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Style # 94689
Nike Men's Flex Experience Shoe

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Nike Men's Flex Experience

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Run your best race in the The Flex Experience by Nike.

  • Mesh upper in an athletic running style
  • Supportive synthetic overlays
  • Contrasting logo detail
  • Lace-up front, padded tongue and collar
  • Textile lining, cushioning insole
  • Lightweight midsole
  • Traction outsole

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FamousFootwear.com asked: Why did you choose this?

  • Diane: "Average!"
  • Robbi: "Good price for a good shoe!"
  • Julian: "i love these three colors together"
  • karin: "my son likes nike running shoes and your price was right..."
  • Randal: "Nike Brand, color and style."

Mark asked: Are these shoes durable?

  • jose: "i actually have this use and use them all the time for college, and walking ,running and working out. and so far this are the longest shoes i've ever had. lasting 1 year and 2 months."
  • Lisa: "Yes! I bought them for my son and they can live through all the sports and fun a big kid can throw at them."
  • Tammy: "Yes they are very durable and comfortable. My 15 year old son wears them all the time, especially when out on his daily run."
  • Robbi: "My 17 year old son is very hard on shoes and so far these shoes are still in great shape. He wears them casually and also works out in them."
  • Tara: "Yes. I bought them for my 12 yr old in April and they still look good."
  • Victor: "These shoes are somewhat durable. I use them for walking at about 3 miles a day and they have lasted about 2 months. I feel they are wearing out a bit too fast."
  • Eric: "Very durable and comfortable. I use them for work and walk around all day. Stay comfy and stay strong all day."
  • Fawaz: "Yes. "

William asked: I really want a shoe that is lightweight but still has enough support to keep me aligned. I tend to run on the outside of my right foot unless i have enough support. I have tried some of the "minimal" styles and while i love how light they are I pronate too much. Wondering if these are a happy middle ground?

  • Emily (staff): "Hello, Yes this Nike shoe would be a happy middle ground, as it is a lightweight running shoe built for the neutral to underpronator. I hope this helps! Emily"