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Aside from the shoes, there are computer stations that look like those old arcade coffee tables you used to get in foreign hotel lobbies and these are to help users set up the new Nike+ Fuel Band. Due out in May, these stations mean that if you buy a Fuel Band you will be set up the moment you walk out the shop. It’s a great service and one that will benefit many who are unsure and want some help and guidance..
I would look to the lower end Jordans. They usually have forefoot zoom, which i personally feel is the best cushioning for me (I heavy, with wide feet too). I just bought a pair of CP3 VIII from Marshall for $50. Mark I Eyeball OK, I threw that one in just because I like it. Some equipment is “versioned” in Roman Numerals by “Mark”, like a Mark I Spitfire from the beginning of WWII, or a Mark IX from later. The Mark I Eyeball is the one you were born with..
I bought it exactly one year ago, and paid 37.80$. Its size L and I dont really wear it, because I have grown up since last year (Im also 5 and 140 pounds). Shipping to Poland took like 2 weeks, but its irrelevant, because the link don work, store also seems to be closed.