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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by RFX45, Aug 18, 2012.
Someone mollywop this du.
flyknits and rosherun are most comfortable shoes I have worn
urkel westbrook can suck it but those 12's look ok to me
flyknits have been great to run in for me so far.
I am not really sure how people can run in AirmMaxes, they are just so heavy and high off the ground in comparison to other running shoes today. If i were going to run in something bulkier and heavier, id go with the Vomero. Not even really sure the 360 Airmax sole has any benefits anymore.
I guess they do work then. If I had them about 5-6 years ago, I might have been able to dunk.
Even Lebron don't wear the 11's........The 8's were the best LBJ shoe for me, even the lows.
I agree. I see there's a new style of air bubble too that is super chunky and I thought the same. It sits at least an inch off the ground and I would lack stability sprinting in them.
dumb question but are you allowed to send in multiple DM's during the twitter RSVP? from the same account I mean
Impulse purchase the other day:
(not my pic)
I like those, what CW are they?
I just ordered a pair of the neo turq racers.
They are a lifestyle shoe now. I dont think they have been a performace shoe since the first model.
They were and are definitely advertised as a performance shoe, the Max Air tech was just too big or "revolutionary" to be put into it to be a lifestyle shoe. When it first came out, there likely wasn't even a lifestyle shoe yet within Nike.
If you go to NDC, it is placed right there with the neutral ride shoes for running and even their ad says it all:
Sort of want these iteration og the Air Pythons.
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