was posted above).

Free RN Motion





Air VaporMax






KD9

post #9851 of 10836
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KD9

 

 

 

The KD9 looks awfully similar to the Adidas Tubular Primeknit that came out some time ago:

 

post #9852 of 10836
Kinda want the all black Lunarepics that are currently being flipped for $500 on ebay. Will they be like the mercurial htms and never come down in market value and won't ever get a wide release in the exact colorway?
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Free Motions look cool

New KDs are terrible
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Zoom Streak Flyknit Racer




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