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Discussion in 'General OT' started by mariuo, Dec 25, 2006.
Stock X verified. Puma Thunder Spectra OG.
Enjoyed shoe shopping in Japan.
How did you bring back all of those?
any recommendations for a running shoes?
I've been using the Nike Epic React Flyknit 1 as my main running shoes for almost a year now. I'm very happy with it.
I've read/watched good reviews about the Nike Pegasus 35, Nike Pegasus Turbo, and the Nike Zoom Fly Flyknit. I have the Turbo which I find very comfortable as casual and gym shoes, but I have not used it for running long distances yet. I'm seriously thinking about getting the Zoom Fly to alternate with the Epic React.
You can also check out the Hoka One One shoes. The thick midsole looks comfortable, but I have not tried them on.
I'd like to hear others' suggestions too.
Got a total of 7 sneakers, brought home 4 boxes lang. Brought 2 medium luggage then bought large suitcase too while in Japan to fit everything and lots of winter clothes.
We also took home one big gundam box
Most of the Nike shoes are for neutral pronation. It really depends on which type that fits your need. I usually get asics, saucony, and new balance for my running shoes cause my foot needs stability shoes
@Roman , let’s buy Kimi’s NBs
My son, the enabler and influencer just introduced me to Arkk Copenhagen sneakers...
They’re available online, they’re inexpensive, they’re actually comfortable and minimalist sans all the modern trappings of designer shoes, and best part, they deliver in 2-3 days tops (and exchange within 7 days)...the Spyqon Black Army is my first Arkk and if the Danes are to be believed, they’re as cool and soft as they are