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Tandis que les robes de soirée viennent

投稿者: maidudu

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Une robe de soirée peut transformer par magie une Jane plaine à une Cendrillon éblouissante. Bien que la promesse est très attirant en effet, nous avons en quelque sorte tendance à se perdre Midway tout en faisant des emplettes pour la bonne robe. Gardez les choses suivantes à l'esprit tout en chassant pour votre tenue de robe de mariée grande taille soirée et vous êtes lié à Sashay bas du plancher se balançant comme une princesse.
La longueur de la robe de soirée peut aller du thé et la longueur de cocktail à la ballerine et pleine longueur. La longueur de thé est généralement considérée comme l'entre la longueur car elle tombe entre le genou et la pleine longueur. Les robes de cocktail sont aptes à des événements semi-formels et peuvent se lever quelques centimètres au-dessus des genoux. Il est important de garder l'occasion à l'esprit tout en décidant de la longueur. Bien que les robe de demoiselle d'honneur bustier occasions formelles exigent la pleine longueur ou les robes de longueur de genou, on peut couper le ourlet pour des événements informels et des parties.
Tandis que les robes de soirée viennent dans toutes les couleurs et les nuances, vous devez choisir celui qui adapte votre tonalité de peau. Tout en choisissant une couleur, vous devez trouver un équilibre entre une couleur trop effrontée et une trop tamisée et terne. Une robe peut tomber à plat sans la bonne couleur. Si vous n'êtes pas sûr, s'en tenir à l'Evergreen et peut-être le pari le plus sûr noir.


les femmes regardent dans plusieurs choses

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Chaque fois que vous sortez, les femmes regardent dans plusieurs choses. Avant qu'ils ne se préparent, ils s'assurent que tout à la maison est organisé. S'ils ont des enfants, ils s'assurent que la nounou est là et sait ce qu'elle a à faire. Elle lui montre autour de la maison et donne des instructions. Elle quittera alors son numéro de portable en cas d'urgence.
Après avoir tout réglé, elle s'occupera de ses affaires. Elle va préparer ce qu'elle a besoin d'avoir dans son sac à main comme portefeuille, maquillage, miroir et autres nécessités. Elle peut aussi le faire après qu'elle douches.

En parlant de douche, combien de temps prend votre partenaire pour terminer. Normalement, les femmes prennent un temps très long pour se doucher ou se baigner. Il peut durer jusqu'à deux heures, sauf s'ils sont pressés, bien sûr. Que font-ils tout en prenant un bain ou une douche? Les femmes aiment passer plus de temps à se nettoyer. Pour eux, c'est leur évasion de leur routine quotidienne occupée. Pour la plupart, c'est la seule fois où ils doivent être seuls.
Les femmes aiment aussi prendre leur temps quand ils sont dans la salle de bain. Ils veulent s'assurer qu'ils font toute leur routine de beauté. Après leur séjour à la douche ou la baignoire, ils se dirigent vers leur commode. Ils vont faire leurs cheveux. S'ils veulent qu'il soit parfaitement droit, ils saisiront les redresseurs de cheveux en céramique. S'ils veulent faire des boucles sexy, ils vont utiliser les fers à friser.


La ligne de concepteur des chemises courtes

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Le tissu de Popeline étant doux à la peau et étant durable est fortement recherché par la plupart des hommes et des femmes travaillants. Les chemises de robe de demi de popeline de douille fournissent le confort et le modèle supplémentaires exigés dans une partie d'été ou dans et autour du bureau dans les temps chauds d'été.
Les chemises de robe à manches courtes en tissu de Popeline fournissent le confort et la force droit à la robe. La chemise peut être porté robe demoiselle d'honneur rose occasionnellement sur des shorts ou des pantalons ou vous pouvez obtenir le regard exécutif quand niché dans plus d'un pantalon en Popeline de Nice.
La ligne de concepteur des chemises courtes de robe de popeline de douille est une ligne beaucoup chère de robe. Le prix des chemises à manches demi augmente avec la qualité du tissu. Le tissu fait de 100% Cotton produit le plus cher shirts à manches courtes en Popeline. Ces chemises à manches courtes valent le temps car ils sont difficiles à salir et facile à manipuler, et la chemise semble juste bonne sur une personne.

Le nom Popeline est dérivé d'un tissu français et ils où intensivement utilisé dans la fabrication de vêtements lourds pour les temps d'hiver. Le tissu a été utilisé pour faire des robes de dames et des vêtements pour hommes. Le tissu est venu un long chemin avec le passage du temps et les différents mélanges du tissu sont maintenant robe de mariée simple et pas cher plus renommés pour la dureté et la douceur et les propriétés sans rides.
Les chemises de robe à manches courtes de Popeline sont une déclaration de mode pour les riches lorsqu'ils sont rentrés avec des shorts de Popeline formelle sur les sorties. Ils sont plus d'une déclaration de confort pour les autres pendant les étés qui travaillent dans les bureaux et les lieux de travail en plein air.


Perfect Appearance NIKE KD 9 PERFORMANCE REVIEW

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Traction – I keep doing this, but I really can’t help it. The brain can’t help but judge certain things by how they look prior to experiencing it first hand. Traction on the Nike KD 9 For Sale looks like it would be trash, but it performed the exact opposite. In fact, there were times when traction was too good. Will every pair perform at such a high level? Without testing each pair it’s impossible to say. What I do know is that the rubber compound used on the versions with solid rubber outsoles will offer you incredibly sticky traction.

Were there times when you had to wipe? Yes, as is the case with most shoes. However, if I didn’t have time to wipe during game play the traction still held strong until I was able to get a chance to clean the outsole real quick.



Cushion – Full length Max Zoom in articulated fashion. This sht is amazing. Smooth transition, ultimate impact protection, and ultimate responsiveness. This cushion setup is everything you’d expect it to be and then some. The best feature is not what was just mentioned, but the fact that Nike was able to provide such attributes to the setup while still retaining mobility. All positions will be able to wear and enjoy these bad boys. Unlike full length setups of the past, these aren’t stiff or rigid to move around in. You’re fairly close to the ground, and you don’t feel as if you’re wearing a full length Air unit due to the segregated forefoot.

I was slightly disappointed with the full length Zoom setup we received in last year’s KD 8, but Nike made up for it with these guys. One thing to note is that the lateral forefoot section will collapse a bit if you land on it. With the KD 8, there were two TPU bumpers in that same location to prevent such a thing from occurring. I never rolled my ankle, or received any injury from the issue. However, it was something that was noticeable enough to throw into the review. When jumping, whether it be for a jump shot, to contest a shot, or for a rebound, try to not land on the lateral section of your forefoot. Sometimes you can’t help it due to being awkwardly vulnerable while in the air, but try to avoid it as best you can.



Materials – Flyknit. Not the heavily glued Flyknit, this is just Flyknit and some nylon backing it. Someone asked why would Nike use Flyknit if they were going to back it with nylon. The answer: it allows the Flyknit to do what Flyknit does while still providing a level of support that’s playable. Nylon won’t stretch in the same way that a knit would so the material will hold tight while still remaining flexible.

This is the best iteration of Flyknit we’ve received on a Nike Basketball model to date. I’m not going to go as far as saying it’s the best thing in the world, but if you’re like me and enjoy woven/ knitted uppers then you’re most likely going to enjoy the hell out of this setup. The material also got stepped on quite a bit, and while it’s dirty, it’s still in one piece.

The rear section is textile mesh, foam, and Fuse, and it’s nothing fancy. The rear section should provide enough structure and support for the foot so this setup works perfectly even though it doesn’t look as pretty as the forefoot area.



Fit – Like every other KD model that’s ever existed, I highly recommend trying these on in-store prior to purchasing. I went down 1/2 size and length wise they fit perfectly. They’re hard as hell to get on my foot, but once they’re on I’m locked in perfectly, just the way I like it. However, the left shoe’s seam gave me a ton of pain for the first few wears. It eventually broke-in, but it sure as hell was painful until then.

The one piece upper boot construction and the Nylon lacing system work well for the size I’m wearing. However, the lacing cables don’t move much so if you end up with a size that doesn’t fit you perfectly then you may have some minor heel slipping. Even though the heel is heavily padded and sculpted, that won’t makeup for an incorrect size issue.

Brace wearers: it’s pretty important that you bring your brace with you to try on shoes. That’s the only way to really ensure a sneaker will accommodate your additional attachment.



Support – The Nike KD 9’s support is essentially riding on one key aspect: the overall fit. If these fit sloppy in any way then we’ll have another LeBron 13 Low situation on our hands — with that shoe I was unable to fit 1/2 size down in which meant that the ankle lacing structure and heel section were just poorly designed. If your pair fits you perfectly then you’ll end up with a shoe that offers a one-to-one fit and plenty of mobility without lacking support.

The rest of the shoe is fairly standard as the rear section has the typical internal TPU heel counter. And, no, the tiny little KD logo is not the heel counter. It’s just a piece of plastic glued to the exterior section of the shoe. Meanwhile, the cushion system is flat and shaped just like your foot, providing you with great stability.



Overall – Nike did a decent job with the KD 8 while the KD 8 Elite felt like a cheap, unnecessary, and unfinished version of the KD 8. Luckily, that isn’t the case with the Nike KD 9. You’ll receive solid traction, fantastic cushion, great materials, and if you get the size that fits you best, you’ll also receive a solid and secure fit for optimal support. Some may think that getting all this for $150 is a steal, and I whole-heartily disagree. Getting all this for $150 is exactly what we should be getting. $150 isn’t exactly chump change. Paying above $150 for a sneaker is really just paying for a novelty item. It might look cool, but it’s usually not worth it.

However, your money will be well spent when it comes to the Nike KD 9 or kd 10 for sale . If I like something enough to want to grab another colorway then that’s how I know that they’re pretty money on-court. http://www.kd10sale.com


NIKE KOBE A.D. NXT PERFORMANCE REVIEW

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Traction – Despite sharing the same pattern as the Nike Kobe A.D. NXT For Sale — which, thankfully, is the only performance feature the NXT has in common with the original A.D. — the traction had no issues on any surface no matter the condition. If dust was present there would be some wiping needed periodically, but that’s normal.

This situation proves that Nike can create a translucent rubber outsole that grips. Why the brand doesn’t do this regularly is a question we’ll never have an answer to. Just know that the Kobe A.D. NXT’s traction will perform well for you — even if the original Kobe A.D. traction did not.

Cushion – Nothing new here, just the same drop-in midsole used on the Nike Kobe11 — a large volume heel Zoom Air unit coupled with a Lunarlon midsole. Everything works well, providing you with ample impact protection in the heel while keeping the forefoot cushioned enough without losing any court feel. If you’ve never been a fan of this setup then you likely will have similar feelings here. However, if you are a fan of this setup then you’ll probably be overjoyed that it has returned after the more traditional approach the Kobe A.D. went with.

I’ve said this before, but I’ll say it again just in case anyone wanted to know — you can swap out your midsoles from the Kobe 11 with the Nike Kobe A.D. NXT Wolf Grey. If you happen to have any of the other options that were offered with the NIKEiD service then you can potentially have a full-length Zoom Air equipped version of the NXT, and if you own the Kobe Mentality 1, 2 or the Mamba Instinct then you can easily swap the midsole out for full-length Lunar. Whatever your preference is, it can pretty much be accommodated if you buy Kobe shoes each season.

A common negative aspect with drop-in midsole systems such as this is that the heel to toe transition can be pretty clunky. That is definitely the case with the NXT but if you’re able to stay on your toes then you will likely bypass this problem. The Air Jordan 2011 offered the smoothest heel to toe transition from any drop-in midsole setup that I’ve ever used so I hope the Kobe line can eventually get to that type of feeling; it makes the wearing experience a little lighter on-foot.

Materials – While the NXT and regular version of the Kobe A.D. are stated to have very similar materials, they don’t feel similar at all. The Kobe A.D. offered a super stiff mesh textile that wasn’t breathable. Meanwhile, the Kobe A.D. NXT offers a mesh textile build that is very breathable. The shrouded overlay is a knit material that seems to have some TPU threading throughout for reinforcement.

I loved the switch up of materials and my feet appreciated the change as well. This setup moved with my feet rather than rubbing/chaffing them and remained durable and supportive.

Fit – The fit is a bit strange as I wound up going up 1/2 size due to width (which very rarely happens to me) but the length feels pretty true to size. If you have slender feet then going true to size will likely offer the best fit. If you have normal feet then you’ll want to try these on before dropping $200 on them because the width can be a bit suffocating. Widerfooters, I’m sorry, this shoe isn’t for you.

Lockdown is the highlight of the NXT and it is truly fantastic. Suffocating? Yes. However, for those that enjoy that really snug feeling on-foot then you’ll likely enjoy the hell out of these. They’re sort of comparable to the Kobe 5’s fit except in the toebox. The toe in the NXT has a bit more volume above the foot and doesn’t sit directly on the foot as the Kobe 5 had, but it’s the best comparison I can give you.

The shrouded area and “new” lacing system that was originally featured on the ’90s-era Nike Air Money is, well, money. You can’t see it, but the entire shoe is a one-piece upper with the shroud sitting atop the foot. This lacing system is directly tied to the shroud which locks you down and into the medial and lateral sides of the shoe. It’s almost like a straightjacket for your feet. The lace lock is the only way to “tie” your shoes, which is strange, but it actually worked and never loosened up on me. Tuck the rest of the laces into the the side panel lacing or rear bungee — otherwise, they’ll be flopping around and annoying the hell out of you.

Heel lockdown is solid. Virtually the same as the past two models — Kobe 11 and A.D. — where your heel is perfectly contained and supported.

Support – Due to the wonderful fit and lockdown, support is fantastic. You sit low to the ground so stability is great while the overall containment (from the fit) is wonderful. The NXT does not feature a shank plate but I never noticed any issues while playing. The rubber shell that makes up the outsole seems to act like a torsional piece and it remains fairly rigid at the midfoot. Heavier players might feel differently than I, but I never felt like my arch was straining while playing.

Overall – Anything would be an upgrade compared to the Kobe A.D. Was this done on purpose? I don’t know, but I’m not really into conspiracy theories. All I know is that the NXT version of the Kobe A.D. has much more in common with the KD 10 For Sale than it does the shoe it’s named after — which is a good thing.

Traction and cushion are solid. The fit isn’t going to be for everyone, but for those that appreciate it, this may be the closest thing to a Kobe 5 reincarnation we can get until Nike decides to retro the shoe (in numbers that allow them to be attainable for the masses that would love to hoop in a pair again).

Every line has a hiccup or two and the original Kobe A.D. was one of them. The KobeA.D. NXT rights the wrongs that the original put in place and has me wishing it was the successor to the Kobe 11 instead of what we got the first time around. Once it drops in price by a minimum of $50 then the Kobe A.D. NXT should be your next Kobe purchase for on-court use. http://www.kd10sale.com


The Nike LeBron 14 black ice Performance Review is here

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The Nike LeBron 14 black ice Performance Review is here

LeBron James have unveiled the latest in the LeBron line, the Nike LeBron 14 Black Ice. Now, HOOP JORDAN gives you our thoughts on the shoe’s on-court performance. The Nike LeBron 14 Performance Review is here .

Traction – For using translucent rubber, the traction on the LeBron 14 wasn’t half bad. Granted, the traction was one of the shoe’s weakest points — but the traction wasn’t horrible. The digi-camo pattern gripped well but there are tiny areas that have been cored out and dust will collect in those areas rather quickly. Keeping them clean is a must if you want to maintain grip on-court.

This rubber compound Nike decided to use is what helped maintain traction in between wiping because it’s fairly soft and a bit tacky. There is some fraying of the rubber in high-wear areas for my foot strikes and movements which reveals a fresh new layer of rubber under it. This is great for always having fresh rubber on-court. Of course, if this fraying were to happen on an adidas model then all hell would break loose — but since this is a Nike shoe we’re going to let it slide completely. Yes, major sarcasm right there.

Fraying of rubber is normal for basketball shoes in today’s era, especially when it comes to translucent rubbers. No, it won’t destroy the rubber on your shoes within a matter of days. That’d be a bit dramatic. However, the pattern itself — coupled with this rubber compound — could have (and should have) been better.

Had the pattern made a bit more sense with its design — like the Nike PG1’s pattern — then these would have been much greater than they were. Again, the traction wasn’t horrible by any means and you’ll receive decent grip out of them. It gets the job done for sure. It just could have been better with perhaps a more simplistic approach.

Cushion – Hex Zoom Air returns, but this time around the units are larger than ever before. The three Hex Zoom units seen above are roughly 14mm thick — that’s a huge Zoom unit. Remember the Melo M13? Yeah, it was awesome. It featured 10mm Zoom units so having 14mm — while not a drastic change — is freaking awesome.

Can you feel the Zoom? Sometimes. Your weight is evenly distributed between each unit, they’re encased in rubber, and they’re bottom loaded, so they don’t compress in the way that you might want them to. However, the protection they provide upon initial impact is great and since the 14mm doesn’t compress much upon foot strikes you’re able to maintain a much quicker response time between movements than you would if you sunk into the cushion. It isn’t a perfect blend of court feel and cushion since you do sit slightly high atop the tooling, but for a larger player it will feel like having a guard shoe on without sacrificing any of the cushion that they may want/need.

The heel Zoom unit is pretty self explanatory. That mofo is HUGE! Same thing applies though. It’s encased in rubber and it’s bottom loaded. It isn’t compressing to the point where you’ll be unstable, just enough to where you can tell your body isn’t taking the brunt of landings.

Side note: I love the flex grooves throughout the outsole. They allow for greater flexibility which is great for someone of my size. I’m far from an NBA-sized athlete and LeBron models have always felt a bit restrictive in terms of fluidity and mobility. They’ve been tweaking this type of setup since the LeBron 12 and this is the best version yet. These truly feel like a guard shoe made for a big man.

Materials – This is where I start to confuse myself when I think too much into it. I like the materials used but I don’t feel that my $175 was justified. Yes, I bought these with my own money, and the shoe is made of foam and mesh overlays. I love the tiny rand of nubuck — some colorways will offer leather — on the toe, but the majority of the shoe is made of materials that I know aren’t costly. Again, I like the materials. I just don’t like having to pay $175 for this type of material. The Zoom Generation Retro retailed for the same price and offered a leather build. This thin foam can’t possibly cost just as much to use.

In terms of actual performance, the foam and mesh build do its job well. It’s flexible and moves well with your foot without feeling overly restrictive. If you played in the Zoom Soldier 10 then it’s the exact same feeling. Some might not enjoy it as it could be too soft/flimsy for them, but I did.

Fit – The LeBron 14 utilizes a one-piece bootie construction comprised of soft/flimsy materials. In order to maintain the best containment while playing in them I’d personally recommend going down 1/2 size. Yes, your toes will be right at the tip of the shoe, but you greatly reduce the risk of dead space. I guarantee you that the last used to shape the one-piece upper isn’t a one-size-fits-all type of last. Every foot shape is different. Going true to size might work out well for wide footers and those with high arches, but for me, going down 1/2 size ensured I received a one-to-one fit.

Lockdown is surprisingly good. The lacing is weird as it relies on Flywire cables to secure your foot for lateral movements, but the strap does a great job containing your midfoot and heel.

Support – There are a couple of traditional support features in place on the LeBron14 but this is one area that definitely could have been better overall. The internal and external heel counters do their job quit well, but the tooling caused some minor instability issues — mostly when stopping or trying to push off at the lateral forefoot. Its a combination of the materials being a little too soft — the fuse area doesn’t completely stop the forefoot from rolling over the footbed — and the tooling itself.

There is an outrigger but it isn’t big enough, and it’s almost rounded. When your foot pushes the materials to the point to where it begins to roll over the footbed then your momentum and added weight to the area will cause you to tip a bit. I tried not to apply too much force to that area but it isn’t always easy to do.

I would have loved it if my foot say within the midsole a bit. This would have stopped my foot from rolling over the footbed since it would be inside the footbed. I think they should have considered carrying over the jagged exaggerated outrigger they used on the LBJ 12 and 13. Those shoes were pretty wide and while they could slow you down a tiny bit, you had much greater stability in the forefoot area. If those two things could not have been accomplished then an independent toecap would have been very useful — as it was in the Zoom Soldier 3. It would have added depth to the design, it would have brought a premium material element as well if they decided to use nubuck and leather, and it would contain the forefoot upon lateral moves without negatively effecting the mobility of the player.

Overall – The Nike KD 10 For Sale isn’t perfect, but no shoe is. Impact protection and overall mobility are two really great features of the shoe. Forefoot stability and overall containment upon lateral moves is something that is hopefully addressed with the Elite model. Traction wasn’t the best, but it wasn’t bad either; it’ll get the job done so long as you keep it clean.

If you’re a small player that wants or needs impact protection while still being able to move freely on-court then these should suit you well. If you’re a big man that needs the same thing then they should be an equally good option. I still can’t wrap my head around the $175 price point for a foam shoe, but that has absolutely nothing to do with the shoe’s performance so I’ll let the buyer be the judge when it comes to value per dollar. http://www.kd10sale.com

I’m reluctant to say this is the best LeBron to-date, but it’s definitely one of the bestto-date.


Nike Lebron 14 boots hot and performance text

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Lebron James become one of the legendary in the sport  from his 18 year old to now  which win the champion in 2016 . That is the most inspirational in 2016 . All of fans are cry for him .as  a great champion of Cleveland's ,  everyone  are proud of him.Nike also catch the chance to signed the lifelong contract with James ,Nike LEBRON 14 boots was released in his first year ,Now we get it .

Though Nike Lebron 14 Red Carpet For Sale is simply , the details is very elaborate which signed by James

The logo of 330 shows in the heel medial , which  is the code of Akron ---the birthplace of James . He love his birthplace sincerely , also 330 logo is a part of his body which a tattoo on his shoulder.

BBZ logo is appearance in the right medial of shoes , which from nickname of  his three children .

Sphere tongue :

The inside of tongue has one logo of Akron ,also have map texture of Akron .He shows his love for his birthplace again .

James used the fabric of Sphere of Air Zoom Generation, it is amazing for that  when i touch it .though Jame 14 use the new tech and new material ,but the details of tongue show the respect for the original .

His tattoo of left shoulder also used in the shoes. ‘  PLYR No. XXIII est 1984 ’ in the left hill and ‘MDL No.XIV est 2016 ‘ in the right hill .

Here are some details as below :

1.Cushion:

Cheap Nike Lebron 14 used the Hex zoom air this time , yeah ,Hex Zoom Air returns , but this time around the units are larger than ever before.It is a great news for the fans .  The three Hex Zoom units seen above are roughly 14mm thick — that’s a huge Zoom unit.

Do you remember that KD 10 For Sale , it is not soft than CP3, 10 or hyperrev2016, but will be great , they provide upon initial impact is great and since the 14mm doesn’t compress much upon foot strikes you’re able to maintain a much quicker response time between movements than you would if you sunk into the cushion.

2.Grip

The new parts of grain in the sole , it is awesome for grip , O love this parts . They allow for greater flexibility which player in the court .For me ,but if it is the super grip for the player .Sometimes it will too much block the player , especial when move quickly .

3.Durability

I just playing two games ,so about the durability is need to time to test . For me , I graduated  from school , but not playing everyday like old days , so the durability not the top option for me .

But as my experience , the  material of sole  is great .especial support the grain of sole .

4,Material

In terms of actual performance, the foam and mesh build do its job well. It’s flexible and moves well with your foot without feeling overly restrictive. If you played in theZoom Soldier 10 then it’s the exact same feeling. Some might not enjoy it as it could be too soft/flimsy for them, but I did.

Overall , The NIKE LeBron 14  is perfect,  Impact protection and overall mobility are two really great features of the shoe. Forefoot stability and overall containment upon lateral moves is something that is hopefully addressed with the Elite model.Though  traction wasn’t the best, it’ll get the job done so long as you keep it clean. http://www.kd10sale.com/


Most Poupular Air Jordan 11 performacne reviews

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Traction – The overall traction was very solid with all things considered. Usually when you have a translucent outsole you lose traction when dust or debris is on the court but thankfully the Air Jordan 11 for sale have solid rubber traction pods located in the heel and forefoot.

The clear sections are nice and sticky straight out the box, which is good and bad depending on court conditions. However, I played on well-maintained courts in addition to debris ridden floors and the Air Jordan XI held up perfectly fine. Worst that happened was that I needed to wipe the outsole semi-often on dusty courts.

Cushion – With the lightweight Phylon and full length Air unit in place, cushion is solid as well. While they aren’t as soft as the original or 2000/01 Retro releases, they are still leaps and bounds better than previous Air Jordan models. Impact absorption is available and consistent throughout while still maintaining decent court feel in the forefoot.

* Disclaimer * cushion is as stated in the Silver Anniversary, Cool Grey, Concord & most likely the upcoming Black/ Red colorway which are all post 2010. Air Jordan 11’s from the 2008 CDP & 2009 Space Jams are not the same.

Material – Patent leather and ballistic nylon mesh are used along the upper… oh, and a very small piece of cheap split grain leather is located at the heel. Overall, the materials are nice. The patent leather isn’t quite as strong as it could have been if it were a bit thicker but all in all, the materials performed pretty much on par with the original and previous Retro versions.
If they made an Air Jordan 11.5 with Fuse replacing the eyelets and mid panels, open mesh in place of the ballistic nylon mesh and a Jordan Melo M8 patent leather cut with heel and forefoot embedded Zoom Air… I’m drooling just thinking about it.

Fit – They fit true to size, wide footers may want to get ½ size larger or wait for the materials to break-in a bit… which they will. The mesh wraps around your foot perfectly and the patent ads some support which is greatly needed. Lock down is great all the way up the shoe so there isn’t much to complain about. Only thfng that could pose a problem is that the materials are ‘weak’ in comparison to today’s synthetics but this is where growing up in the 90’s comes into play… we’re used to this type of shoe so it doesn’t bother us at all.

Ventilation – It isn’t great but it isn’t horrible. The material is breathable so that’s going to scores some points but its noticeably not as ventilated as something like the kd 10 for sale , which I still feel has the best ventilation out of the entire lineup.

Support – If the materials didn’t move with your foot so much I would say the support is great. The Carbon Fiber adds a lot of support along the entire base of the foot, not just the arch, and the overall fit provides you with the extra reassurance you’d want or need… materials just get a bit flimsy… its mesh… not much you can do.

Overall – The Air Jordan XI is a straight beast on-court. They look good, feel good and they play well on top of that. I hoped the quality wouldn’t obstruct my opinion on their performance and it honestly hasn’t. These are still one of my personal favorite on-court options of all time. There are better options, of course, but just knowing that you won’t lose and ankle or mess up your knees is definitely something to consider. It’s really their increased price that will cause someone to not wear these on-courts… I had someone come up to me one night after playing and they said “I’ve never seen anyone rock Concord’s to hoop… you must have two pairs.” I do… but even if I only had one… they’re worth playing in. http://www.kd10sale.com


激安M62171 ヴィトン 財布 レディース Louis Vuitton 3つ折り財布

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M62171 ヴィトン 財布 レディース Louis Vuitton 3つ折り財布 Victorineピンクルイ ヴィトン エピ

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New Nike Zoom KD 9 Performance Text

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New Nike Zoom KD 9 Performance Text

Yeah, this is late. Yeah, the shoe has been out for three months. Yeah, the Nike Zoom KD 9 has already been reviewed by everybody. Sorry, but when a shoe is this good it deserves all the praise it can get. Yeah, I just ruined the review for those of you wondering about the final overall opinion. Who cares — read up and enjoy…

kd9 traction

TRACTION – For this review, two different shoes were used (the reason for why this lagged) in order to test two outsole options: the translucent option featured on the ‘Gold Medal’ colorway and the solid outsole of the original ‘USA’ colorway. On clean floors, both provided some of the best traction on the market — grippy, sticky, durable indoors, and doesn’t hold much dust due to the honeycomb cells being wide open. On semi- to really dirty courts the translucent stuck but had to be wiped frequently. The solid was good, no matter what nasty, grimy courts they were tried on. Outdoors? The solid will last a little longer, but probably not much, and once you wear through that rubber you are playing on Zoom bags. From a cushion standpoint, that’s great, but for traction, Zoom bags suck.

kd9 cushion

CUSHIONING – Thank you, Leo Chang, or whoever decided to use REAL ZOOM in this year’s Nike shoes. When given Zoom bags like these in the Nike HyperRev 2017 and the Hyperdunk 2016 all is right in the little court in my mind. This is the bouncy, responsive, energy returning Zoom that was supposed to be; there are no Phylon-encased quarter bags or not-really-there dime bags (Kyrie 2, looking at you) — just pure, unadulterated fun bags. Some have said in other reviews that the bags had a lag time, that lateral response was a little slower due to the softness of the bags. Nah, not really. Up and down the court is so smooth, running off cuts and screens is easy, and staying in front on defense was not a problem.

This setup is way more flexible than previous Max Zoom units and the bag didn’t leave feet hurting or tired from overworking to flex the midsole. And the separated units in the forefoot are magical; the flexpoint sits just at the foot/toe joint to roll into steps and jumps. Dang perfect.

kd9 materials

MATERIALS – Look!!! Nike put Flyknit on a basketball shoe!!! Oh, the Kobe series already has it? No, it doesn’t, at least not like this. True knit is flexible, comfy, and requires no break-in time. The KD 9 completes the trifecta, but by a nose — it only has the knit in the forefoot and mid foot. No hot spots, no rough edges, and surprisingly, it keeps the foot on the footbed. The tighter overlay cross-pattern provides the hold by keeping the lateral stretch to a minimum. It isn’t as solid as a fuse or synthetic upper but slipping around in the shoe was never a problem while playing.

The heel is a mesh/fuse material which is nothing new, but it gets the job done. One question: with the solid internal/external heel counter, which does a great job in stability, why not go Flyknit all the way? Maybe on the  Nike KD 10 ?

FIT – Ahhhh, now we get to the “problem” area. This is, by far, the most debated shoe, as far as sizing is concerned, in 2016. When wearing the ‘USA’ pair in my true size of 10.5, I almost pulled my shoulder out of socket getting them on. I don’t think I have wide feet (no Shrek in the building) but the collar would not let me in. But if you keep working you’ll eventually get it in (so. many. jokes.). The 10.5 would have probably worked, but an 11 felt way better on the piggies.

A note: I do like about a thumbnail width at the end of the toes for some comfort space. Once on, and with that little extra room, magic happened. You don’t even need the lace loops, just yank and go (again, jokes). The heel has extra padding just below the topline of the ankle collar and the placement cuts slip completely off. The midfoot area is a little tight where the mesh meets the knit, and it does not stretch, so if you’ve got the fat feet you are in trouble. The forefoot Flyknit wraps perfectly and believe it or not, keeps the foot over the footbed on just about every move.

SUPPORT – Basically a sock with a sole, so support structures are not at the front of the design ideas here, although the fit helps. There is an internal heel counter under that KD logo that does a good job holding the heel in even though the lacing system stops low on the ankle. The base of the shoe is wide, especially for a KD shoe, so the stability side to side is on.

The Phylon midsole is sculpted under the arch for a little stiffness there and the Zoom Max is cut away in that area to keep that sinking feeling away from that area. For someone with foot problems, and looking at the KD7 and 8, the support on the 9 is surprisingly light, although KD did say his shoes are designed for the now, not what may happen, or to prevent something later from injuring.

OVERALL – Best. KD. EVER. Seriously. Besides a little less support than some need, there are no problems with this shoe. Traction — excellent. Cushioning — beyond excellent. Materials — the best Nike has to offer. See a pattern? Actually, this is the best Nike shoe in years.

Hyperbole? Exaggeration? Maybe, but the KD 9 just shows what the Swoosh can still do when it wants to — make killer performers with comfort that look okay off-court (in a few years this may be a killer casual retro). If you want the best Nike has to offer, look no further: the KD 9 is all you need to know. http://www.kd10sale.com/