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NIKE Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RFX45, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. tropics

    tropics Senior member

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    didn't like any of the standard colours so those are nike id... got to pick them myself
     


  2. tropics

    tropics Senior member

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    plus, more importantly, i got the tongues to say "dave cool" :rotflmao: :slayer:
     


  3. bawlin

    bawlin Senior member

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    What's the benefit of the regular model? I don't care what anyone says - the Flyknit is a lifestyle shoe and anyone who uses these for running or working out is a fool in my mind.
     


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    gettoasty Senior member

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    I agree with this^

    I only bought it for lounging and kicking it. Gym/running i still prefer other models like the FR
     


  5. RFX45

    RFX45 Senior member

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    Flyknit material is lighter and much more breathable while maintaining it's durability, might even be more durable than synthetic materials. It being a low-cut makes it more versatile for running and training, it won't restrict ankle movement.

    I actually use mine for running and cross-training and is in my top 3 right now for overall training shoes.

    You're insane if you think Nike spent millions to develop the material knitting method to simply make a casual pair of shoes. I always see Nikes as Sportswear first that has an athletic purpose (ie: specific for running, basketball, soccer, training, etc…) unless it is some casual-specific shoe they made for casual-wear and Nike does make those but the FlyKnits were made to perform first, I am 100% certain of that. If Nike simply wanted to make a casual pair, I am sure they can make it look like FlyKnits w/o all the new tech and make it look like there is no difference at all.

    Also, if the FlyKnit can't perform or stand up to the abuse of using it for running or training, then Nike has failed miserably with the shoe.
     
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  6. gettoasty

    gettoasty Senior member

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    Walking is considered exercise :happy:
     


  7. RFX45

    RFX45 Senior member

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    And Nike makes shoes strictly for walking too but chilling at a bar or kicking it in front of the television while watching Monday Night Football with a beer in your hand isn't considered exercise.
     


  8. deveandepot1

    deveandepot1 Senior member

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    Got these from Ross for $12.
    They fit nice and narrow. I think I will make them my go to basketball shoes.
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  9. streetminimal

    streetminimal Senior member

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    Is there an online store that sells Flyknits with international shipping? I've been wanting to get them down to Australia but haven't had any luck so far :(
     


  10. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    those would be terrible to ball in lol
     


  11. gettoasty

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    [​IMG]

    RFX, a size small would fit you good.

    It is a tad short in the body and a bit tight, especially when zipped up given it is a lounge/aesthetic piece. Would prefer the same color scheme in M but Yoox only has that size in the lighter color.

    It is wool mix so I would think it will definitely stretch with wear. Collar stands funny, maybe to some, and tight when zipped all the way up. It is a warm knit and very comfortable. I immediately thought of the cold winter nights when I am lounging around and this damn thing is going to keep me cozy. It is a bit scratchy as well re: maybe jet will like it too

    Quick snaps, horrible photos:

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    Nike | Tee | Nike | Nike Flyknits in photo
     
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  12. ElDave

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    New Lunarglide+ 4 Premiums arrived today. Very pleased with these. Best fitting gym shoe I've had in a LONG time.
     


  13. Spencer

    Spencer Senior member

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    I dig my Lunarglide 4's too, but I just got in my fly knits today. Awesome shoe. CRAZY light, and real comfortable. If you find your size, buy a pair.
     


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    Been searching. Finding them at all is difficult. Finding them in a size 13 seems impossible unless I want to pay $250 on eBay.
     


  15. nineohtoo

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    Thanks for posting that Toasty. Was thinking of getting that myself and wearing it with denim and black/grey 1s. How itchy is it though? I'm one of those who gets irritated by even merino, so I'm kind of hesitant to get it :\

    And LG4s are awesome. I've barely use my FR3s anymore.
     


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