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Aabid

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So my Air Maxes are getting old I want to get new shoes. I want to get 2 pairs this time.

 

1 pair to play sports and another pair for casual wear ( mostly walking in school and to places)

I would say a budget of $180 for both pairs combined.

 

Have any shoes in mind?



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sneakers

http://www.size.co.uk/product/nike-air-max-1-reflective-pack/120296/

http://www.size.co.uk/product/nike-air-tech-challenge-ii-hot-lava/116429/(if ur into high tops)

http://www.size.co.uk/product/vans-old-skool-ca-coated-twill/061052/

http://www.size.co.uk/product/vans-sk8-hi/051924

http://www.size.co.uk/product/vans-sk8-mid-ca/051949

http://www.size.co.uk/product/nike-sb-janoski-mid/035430/

http://www.size.co.uk/product/nike-sb-koston-2/096952/

or the roshes that zooey linked

http://www.size.co.uk/product/jordan-iii-infrared-23/065241/

http://www.size.co.uk/product/jordan-xi-low-concord/003834/

 

 

running shoes

http://www.size.co.uk/product/nike-free-4.0-flyknit/091221/

http://www.size.co.uk/product/nike-free-3.0-flyknit/065183/

http://store.nike.com/gb/en_gb/pd/free-5-running-shoe/pid-1473271/pgid-1473266

http://store.nike.com/gb/en_gb/pd/free-4-flyknit-running-shoe/pid-1472981/pgid-1472979

^Flyknits are the comfiest running shoes i've ever worn, so good

http://www.size.co.uk/product/adidas-originals-eqt-support-city-pack-new-york/033397/

http://www.adidas.co.uk/energy-boost-2-shoes/F32249_580.html (basically adidas' version of the flyknits)

http://www.adidas.co.uk/adipure-360.2-climacool-shoes/D67869_580.html (uses adidas' climacool tech)

 

Astroturf/indoor soccer trainers, idk if u guys wear them when actually playing a sport. I assume you don't wear jordans or flyknits when playing 'murica sports(maybe except basketball).

http://www.sportsdirect.com/nike-5-bomba-finale-mens-astro-turf-trainers-261063?colcode=26106348

http://www.sportsdirect.com/nike-tiempo-genio-mens-astro-turf-trainers-261024?colcode=26102440

 

Obviously don't use Size? and sports direct because you guys in the states get trainers(sneakers) cheaper.

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moderators approval???

wat is this. I linked trainers yo!!!

(my post will be up soon, mods have to confirm I'm not a bot)

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All purpose:

<span rel='lightbox'><img src='http://thekenyonthrill.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/tivas2bscoks.jpg' alt='Posted Image' class='bbc_img' /></span>

no watch either right

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fudgeing amazing shoes

allen edmonds are on so high on my want list

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Vans are probably your best bet for casual. I would know, I own 3 pairs :aware: Especially if you want to spend more on your Athletic pair.

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saw @Zooeys

 

is it ok if you have big feet. I wear like size 11.5 and vans might look funny.

and those roshe's. a lot of people wear those.

 

Obv. I wear AEs. I'll collect your sister now.

 

Time to look at consipics. pic.

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friends have the flyknits.

 

i do not want to get running shoes.

 

not sure what I think of the roshes.

 

those high cut adididas's that everyone wears now a days also look really well made.

 

http://shopping.indiatimes.com/fashion/casuals/nike-ballista-white-men-casual-shoes-nike48462560011/41799/p_B1909076

http://shopping.indiatimes.com/fashion/casuals/nike-liteforce-blue-men-casual-shoes-484625-301/41799/p_B1473332

these look really cool just to wear around.

 

not sure if I would like to wear vans lol although they look cool

 

man this is a big headache.

 

 

guys and a random question. where can I get some decent sweats to wear?

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friends have the flyknits.

 

i do not want to get running shoes.

 

not sure what I think of the roshes.

 

those high cut adididas's that everyone wears now a days also look really well made.

 

<a href='http://shopping.indiatimes.com/fashion/casuals/nike-ballista-white-men-casual-shoes-nike48462560011/41799/p_B1909076' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='external'>http://shopping.indi...1799/p_B1909076</a>

<a href='http://shopping.indiatimes.com/fashion/casuals/nike-liteforce-blue-men-casual-shoes-484625-301/41799/p_B1473332' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='external'>http://shopping.indi...1799/p_B1473332</a>

these look really cool just to wear around.

 

not sure if I would like to wear vans lol although they look cool

 

man this is a big headache.

 

 

guys and a random question. where can I get some decent sweats to wear?

 

i don't rate those trainers at all, they look like baby shoes

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saw @Zooeys is it ok if you have big feet. I wear like size 11.5 and vans might look funny. and those roshe's. a lot of people wear those.

uh my shoe size is close to that and they look fine but whatever

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I'll make things easy for you.

 

Best Air Max's http://www.size.co.uk/product/nike-air-max-1-reflective-pack/120296/

If you enough swag levels http://www.size.co.uk/product/vans-sk8-hi/051924

Best Option for you http://www.zappos.com/nike-roshe-shoes/CK_XAeICAQE.zso?t=nike%20roshe&s=recentSalesStyle/desc

^ Make sure they're all black

2nd best choice http://www.zappos.com/vans-authentic-core-classics-black

 

ty to zooey

 

No need to faff around. And Zappos is the best store for you

 

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Other than the vans I don't like any of those shoes. :(

Gotta look harder I guess.

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