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Nike Men's Renew Retaliation TR 3 Training Shoes EXPIRED

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Nike.com has for Nike Members (free to join): Nike Men's Renew Retaliation TR 3 Training Shoes (Black/White/University Red) for $44.97 - 20% when you apply promo code FALL20 = $35.98. Shipping is free.

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Nike.com [nike.com] has Nike Members (free to join [nike.com]): Nike Men's Renew Retaliation TR 3 Training Shoes (Black/White/University Red) for $44.97 - 20% when you apply promo code FALL20 = $35.98. Shipping is free.
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Same here. It seems like they're for people with no need for arch support. But I'm a fool for their designs so I just pony up for orthotic inserts like the fool that I am.
You're going to say this without giving any context? Not very helpful. Just fyi.
All nike shows I have ever bought are uncomfortable.
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What is the show retaliating ?
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09-28-2022 at 11:13 AM.
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All nike shows I have ever bought are uncomfortable.
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09-28-2022 at 03:12 PM.
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You may be getting Nike two different foam set ups here confused. The Renew, which is this one is the less comfortable cheaper out the two. The other nicer one which is more expensive and better feeling is the React foam. So you may be not getting as good a deal as you may think.
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All nike shows I have ever bought are uncomfortable.
Same here. It seems like they're for people with no need for arch support. But I'm a fool for their designs so I just pony up for orthotic inserts like the fool that I am.
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Best Vietnamese running shoes under $50?
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Same here. It seems like they're for people with no need for arch support. But I'm a fool for their designs so I just pony up for orthotic inserts like the fool that I am.
I agree. As a former shoe salesman as well as someone that needed orthotics, Nike shoes were among the best in regards to arch support. Can't speak to this shoe itself; however, I recall my podiatrist even recommending nike shoes if I chose to go without orthotics for these reasons.
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You have zero idea what you're saying. Just fyi.
You're going to say this without giving any context? Not very helpful. Just fyi.
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What is the heel size
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Same here. It seems like they're for people with no need for arch support. But I'm a fool for their designs so I just pony up for orthotic inserts like the fool that I am.
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I agree. As a former shoe salesman as well as someone that needed orthotics, Nike shoes were among the best in regards to arch support. Can't speak to this shoe itself; however, I recall my podiatrist even recommending nike shoes if I chose to go without orthotics for these reasons.
You're both right, and wrong. Nike is a big company that makes dozens, if not hundreds of unique running shoes, and they're not one-size-fit-all. Different lines provide more or less stability, arch support, cushioning etc. Nike doesn't do a good job communicating which is which, and which kind of shoe is best for who. So you have to do some research, or trial and error. After 20+ years in the Army, I've spent decades regularly running 2-10 miles and I've burnt through more Nikes than I can remember. I slightly over-pronate and need moderate support. For me, any of the Bowerman running line, like the Pegasus, have been phenomenal. Other lines that focus more on cushioning don't offer the support I need. All that to say - it depends.

But I doubt serious runners are looking for the $30 bargain bin sales. For what most people will be doing with these, wearing around the house, doing chores, going to the gym to lift and maybe hit the treadmill a little, they'll be fine. If you're looking to log hundreds of miles on the road or track, however, do some research and be prepared to spend more money.
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09-29-2022 at 04:47 AM.
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These are tight which can be addressed with shoe trees but at least in my experience these are absolutely the worst for use on sidewalks. They are somewhat passable on in the elliptical machine but anything with your foot hitting the ground steer away I'm not sure what happened to Nike shoes about 20 years ago but in the Slickdeals price range they have completely sucked. The UA shoes at roughly the same price a few months ago is a much better choice if it comes on sale again and I will be buying them instantly. For a lighter weight data point I also bought a pair of these Nikes for my kid who didn't like them but only because it didn't offer enough ankle support they didn't complain that their feet hurt but they also weigh about a hundred pounds and might not even notice their feet hurt until later 😂
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