Who should buy the Nike Waffle One
Apart from users who are buffed by its Sacai-like style, the Nike Waffle One sneaker is also for buyers who:
- are looking for a cheaper alternative to the LD Waffle Sacai.
- love the Daybreak but find it heavier than expected, the Nike Waffle One is your best stand-in.
- are comfortable with well-ventilated sneakers, this model suits their daily rotation.
- adore the traction of Waffle sneakers.
- have wide feet. This model has ample toe box room that can accommodate narrow to wide feet.
Who should NOT buy
If you're into bouncy steps, this iteration might not be the one for you. Its generic-structured midsole "isn't springy at all." Better check the Nike x Sacai VaporWaffle that offers a combination of soft and firm midsole cushioning to provide an enjoyable amount of bouncy feel.
The Nike Waffle One can pass off as a high-valued kick
Wearers, who say this shoe is dope, love the hits of authentic suede detailing attached around the upper instead of the widely used felt-like synthetic material.
An easy-to-chew budget Waffle
Hype-driven sneakers typically come in limited pairs and at steep prices. But not for the Nike Waffle One that's getting so much attention for its close resemblance to Chitose Abe's Sacai masterpieces. It managed to slip into the hype culture for a price that's totally a bang for the buck, way way less than the VaporWaffle x Sacai and LD Waffle Sacai.
Neck breaking style
Unlike its similar-looking special edition Nike Sacai Waffle, the WFFL1 comes in a wide range of colors. Its hybrid-stacked midsole with a noticeable protruded heel and a remastered Waffle sole make it a prized find among vintage sneaker lovers.
Sprightly feel on the feet!
Users are thrilled how lightweight these sneakers are that all-day walking feels effortless on the leg.
Wearers say its screen mesh wrapping makes it so airy as it permits air to move freely throughout the shoe.
Sticky waffle outsole
Like its Waffle sneaker siblings, this footwear delivers reliable traction on whatever surfaces.
Spacious toe box
Narrow and wide-footed users say there's no toe squeezing, curling, or cramping with this kick.
Reinforced upper to last longer
Keen observers say the layer of fabric under the forefoot mesh offers durability, letting you enjoy this kick for an extended period.
Wearers are irked by the raw stitching on the collar as it rubs against the ankle. It is highly recommended to wear socks to avoid this discomfort.