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[The Bay] Nike Sneakers (React, Air Max, Free, etc.) 37.5% off

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waynecarrigan wrote: Many of these are also on sale at Nike.ca with a lot more sizes to select from.

Example:

Men's Air Zoom Pegasus 35 Running Sneakers

The Bay
Reg $155.00
Sale $116.25

Nike.ca
Reg $155
Sale $108.99

Now, not all colours are the same, so The Bay may be better, depending on what you are looking for.
Where do you see the Pegasus for sale on Nike.ca? 109 is a great price.
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Nike.ca has more choices. Some good sales there too.
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brutal wrote: For floor hockey, you should be wearing high top basketball shoes IMO. Better floor traction for quick turns, and better ankle support with the high tops.
Do u have a link for recommendations?
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waynecarrigan wrote: Many of these are also on sale at Nike.ca with a lot more sizes to select from.

Example:

Men's Air Zoom Pegasus 35 Running Sneakers

The Bay
Reg $155.00
Sale $116.25
5.0% Cash Back ($5.81)

Nike.ca
Reg $155.00
Sale $108.99
ebates 2.0% Cash Back on Sale Items ($2.18)

Now, not all colours are the same, so The Bay may be better, depending on what you are looking for.
There's an extra 15% off at The Bay so the peg is technically $98.81 there, but yeah you're correct at this point sizes are pretty much gone for this specific model.
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L4cky wrote: Do u have a link for recommendations?
For floor hockey I prefer a semi firm sole, so shoes like this year's Kyries and Kobes are good. I tried playing with LeBrons but the sole is too stiff. Though the LeBron Soldier product line are pretty good for floor hockey.

Definitely no running shoes for me for floor hockey as I have seen people roll their ankle and knees from quick turns.
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L4cky wrote: Do u have a link for recommendations?
Literally any shoe that’s designed for hardwood or multi-use floors: basketball, volleyball, court, even indoor soccer shoes. Some cross-trainers might work, but make sure it has a rubber sole, not foam like Nike Free.
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Anyone know if the black huarache are any good. Mostly fr casual wear. They look sick but I'm not sure if in person they might look too futuristic for an adult to wear.

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