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ConanRulesNBC 04-17-2013 09:12 AM

switched to running shoes
 
I used to just wear basketball shoes all the time whenever I was going out and didn't need to dress up. During the summer it would be a t-shirt, shorts and basketball shoes, winter t-shit, jeans and basketball shoes. But now I've started to really like running shoes. They're so much more comfortable and I really like some of the styles offered by Nike and Skechers. I used to love Nike basketball shoes. But now most of them are so ugly. Anyways, now when I go out I just throw on my pair of Nike running shoes or even my pair of Converse All-Stars.

9512 04-17-2013 05:52 PM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
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Originally Posted by ConanRulesNBC
I used to just wear basketball shoes all the time whenever I was going out and didn't need to dress up. During the summer it would be a t-shirt, shorts and basketball shoes, winter t-shit, jeans and basketball shoes. But now I've started to really like running shoes. They're so much more comfortable and I really like some of the styles offered by Nike and Skechers. I used to love Nike basketball shoes. But now most of them are so ugly. Anyways, now when I go out I just throw on my pair of Nike running shoes or even my pair of Converse All-Stars.


yea same as you.

Running is more mainstream and more likable. basketball shoes are too black for non basketball ppl.

L8kersfan222 04-24-2013 01:21 AM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
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Originally Posted by ConanRulesNBC
t-shit

:applause:

ripthekik 04-24-2013 01:37 PM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
just thinking about getting some nike free 5.0+
i don't run, but they are just so comfortable to walk around in.

ConanRulesNBC 06-23-2013 06:46 PM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
Just got these the other day from Kohls. Nice and comfortable for running/walking and every day use. I like the colors and they're nowhere near as ugly as some of the Nike basketball shoes I was looking at.


ConanRulesNBC 06-23-2013 06:50 PM

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I've had these for about a year. These are my shoes I just use for running. Either outside or inside on the treadmill. They're great. I can't believe I used to run in basketball shoes. Those were so uncomfortable to run long distances in.


HardwoodLegend 06-23-2013 11:16 PM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
I think most running and basketball shoes are both hideous.

The shoes you posted aren't too bad, but I wouldn't wear them for casual everyday situations. Maybe with some shorts and a plain tee, but that's about it.

Both running and basketball shoes are better suited for their respective activities, imo.

strike first 06-24-2013 06:45 PM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
get a pair of nike frees.. You will not regret it


ripthekik 06-25-2013 07:45 AM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
Yeap. I bought a pair of nike frees and pretty much worn them every chance I get. Sometimes I feel like taking walks just so that I can wear them.

They go great with jeans and shorts too.

CelticBaller 06-25-2013 01:06 PM

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only running shoes i like

HardwoodLegend 06-27-2013 12:29 AM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
Pair of running shoes I owned back in the day. Air Tuned Max.

I don't think I ever thought they looked good. I just got them because they were unique.

SUPER comfortable though. Most comfortable shoe I've ever had. Even more than Free's.


Shade8780 06-27-2013 04:16 PM

Re: switched to running shoes
 
Gonna get a pair of Nike Free's in Footlocker tomorrow...

L8kersfan222 06-30-2013 08:04 PM

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best runners if you can afford it $160
flyknits


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