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Nick's Boots

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by cathpah, Jan 29, 2014.

  1. cathpah

    cathpah Senior member

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    That's incredibly subjective, and will differ from foot to foot and person to person. I found the White's to be more comfortable for *my* feet, but other people feel the opposite way.
     
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  2. Chris Tran

    Chris Tran Active Member

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    I find nick's to be more comfortable which is why I jumped ship. The construction of the arch is more time-consuming the way they do it and the arch feels not only fuller at first, but it holds up for years

    I've had 3 pairs for a while, work in a restaurant where I walk 5-8 miles a day, feet are doing great, boots lasted longer than the running shoes of my coworkers who are on their third pair in six months.. soles are still doing great
     
  3. Royteane

    Royteane Well-Known Member

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    I personally think the same. I own 3 Whites and 1 Nick. But it still depends on personal preference.
     

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