|Customize your own pair of Nike Blazer MID. I chose a black snakeskin for the swoosh and a cheeky message on the back. Nike Blazer Mid, $135, nike.com.|
Not sure if I'm the only one preparing to jump back on the Nike bandwagon, but you should consider joining me. My brand loyalty to Nike pretty much died after high-school and it didn't help that my college was sponsored by Reebok. Every serious runner/marathoner I know is an Asics devotees and I always heard that Nike made some of the worst cross-trainers on the market. I can't comment on their longevity or support, but what they may lack in function, they more than make up for in form. This summer I'm prepping to give my Converse and Sauconys a break and get a couple of these into the rotation. They may never see the inside of my gym, but I'll be guaranteed to have some of the flyest kicks on the playground.
|I'm in love with this glammy gold. These would definitely motivate me to get to the gym, or at least|
maybe walk into Starbucks instead of going drive-through.
Nike Free Run+2, $109.00, finishline.com.
|These black and mesh hi-tops are more functional (at least for my lifestyle) than the wedge sneakers I've beenseeing everywhere. Moms can rock these right? |
Nike Blazer Mid Mesh, $85, nike.com.
|I'm picturing these with skinny black jeans and a black blazer. Seriously, this is design at its best. Nike Free Inneva, $199, finishline.com.|