Saturday, July 21, 2007

What I'm Buying - Nike Air Max Moto 5 Plus

Since I've gotten back into the exercise, nothing is better than a pair of new running shoes. And after preparing for and finishing a biathlon last month, my old reliable kicks were no longer giving me the needed finishing kick during my runs. So yesterday I picked up the newest model in the Air Max Moto line (Pictured below):

These lace-ups are so solid. They've got a wide tread base and feel very stable. The mesh is nice and breathable. They are somewhat flashy with the light blue and silver highlights around the shoe so if you want low key performance, this one may not be for you. I'm not sure if I underpronate or overpronate but these shoes give me the confidence to run a half marathon. If you are looking for a very shiny but dependable pair of running shoes, you can't go wrong with the Nike Air Max Moto 5+.

These shoes, like the previous model, have the cutout in the sole of the left shoe for the Nike+ unit. I do not have either the iPod Nano or the Nike+ chipset but my wife swears by it and since there are multiple Nike shoes with this feature, I have a feeling that it may be around long enough for me to get it for my birthday in late August.

Where To Buy:
Most places are this thing of plastic, mesh and of course, Nike Max Air for the retail price of $90. However, that doesn't mean that you have to pay full price. If you have a Shoe Station in your vicinity, you can have these shoes for $79.99. I usually wait for a bigger sale but since my last pair lasted about five years, I figure that the life of the shoe will outweigh the initial cost.

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Anonymous said...

Good stuff on Nike, I also like to wear perfect nike air force one shoes. I think , there is a lot of choice in colours and style in comfort shoes with this brand.