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these shoes are uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugly
what was nike thinking wen they made these?
Yikes. Ugly shoe.
about as wild as David Robinson at church
um…shoe is not ugly. PIFFINGTON, go-hard approved. ACG been killin this year!
about as attractive as david robinson’s nose hair.
Light and comfortable as anything you’ve ever worn though.
Are you serious??????
Is this supposed to be for hiking or something?
haha perhaps if a hiker decides to turn baller.
On some other ish Air Force 1 worshippers would’nt understand.
yup cizzo. rock these with some cargo shorts in the summer/spring, you’re good.
it looks a lot better in other colorways. i just got it checked on nikestore and obviuosly it’s a trail shoe, and trail shoes has to be perfectly comfortable and functional above anything else. i guess the look suffered a bit but, i think once it’s on your feet, you can actually appreciate it. just like the other trail shoes.
here’s the summary i found on nikestore:
Take a sweet ride from trailhead to summit in the Nike Wildedge GTX Men’s Shoe—geared to handle the modern outdoors.
-Nike TrailFrame sockliner for support and cushioning
-Lightweight synthetic upper features no-sew technology
-Heel and toe bumper shields from the elements
-Nike 0.44 Sticky Rubber outsole grips tricky trails or city streets
had these in black since last summer. are tight with the shorts as someone mentioned above. also got some small color hints in there so they can go with different shirt combos. grown ups who dont have a lot of loot to blow on purple kicks to match their purple hat think like this.
these were the best kicks i bought all 2008.
Mowabb inspired colorway? (and at a much more reasonable MSRP than Mowabb color Air Max 90/Air Force 1) Not for ballin’ of course but will last forever even in trail hiking. Mesh tongue is nice and if it has a huarache inspired sockliner to make it easy to slip in and out of, Marv Albert “YES!”
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