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post #1 of 48
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The topic says it all, btw it doesn't need to be something like Y3 or Prada america's cup. I would say my favorite sneakers are adidas superstar II in white with navy stripes.
post #2 of 48
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The topic says it all, btw it doesn't need to be something like Y3 or Prada america's cup. I would say my favorite sneakers are adidas superstar II in white with navy stripes.
Mizune Wave Creation 5
post #3 of 48
Puma Mihara's MY8 and MY5. Adidas Samoas and Italias. Chuck taylors.
post #4 of 48
Puma SpeedCats and whats gracing my feet today (you did say Y-3): http://66.170.193.77/cgi-bin....;st=960 Jon.
post #5 of 48
I like that this thread or something like it appears every three months. Right now I'm enjoying my Converse Varvatos WC IIs in Brown/Green All time favorites - Black Chuck Taylor Hi. ahem - Runners up: Adidas Rod Laver Converse Jack Purcell Saucony Jazz Not far off the standard, I'm afraid. Somewhat on-topic: Is calling them "sneakers" v. "tennis shoes" a regional thing?
post #6 of 48
Also called kicks (West Coast) and trainers (UK wanker speak.)
post #7 of 48
I have a pair of K-Swiss Classics for relaxing and a pair of Nike Air Crosstrainers for working out. Bradford
post #8 of 48
I like the classics: Converse Jack Purcell Adidas Samba Puma California Adidas Stan Smith (for tennis) Adidas Supernova (for running)
post #9 of 48
My various grey New Balance running shoes. That said, I do wish that I could find more brands of sneakers in wide sizes.
post #10 of 48
Chuck Taylor Low Jack Purcell Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 Puma Mihara Yosuhito (8 and 5 are my favorites as well) Y-3 when affordable Vans (officially tagged "Old School" now) I have never in my life owned adidas shoes. It's a complete accident though, I wore black Chuck Taylors and black Vans exclusively from 1st grade to till freshman year of college.
post #11 of 48
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My various grey New Balance running shoes. That said, I do wish that I could find more brands of sneakers in wide sizes.
Me too. Do you know of any others besides NB?
post #12 of 48
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Chuck Taylor Low Jack Purcell Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 Puma Mihara Yosuhito (8 and 5 are my favorites as well) Y-3 when affordable Vans (officially tagged "Old School" now) I have never in my life owned adidas shoes. It's a complete accident though, I wore black Chuck Taylors and black Vans exclusively from 1st grade to till freshman year of college.
Brian what do you think about my Y-3's? Jon.
post #13 of 48
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Puma SpeedCats and whats gracing my feet today (you did say Y-3): http://66.170.193.77/cgi-bin....;st=960 Jon.
Those Y3s are nice. I also like Pradas, Pumas, and Guccis (whatever few they make)
post #14 of 48
ATM, I've seen Asics and Nikes, but the I liked the appearance of the Asics less than NB, and Nikes run so narrow that their idea of wide is closer to most brands' medium.
post #15 of 48
Did you all see my post for special on one of the best runners made...Saucony Grid Hurricane 6 Saucony Deal
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