Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RFX45, Aug 18, 2012.
Id say size up .5 for wide feet too.
I did it, ordered the volt training shirt, stretch woven pants (which seem to be a newer version of the ones I ordered before and sent back that I didn't like and I suspect I won't like these bc they're woven), the socks I like, and the new frees. If there isn't much difference between mine and these I will send them back since I love the no tongue on mine.
Nike BH has a pretty good selectrion Jet, go check it out if what you ordered isn't great.
Thanks spence will do. Tired of ndc not having shit for pants.
Blowing my own restock spot because I really don't need another pair of white sneakers.
Sequoia FlyKnit 1s have been my fucking jam so far this year. Got them muddy as hell on St. Patty's day, threw them in the washing machine and let them air dry and they were like new again. They FK1 is also probably the comfiest shoe I've ever owned.
Do these run narrow?
FYI from the BDGA thread. want those solstice in black, or the innevas in a 13. no such luck for me
Missed the boat earlier.
Nike Flyknit in White/Black or Black/White in 9? Wheretobuypleasegooglenothelping
Doods, tromping through Italy (Rome/southern beaches) and France (Paris/southern beaches) this June for 3wks. Trying to pack light. Will be in DH19cm, Uniqlo slim chinos and various shorts/trunks. Need something comfy for daytime wear and can't wrap my head around all this epic info (lunaracer 3, flyknits and frees all look aiight). Those multi-colored flyknits are f-ing awesome, but obviously can't happen. I'm a 45 in CP Achilles and a 12 in most running shoes (Asics, Adidas). I'd appreciate a few model and color recs. Thanks for any input.
I'm a 12 wide in most shoes but a 13 in all Nike pairs I own. All the frees are great for long hours on your feet but the wovens seem to be getting the most comments praising comfort. Pick a grey or black woven that will go with everything your bringing but won't get soiled after a week of wear.
Flyknit Lunars in Wolf Grey. Comfortable and super light. Color is totally up to you, but the Wolf Greys will go with anything. Frees are an option too, but comfort varies wildly depending on your feet. You're probably safe sticking with your Asics size (I'm the same in both).
as far as comfort goes the Free 2.0 wovens are pretty great. Branding is minimal as well, which I find to be a big plus when it comes to versatility
Thanks to all who've responded. JET? RFX?? What say you?
^Can't really go wrong with most recent Nike running shoes tbh. If you're just going to wear them casually, just get one that you think looks good. I'd honestly stick with a zoom air FK if it was me.
I'm not gonna lie, I bought the black Supreme Tennis Classics. We'll see how much that Nike logo bothers me when it gets here :x
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