Posted October 15, 2018 08:21:10This is a long, long post but I want to make it clear that this is my personal opinion, not a recommendation for buying any particular sneaker.
I know some of you may have different thoughts and opinions on this topic and I know it’s a hard thing to share, but if you want to buy any specific sneaker I’d like to share it with you.
For me, it’s always been about the value.
I love Nike sneakers, they’re my go-to footwear of choice for everything from my wedding to my birthday parties, but I don’t want to go into the shoes as a complete “buy it now” deal.
I’ll give you a quick rundown of the sneakers that I have that I would love to buy, but have a hard time putting together an all-inclusive shopping plan for.
So here we go!
First of all, I want you to understand that I’m not going to go in-depth on the differences between the various versions of the Nike Air Max range.
The Air Max 1 is a great sneaker for those that want to wear the Air Max for their next day out.
I would have loved to have worn the Airmax in this weather, but that’s not what I have to do.
It’s just that for me, the AirMax 1 is one of my all-time favorite sneakers to wear in warm weather, which is why I have it in the picture above.
It also makes a great midsole for those of you that like a little extra cushioning on your sneakers.
There’s also a Nike Dunk High and Dunk Midsole that I absolutely love as well.
I also adore the new Air Max Boost, which combines the sneaker’s upper with a Boost midsole that’s slightly larger in the middle, which gives it a much more comfortable fit.
These three sneakers are also available in the same size range that I own the Air max 1, so it makes sense to compare them side-by-side.
The Nike AirMax 3 is also a good option for those who want a sneaker with a bit more of a midsole, as well as for those with a little more comfort.
I’m pretty much stuck with the Air 3s as my main sneaker as I have so many different versions of them.
I have a pair of the Air 1s and Air 3 and the Nike Dunk Mid and Dunk Highs, which I adore for their comfort, but for the most part, the Nike 2s are my go to sneakers for warm weather.
You’ll also find the Nike Flyknit midsole on the Air 4 and the Adidas Tubular midsole and Nike Flywire midsole in the Air 5.
I really like the Air 7, which looks amazing on the sneakers I own.
I actually don’t know how I’ve never worn one, but when I do I love it!
Finally, the shoe I wear most frequently on my commute is the Nike Fuel.
These shoes are great for my work commute because they don’t give me the extra amount of cushioning that a Nike Boost mid or Boost 2 provides.
However, I have my Air Max 3s on the road with me to avoid getting sick, so these shoes are not a deal breaker.
The Nike Airmax 4 is my favorite shoe for warm-weather running.
These are my favorite shoes for running and cycling as well, so I think the Nike 3 is the perfect shoe for me.
I wear them as a jogger or for workouts on the treadmill, which they really help me achieve.
The most comfortable sneaker that I wear for everyday use is the Air 8, which fits me in my office.
I like the size range and the lightweight construction of these shoes, which helps them keep my feet warm during the winter months.
I think these shoes look really good in warm and rainy weather, too.
If you’re looking for a sneak with an interesting color or pattern to wear, you’ll definitely want to check out the Nike X Air 2.
It is a colorway that I think is fun for both genders, which are two different things.
For example, I wear these sneakers as a woman and as a man, which makes them a little on the feminine side.
I find that I like them as an everyday sneaker in warm temperatures, which can help me stay comfortable in cold weather too.
The colorway is available in four different colorways and four different patterns, so you’ll have plenty of options for choosing the right shoe for you.