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Finish Line has Men's Nike React Miler Running Shoes (White/Vapor Green/Hyper Jade/Black) for $60 (price reflected in cart). Shipping is $7, or possibly free with instructions below. Thanks HappyChannel4681

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$130 MSRP
Shipping is $7
Sizes 7.5-15

*Price is for "White/Vapor Green/Hyper Jade/Black" colorway only*

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Nike does have some amazing high end running shoes like the vapor fly next% ,first sub 2 hour marathon was run in Nike, flyknits and Pegasus turbo 2. I love brooks for daily trainers but my pr is in Nike although not a serious runner just 10 marathons. To say Nike's sucks for running shoes is 100% false on these shoes I can only comment on the midsole, react is probably my favorites midsole. Love the responsiveness of it
Gotta love that spinning wheel... finish line web sux 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼
Thanks OP Smilie Might be worthwhile to try this to get free shipping (ymmv)



Join their Status Club and choose "Free Shipping for a Year" as your Welcome Gift (free to join [finishline.com])

NOTE: If using an email with a "." you may have perpetual issues logging in. I had a period between my first and last name, and it sent the confirmation to my email without the period. Then even after password resets, I cannot get it to log in.

After signup, to choose free shipping, go to this page [finishline.com] and scroll through the rewards till you find 1-Year Free Shipping for 0 points (you may have to go to page 2)
Select the offer for 0 points
Click "Spend 0 Status Points"
Confirm your reward by clicking "yes"
"View Rewards Wallet" and you will see your offer there
On payment page click "Use a status reward" and choose the Free Shipping welcome gift.

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Thanks OP Smilie Might be worthwhile to try this to get free shipping (ymmv)

  1. Join their Status Club and choose "Free Shipping for a Year" as your Welcome Gift (free to join [finishline.com])
    • NOTE: If using an email with a "." you may have perpetual issues logging in. I had a period between my first and last name, and it sent the confirmation to my email without the period. Then even after password resets, I cannot get it to log in.
  2. After signup, to choose free shipping, go to this page [finishline.com] and scroll through the rewards till you find 1-Year Free Shipping for 0 points (you may have to go to page 2)
  3. Select the offer for 0 points
  4. Click "Spend 0 Status Points"
  5. Confirm your reward by clicking "yes"
  6. "View Rewards Wallet" and you will see your offer there
  7. On payment page click "Use a status reward" and choose the Free Shipping welcome gift.
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Gotta love that spinning wheel... finish line web sux 👎🏼👎🏼👎🏼
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Was able to order a pair in 9.5 no issues. Repped thanks op!
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Quote from daisybeetle
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Thanks OP https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif Might be worthwhile to try this to get free shipping (ymmv)
  1. Join their Status Club and choose "Free Shipping for a Year" as your Welcome Gift (free to join [finishline.com])
    • NOTE: If using an email with a "." you may have perpetual issues logging in. I had a period between my first and last name, and it sent the confirmation to my email without the period. Then even after password resets, I cannot get it to log in.
  2. After signup, to choose free shipping, go to this page [finishline.com] and scroll through the rewards till you find 1-Year Free Shipping for 0 points (you may have to go to page 2)
  3. Select the offer for 0 points
  4. Click "Spend 0 Status Points"
  5. Confirm your reward by clicking "yes"
  6. "View Rewards Wallet" and you will see your offer there
  7. On payment page click "Use a status reward" and choose the Free Shipping welcome gift.
worked for me! thanks!
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Im flat and wide footed are these any comfy comparing to ultraboosts?
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Im flat and wide footed are these any comfy comparing to ultraboosts?
Nike usually run skinny (not wide) might want to pass if you're wide
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Im flat and wide footed are these any comfy comparing to ultraboosts?
A reviewer on youtube noted that these were wide in the toebox relative to other nike shoes. He compared the miler to the pegasus 37 and noted the miler was more comfortable due to this width.
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Im flat and wide footed are these any comfy comparing to ultraboosts?
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Avoid. Frankly Nike sucks for running shoes. Go with actual running companies like Brooks or Saucony. I'm guessing you overpronate (feet move inward as you walk), so avoid neutral category shoes and go for something that will help your pronation.
100% agree with masterz's comment here. I'm also flat footed and have wide feet. Once I put a pair of Brooks on to run in, I haven't gone to any other brand. They're super comfy (and I get them in Wide) and perfect for running/walking long distances. Many of their shoe models lack the eye appeal of Nike shoes but that's not why I wear them anyway.
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I was able to price match with Zappos if anyone else is interested. Much better/easier return policy and great customer service
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Avoid. Frankly Nike sucks for running shoes. Go with actual running companies like Brooks or Saucony. I'm guessing you overpronate (feet move inward as you walk), so avoid neutral category shoes and go for something that will help your pronation.
Nike does have some highly rated shoes for running and many marathon runners wear Nike. These are rated pretty high. In regards to overprotonating, seems like a marketing gimmick to me. FWIW I bought both neutral and stability shoes and they wore in the exact same place on the soles.
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Nothing like companies trying to trick me with fresh white kicks. Those things never stay clean and I have to buy new ones. Can't trick me this time!
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Nike does have some amazing high end running shoes like the vapor fly next% ,first sub 2 hour marathon was run in Nike, flyknits and Pegasus turbo 2. I love brooks for daily trainers but my pr is in Nike although not a serious runner just 10 marathons. To say Nike's sucks for running shoes is 100% false on these shoes I can only comment on the midsole, react is probably my favorites midsole. Love the responsiveness of it
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