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Definitely not a $100 shoe, but $37 is fair. Solid sole that's good for lifting, and I was doing box jumps in them last night. Running is pretty rough (except sprints — excellent traction). Lateral stability is meh, no support at all. It's like they're made of gauze.

It won't do it all, but a pretty nice shoe. So glad to find anything without a white sole, too.

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Definitely not a $100 shoe, but $37 is fair. Solid sole that's good for lifting, and I was doing box jumps in them last night. Running is pretty rough (except sprints — excellent traction). Lateral stability is meh, no support at all. It's like they're made of gauze.

It won't do it all, but a pretty nice shoe. So glad to find anything without a white sole, too.
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In for one- thanks for posting!
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Got a pair for the wifey and I last time these were on here. Great shoes honestly. They compare well to my Nano 8s. A little less cushioning but significantly lighter. Fit is the same. Great traction. I think they look good too!
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Definitely not a $100 shoe, but $37 is fair. Solid sole that's good for lifting, and I was doing box jumps in them last night. Running is pretty rough (except sprints — excellent traction). Lateral stability is meh, no support at all. It's like they're made of gauze.

It won't do it all, but a pretty nice shoe. So glad to find anything without a white sole, too.
Have any recommendations under $100 for cross training? No running
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Definitely not a $100 shoe, but $37 is fair. Solid sole that's good for lifting, and I was doing box jumps in them last night. Running is pretty rough (except sprints — excellent traction). Lateral stability is meh, no support at all. It's like they're made of gauze.

It won't do it all, but a pretty nice shoe. So glad to find anything without a white sole, too.
Agree. For me it's strictly a lifting shoe. Not enough support laterally or underfoot for anything else.
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Have any recommendations under $100 for cross training? No running
I've always been a fan of all of the NB Minimus line, and I've heard both the Reebok Nano and Nike Metcon are among the best all-around trainers. No personal experience, just reputation.
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I would steer clear. I bought these last time they were on sale and the sole started separating after 45 days. Called Reebok and they offered me a $15 store credit because I was out of the 30 day return window.
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I got these last time. I liked them a lot for warmer days so my feet don't sweat. I'd say my only issue is the break cup had a plastic frame and after minimal use I feel it. Love the look and feel... But that heal cup is bad.
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I got these last time. I liked them a lot for warmer days so my feet don't sweat. I'd say my only issue is the break cup had a plastic frame and after minimal use I feel it. Love the look and feel... But that heal cup is bad.
That's the issue with my current Reebok's. Damn.
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I got these last time. I liked them a lot for warmer days so my feet don't sweat. I'd say my only issue is the break cup had a plastic frame and after minimal use I feel it. Love the look and feel... But that heal cup is bad.
Do you feel pain from it after longer walks? thanks
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Definitely not a $100 shoe, but $37 is fair. Solid sole that's good for lifting, and I was doing box jumps in them last night. Running is pretty rough (except sprints — excellent traction). Lateral stability is meh, no support at all. It's like they're made of gauze.

It won't do it all, but a pretty nice shoe. So glad to find anything without a white sole, too.
Agree completely. I have this shoe and this is exactly what it's for. I would never run more than MAYBE 200 meters in these things unless I wanted some pain in my shins and calves. I use them for lifting as well and don't do much lateral or quick movement in them as they don't have stability.
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I love the way these look and I get compliments all the time on how they look. My koumbaro thought they looked really nice. But yeah they aren't for walking more than 1/4 mile for me. I'm going to try and replace the insert with my insole that I got from the foot doctor for $30. That'll probably make a huge difference, since the inserts in 95% of the shoes I've worn do not suit my foot.
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