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Nike CruzrOne: The joggers’ shoe

65/100 by Brandon Law
Nike CruzrOne: The joggers’ shoe
The CruzrOne is a shoe designed for running slowly, very slowly. That’s what the designer of the shoe, Tinker Hatfield explained in a behind-the-design press release video. This is a very unique shoe in the Nike lineup. Currently, all Nike's running shoes are focused on speed: being light and responsive while having racing-inspired uppers.     Even the Nike Vomero 14 which has always been a maximum cushioned shoe for long-distance comfort has become firm[…]

Nike Air Flight Huarache Ultra: A throwback to the '70s Nike

75/100 by Andelino Marzan
Nike Air Flight Huarache Ultra: A throwback to the '70s Nike
It was a Monday night, and we just got off from work. We lace our shoes for a weekly ball game. I am rocking a retro from the ’90s with a pair that went out from its grave. People start to ask about the shoe. It’s a storyteller, an old book that you have read and re-read. There is only one thing in mind, the Fab 5. As soon as I hit the court, I notice the low profile of the pair, light, and sticky on the court. With quick movements and close to the ground,[…]

The Merrell Moab Adventure Luna Lace: Get ready for an adventure!

95/100 by David Cooley
The Merrell Moab Adventure Luna Lace: Get ready for an adventure!
I am fortunate to live in a part of the United States that is full of undeveloped land, including a significant amount of mountainous areas. Over the years, the trails have become my favorite place to be.     It doesn’t take much to get outdoors and enjoy the beauty of nature, but a solid pair of shoes made for the rigors of hiking is essential. I typically trail run and sometimes hike in budget trail running shoes such as the Asics Venture ser[…]

Nike Tanjun SE: The best running shoe for the price!

95/100 by Holly Barber
Nike Tanjun SE: The best running shoe for the price!
I went to the Nike outlet looking for a reasonably priced new pair of running shoes. I decided to stick with Nike because I have had good luck with their shoes in the past. After spending an hour in the store, I walked out with the Nike Tanjun SE.   There are many things that I love about these shoes. One of these is the color! Despite the fact that there were not a lot of colors to choose from, Garnet is one of my favorites! So, without further ado, let me g[…]

Nike SB Air Zoom Blazer Low GT: Skateboarding shoe

85/100 by Kenan Selimovic
Nike SB Air Zoom Blazer Low GT: Skateboarding shoe
The Blazer was first introduced in 1972 by Nike basketball, and since then, they transformed into a modern style staple. Classic profile is mainly designed for skateboarding, including shock impact system, which felt great in everyday usage. Thanks to its popularity, this shoes has been made in many color options - from low to high cut models and different materials. On the top of the shoe, we have nice white suede, with ‘’trademark’’ red Nike sw[…]

Adidas Cloudfoam Racer TR: Like walking on air

75/100 by Paul Jewkes
Adidas Cloudfoam Racer TR: Like walking on air
What images come to mind when someone says the words “cloud” or “foam”? I’d feel comfortable (no pun intended) saying we all think of the same couple of things. Something soft and cushy that you want to wrap up with - Marshmallows maybe? I think it’s safe to say Adidas nailed the naming scheme on this shoe. Literally, everything on this shoe is soft, from the tongue to the sole. Using their aptly named “cloudfoam” they wer[…]

Things you need to know about the Air Force 270

88/100 by Chris Joseph Cui
Things you need to know about the Air Force 270
In case you’re looking for a stylish and comfortable shoe, the Air Force 270 is perfect for you. It runs true to size, so feel free to order it online. Let’s start with my favorite part of this shoe - the Air bubble. It's big and comfortable that you can feel the bounce when you walk, like stepping on a marshmallow. It has a translucent effect, and the air bubbles run until the midsection of your feet.      For someone like me who has mul[…]

The ultimate all-around training shoe

98/100 by Crystal Marino
The ultimate all-around training shoe
First, I’d like to start by saying how much I love the Under Armour Charged 24/7 Low. No complaints on my end, which is saying something since I’m quite picky when it comes to my shoes.   Upper The upper of this shoe is super lightweight and quite flexible. The front is made of a mesh type material that does not dig into the foot when flexed. The material itself is very durable and has held up well to daily workouts, kids’ sporting event[…]

My thoughts on the Nike Air Max 270

90/100 by Theresa Norman
My thoughts on the Nike Air Max 270
Fans of the Air Max lineup have had their fill of some of the most iconic and sought-after shoes for more than 30 years. The Swoosh has provided sneaker fans a plethora of eye-catching and mouth-watering sneakers since Tinker Hatfield decided to turn the status quo upside down by revealing the Air unit in the midsole of the Air Max 1. This year, Nike’s relentless drive to get the most out of its incredibly deep and historical archives takes another significant tu[…]

Walking on a cloud: Why I love my Nike Tanjuns

86/100 by Tabitha Armbruster
Walking on a cloud: Why I love my Nike Tanjuns
It’s often said that you get what you pay for—some people live life as if this is an axiomatic truth. They’ll opt for expensive brands over generic ones even if the products are essentially identical; they’ll zero in on all that shines and miss much of the beauty that lays growing in the dirt. These same people would probably skip over the Nike Tanjun specifically because of its low price and the blandness of its reputation. It’s true that[…]