Ouch.. I just got rewarded with sore leg from my RM 20 Crocs (with horn). After a marathon walk in Shanghai city for almost 10 hours, my painful leg refused to operate anymore.
It sent an impulse to my brain that literally direct me to the nearest Nike shop to get this pair of trainer or it will go on strike that need multiple massage to treat.
Ok, for clarification, I am neither wearing Crocs with horn nor having sore leg. I just want to make a point that I spotted a pirated crocs selling for RM 20/pair only.
As much as you know me, I am not a person that will spend few hundred bucks for branded stuff but I do make exception especially when comes to footwear.
For clothing, I do not mind wearing old clothes for as long as it is comfortable but I will spend a fortune for shoe as I believe it is a foundation of good posture (as if I have it ).
This time, I spent approx. RM 600 for this pair of Nike Trainer 1.3 Max +. From the look of it, I know I am making the right choice. What so special about it?
Like many Nike+ shoe nowadays, a chip can be inserted and with iPhone or similar range device, it can track your running. Of course Nike is not dumb to supply free chipset. The chip comes as optional.
Honestly, I am not into those kind of stuff but my buying decision are purely relying on i) if it is comfortable ii) the design (not fancy on uncle design as I am still a VERY young iii) if my credit card can pay the bill.
At first this shoe is not as comfortable as it looks like but after a while, my feet adjusted accordingly. After about two weeks of wearing it, I feel like it become part of my body. I might sound a little exaggerating but I love this shoe as much as I love my leg.
From my “no taste” point of view, I think the combination of orange, grey and white turns out to be quite attractive. Therefore, I decided to capture this memory before it changes its color..
Nike Trainer 1.3 Max +
P/S: I still don’t know what the 1.3 means but who cares? Hehehe