Nike Hyperdunk 2012 shoes are available to buy in black, blue, red, green, and gold
- Hyperdunk 2012 edition
- Multiple colors available
- Lunarion cushioning system
- Excellent grip and support
- Flywire technology
- Sizes 8-14 available
Nike Hyperdunk 2012
Nike Hyperdunk 2012 shoes are the latest in the line of Nike Hyperdunk shoes and have been well received by customers. These Hyperdunk shoes fit better and are more comfortable than past versions and updated shoe technology has made for a lighter weight and higher performing shoe. They are available in a wide variety of colors including black/silver (my preference), obsidian/red, red/royal, volt/green (for the flamboyant basketball players), gold/red, white/green. A lot of these colors really stand out and add a lot of style to your basketball gear.
The Nike Hyperdunk 2012 shoes feature Hyperfuse technology, which is a new technology developed by Nike that creates a very sturdy shoe without sacrificing breathability. Through a hot-melt process, three different layers of material are melded together to produce the optimal shoe surface.
The link below will take you to the website where you can get the best price on Nike Hyperdunk 2012 shoes (not the Nike store, slightly more expensive there) so take a look and let me know how they work out for you.
There are several Finish Line Coupon Codes for August 2012 that will give you $10 or $20 off.
$10 off $60 or more
$20 off $125 or more
These coupon and promo codes will give you great discounts on very modest purchases ($10 off for just a $60 purchase) and even bigger deals on larger purchases ($20 off over $125). You can also get 15% off $100 purchase of adidas merchandise.
Finish Line offers a wide variety of great brands including Jordan brand, Nike, adidas, Under Armour, Timberland, and Puma. I think they’re best known for shoes, but you can also get team gear, hats, jerseys, work out clothes, and much more.
Brandon Jennings Bloodline Shoes by Under Armour for sale.
Note: These sell out quickly – if they aren’t available, we recommend the Spine Bionic Basketball shoes!
||Brandon Jennings Bloodline Shoes
- Sizes 7.5-13 available
- Solid black and black/red
- Jennings branded strap
- Superb cushioning
Brandon Jennings UA Micro G Bloodline Shoes for sale at Under Armour
Brandon Jennings of the Milwaukee Bucks has always walked to his own tune and he does it yet again going with Under Armour for his UA Micro G Bloodline shoes. After finishing high school, Jennings decided to play in Italy rather than play collegiately and spent one year playing abroad before being drafted to the NBA in 2009. He was the first player in history to be drafted after having skipped college to play overseas. Brandon Jennings averaged 19.1 PPG in 2011-12 while dishing out over 5 assists per game.
I took up rock climbing this past winter so one of the first things I decided to do was save myself some money by going ahead and buying my own pair of rock climbing shoes rather than paying the climbing gym to rent a pair every time. Being new to the sport, I wasn’t sure what kind of shoe I would need or what the shoe should feel like. A lot of the reviews I read were targeted more to experienced climbers and there wasn’t much out there for novices so that’s why I’m reviewing the shoe I ended up buying, the La Sportiva Nago.
There were three things I was most interested in in a rock climbing shoe. First was comfort, then durability, and then edging ability. Edging is basically using the inside of the shoe to step on holds. More or less, I just wanted a shoe that wasn’t going to make climbing any more difficult than it already would be for a novice.
Now, it’s been over 6 months so how did the La Sportiva Nago do?
As far as comfort, I couldn’t be more pleased. Rock climbing shoes, of course, need to fit snug onto your feet and I’ve found the Nago broke in fairly well after just about two weeks. I don’t really notice I’m wearing them when I climb anymore.
For the durability factor, the La Sportiva Nago is doing very well for the first six months. Obviously I can’t project how long the shoe will last and it depends greatly on how frequently you climb, but safe to say this is a well made shoe. I think the salesperson told me about 2-3 years on average, but I’m not sure. I would guess it will last even longer than that.
Okay, now let’s talk about edging. How well are you going to climb in a pair of La Sportiva Nagos? I’m obviously not an expert in this area, but I was able to progress from 5.6 up to 5.9 in a few months. I never really have a problem getting a “grip” on the rock holds. The shoe does what it’s supposed to in this area even if I can’t get my body to do exactly what it should be doing!
I hope you found this review helpful. If you’re interested in checking out the La Sportiva Nago, check out the links below:
Men’s -> La Sportiva Nago Men’s
Women’s -> La Sportiva Nago Women’s
It’s been about 5 months since I purchased my solid black Asics GT 2170 running shoes from the Asics store in Midtown Manhattan so I thought it would be a good time to review them, but first check out this picture of the shoes. Very slick looking.
The Asics GT 2170 was the first pair of true running shoes I’ve ever purchased and so far I’m very satisfied with them. I’ve used them for training and have ran 2 5K road races in them. They’ve worked well for me both indoors when the weather wasn’t cooperating and outdoors on various surfaces including concrete, gravel, and dirt.
The biggest and most noticeable aspect of these shoes is the cushioning. You will notice right off the bat that these shoes provide great cushioning for your feet. Each time my foot steps down it feels like a nice, soft, bouncy landing which is obviously good for your knees and just feels right in general.
The next major positive of the shoes is the stability. The shoes do a good job of stabilizing your ankles so you are running straight and avoid any ankle or knee twists. This is a huge positive for me since you never know what kind of obstacles and people you’ll have to dodge while trying to get in a running workout in Manhattan.
Another positive of the shoes is their durability. When I bought them, I was told they’d last 900 miles or something like that. As someone new to running I had no idea what to make of that number, but I was told I could expect 10+ months depending on how often I ran. I haven’t gotten close to 900 miles yet, but I definitely think these shoes will last at least 2 years for me. After running consistently 3-4x per week for 5 months they still feel almost new.
Overall, I would recommend the Asics GT 2170 shoes for anyone who is looking for a solid, mid-range running shoe.
If you’re interested, click one of the links below.
Men’s Asics GT 2170
Women’s Asics GT 2170
Kid’s Asics GT 2170