nike shox

Discussion in 'Apparel & Shopping' started by michelle_xo, Apr 18, 2006.

  1. michelle_xo

    michelle_xo Full Member

    which one do you prefer: nike shox or impax
    i heard from my friend that nike shox can pop and sprain your ankle. but if they do, why is nike shox still so expansive? what kind of shoes is best for running?
    does anybody know a cheeper place for nike shox? or any nike product?
  2. Babyblues

    Babyblues Full Member

    go to the states, they\'re only like $69 regular price...all the time
  3. omg they are 69 bux :O OHHH NOooooooooooooooooooooooo
    i just bought myself a pair yesterday -_-;; it came to like

    180ish

    they aren\'t that great but i don\'t think they will pop unless u do some REALLY intensive running..
    i just got them cuz they have pretty good cushioning and at the gym they are comfortable.

    my friend bought impax = i think they are a lot lighter than mine but looks soooooo flashy lol
  4. Fo Shizzle Ma Nizzle

    Fo Shizzle Ma Nizzle Full Member

    Nike shox ain\'t cheap but I find that all the Nike\'s I own last forever. I even have a pair from 10 years ago! The style\'s out of date so I dont wear them but it\'s still in super good condition. Quality is definitely key when it comes to Nike\'s.
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  5. mz.g

    mz.g Full Member

    it\'s because nike shox don\'t have ankle support

    Post edited by: mz.g, at: 2006/04/19 17:32
  6. mimoo

    mimoo Full Member

    yah i just got my shoxs in the states...so cheap and yet they arent being sold here yet=) 2 in 1 deal. i think that shoxs provide pretty good support actually, and that theyre really comfy. i guess everyone has different opinions.
  7. michelle_xo

    michelle_xo Full Member

    thanks everyone...
    i\'m gonna go shopping this weekend. not sure where i\'ll go yet!
  8. princessice

    princessice Full Member


    get the shox LOL...

    mine saved my life...i did the Grouse Grind and almost rolled down the hill but you know how the base of the shox stick out a little bit? they caught on a root and saved me a trip down the mountain

    they\'re really comfy too...but i agree, there isnt a whole lot of support for you ankle...maybe if you lace them up tighter?



    Post edited by: princessice, at: 2006/04/19 20:39
  9. pandalover

    pandalover Ultimate Deal Queen

    michelle_xo wrote:
    If your planning on going shopping this weekend you should try the closest outlet, Seattle Premium Outlet. It\'s got the Nike factory store there and most of the shox are $69.99.

    hope this helps :p
  10. 604Jase

    604Jase Full Member

    princessice wrote:
    hahahhaa ur cute :p
  11. 604Jase

    604Jase Full Member

    Are Nike\'s Made in Vietnam?
  12. mimoo

    mimoo Full Member

    most of them, yes. some are also made in china; it depends. sometimes it could also be made in indonesia.
  13. Friendster

    Friendster Full Member

    Nike is an American company yet they hire sweatshops in third world countries to manufacture their products then charge us $200 for a pair of shoes. Nice.

    Post edited by: friendster, at: 2006/04/19 23:18
  14. michelle_xo

    michelle_xo Full Member

    which exit is the premium outlet?
    i wanted to go there a long time ago, i heard they have good stuff there...
  15. sonia7

    sonia7 Full Member

    ooh i gotta gooo cud sumone plz give directions, me n maps =no go :eek:hmy:
  16. pandalover

    pandalover Ultimate Deal Queen

    Seattle Premium Outlets

    Location/Phone

    10600 Quil Ceda Blvd.
    Tulalip, WA 98271
    (360) 654-3000
    **I\'m pretty sure the exit is #202 but i might be wrong.

    Hours
    Mon-Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 10am-7pm

    You can check out how to get there by going here:

    Please login or register to view links

    --> Just type in your address and the address above and it will show you complete directions
  17. Fo Shizzle Ma Nizzle

    Fo Shizzle Ma Nizzle Full Member

    funny how dey say Nike\'s all american when it\'s made overseas. Themz the brakes eh.
  18. sonia7

    sonia7 Full Member

    thank you pandalover for the directions very helpful:)
  19. pandalover

    pandalover Ultimate Deal Queen

    Ur welcome :p
    glad i could help :)
  20. Sales! Sales! Sales!

    Sales! Sales! Sales! Full Member

    Nike Shox are very comfortable for high impact sports. Puma also has a line of running shoes for high impact sports. Puma recently released their new line called 96 HOURS with the price tag starting at around $300US and up. Check it out at Please login or register to view links

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    :)

    Post edited by: sales! sales! sales!, at: 2006/05/16 22:58

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