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  • Nike Air Foamposite One Nrg Style: 521286-800 Size: 11
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Nike Air Foamposite One Nrg


Price: $1,498.00 - $2,500.00
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As with all foamposites they fit true to size and are very comfortable.
I took a step back and kicked my right leg out at a 90 degree angle just as the White Walker approached me.
The moment I put them on my feet I loved them, and I can tell they're not just some regular ass 50$ shoe.
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Nike Air Foamposite One Nrg

  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,127 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    Definitely worth selling all of my teeth, one of my eyes, and one of my lungs for.
    Jack blake
    So, I was telling a friend I was being harassed by Superman so he sent me a lunk to these shoes.
    Eric
    The coroner kept mentioning "baby's blood" and "Illuminati assassins".
    Kimberly Bushore

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    191 of 205 people found the following review helpful By diaz on April 28, 2014
    I wear size 7 or 8 depending, on the manufacturer. I purchased the size 14 (was hoping they had a larger pair). Either way, I am able to fit both my feet into one sneaker and my wife & son can squish their feet into the other. We hop around town while all others look on with jealousy all over their faces!
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    211 of 229 people found the following review helpful By chris on March 26, 2014
    At first i thought ehh i probably don't need these shoes.. but after i sold my house, kids, wife, and car i could finally buy these! As soon as they came into the mail and i unboxed them (i now live in the box they came in) I knew they were worth every penny i spent. My feet felt like they were stepping into foam from the galaxy (hence why they are called galaxy foams) now whenever I'm walking down the street as a homeless person people always try to say "aye! get off your butt and go do something with your life!" i just hold up my foot and show them my fresh shoes and they back off. Anyway you NEED these pair of shoes they will change your life in a huge way!
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    50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Noel E. on April 28, 2014
    Selling one out of the pair. I only need one shoe, as I only have a single arm and leg remaining.
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    97 of 111 people found the following review helpful By R. Coleman on April 28, 2014
    I bought these thinking Unicorns and Rainbows would surely blow out my rear end every time I wore them. They did not.
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    48 of 56 people found the following review helpful By smiley edna on April 28, 2014
    If you're a savvy shopper like me, you'll spring for the $2500 upgrade and skip the base model pair. For only an additional $600 bucks you get bragging rights that you spent $2500 on a pair of Nike's. It's a no-brainer to me and if you don't buy them right now you're stupid and poor.
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    82 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly Bushore on April 28, 2014
    When I first held these magnificent shoes in my man hands, I just threw up; it was too much. Sadly, it was all over these new shoes. I figured, "What the heck, I'll sell them to museum as a hip new art piece." But even when smothered in vomit, the museum would not take it saying it was "too expensive" even covered in vomit! I shrugged it off and eventually gave it to a homeless man. The man was obviously a little out of it (that would explain the smell of marijuana) and started eating the shoes. He died of liver poisoning in the following 13 hours. The coroner kept mentioning "baby's blood" and "Illuminati assassins". He kept using really big words like the previous ones. Suddenly! A bullet pierces the window and shatters the coroner's skull and his brains paint the wall behind him into a perfect Illuminati insignia. I ran to the nearest police station and recited my story. He looked at me with a wild stare and knew exactly what had happened and shouted into his radio, "WE GOTTA CODE GREEN" and shut all the windows and doors and triple locked them. He and his 6 deputies were heavily armed and handed me a pistol. "Don't tell the authorities," he said.
    "But I thought you were the authorities!" I replied.
    "Not anymore." He said with a grave look in his eyes. Immediately, he was downed by a rogue gunner and we were surrounded. Deputies kept falling and I was consistently blinded by gun smoke, blood and dissolved hopes and dreams. I was hit in the arm and was dragging myself to the back rooms when I was suddenly swept into the dark abyss that the trapdoor had hidden. Luckily, water filled the deep precipice and I was swept away by a roaring current. I went on for what seemed like days.
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    106 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Joseph D. Henry on April 28, 2014
    You're probably asking yourself if paying $2K for sneakers that look like a unicorn barfed on them is really the best possible way to use your hard-earned cash. The answer is "no." I figured, heck, if a unicorn barfed on my sneakers, I'd probably have some special magical powers, and I'd be able to ski on rainbows or something. But no. They're just shoes. I checked my own mortality by stabbing my belly with a butter knife and all it earned me was a trip to the ER. Where does Nike get off selling shoes that don't convey magical powers or immortality on the purchaser if I'm spending 2 large? Now I've got a pair of blood-stained shoes that I can't return (should really have taken them off before attempting the butter knife trick) and a major bandage on my belly and I'm still just a friendless loser who can't ski on rainbows. What a rip.
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    51 of 62 people found the following review helpful By cybergoof on April 28, 2014
    When I saw these shoes, I though they would be awesome. Selling the car for space age shoes is a perfect trade. I should have read the description better. "Foamposite" sounded like space age material. It's just foam. THEY ARE FREAKING NERF SHOES!!!!!. Nerf shoes have no traction or stability. Nerf shoes squeak when they get wet. You get beat up when you wear nerf shoes. And now they are falling apart because I have to run to work 20 miles each way. Terrible idea. Don't buy them
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