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from Queens, NY
Really cool looking shoe, I'm a big guy, wear a size 13, they fit good, but pinch a lil at the front of the shoe by the pinky toe, overall not a bad casual pair of everyday kicks, comfortable enough, and they wear in well, have had for a few weeks and they still look fresh. They don't have a lot of arch support and If you have wide feet these May not be the shoes for you.
Wow, these pants are amazing. They have a great material that is soft but will keep you warm without getting overly hot. The fit is perfect too, slim but not skin tight. I am 6'0, 190 lbs with large calf muscles and the large fits me great.
from Lakeland, TN
I started working out a couple of years ago and then added running (ok, walking & running) once I plateaued on my weight loss. I was wearing some New Balance walking shoes that I bought at a discount store. They were white and probably more suited for someone in the nursing profession, LOL! Anyway, my husband bought me running shoes for Christmas 2012; partly, because I was so committed to working out, and also because he felt my current shoes equated to "mom jeans" (to my horror, but my husband knows I have a little vanity streak)! Although it took me some getting used to my Saucony Progrid 10s, I did and they were the best thing for me and trying to run. However, I found that they were becoming cumbersome during outdoor boot camp and my resistance/cardio training for gym-type exercises. After trying on countless pairs of shoes at local big-box stores that were billed as "crossfit" or "cross training" shoes (because Fleet Feet only carries running shoes), I finally settled on the Nike Free TR Fit 3. I then compared prices online and found the best prices here at Zappos. It has been the best thing for my boot camp workouts--whether outside, indoors on a concrete floor, or on a gym floor. They give me great traction while allowing me to move more freely due to the lighter weight and, I guess, the treads on the soles (from what I've read). It's much easier for me to do side-to-side, jumping, and backwards movements--everything you DON'T do when running. I normally wear a 9.5 or 10 in pretty much all kinds of shoes and boots. I have a 10 in both my Sauconys and these Nikes. I plan on ordering 1-2 more pairs of these as we do light weather with boot camp and I imagine my shoes will take a beating over the next 1-2 years. I'd like to get additional pairs when colors I like are on sale! I don't think you can go wrong with these unless they're just not a comfortable fit in some way. I also have come to the "present" by wearing ankle socks with them instead of my folded-down socks, if that matters, haha!