breathe free ll,or resolve?

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  1. morten

    morten Hall of Fame

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    Tried the barricade 3,ok,but like nike better,like low to the ground feel.i used the oscilliate before,love it.Stability is important. I am 82 kilos aggresive s/v player.
     
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  2. finchy

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    i'd get the bf2's in half a size less than what u normally wear in nike's. they have great traction, the best cushioning in a show i've ever worn, and great stability.
     
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  3. Dopke

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    Hm, BFII are hard to beat, I wear them now, but I'm also interested in Resolves cause of the cheaper price. I might have to just try them out.
     
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  4. tykrum

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    The Resolves are great, I know I wouldn't pay $40 more for anything. They are durable and have a low to the ground feel with the thin air bag in the heel and zoom air in the front. They are also very stable.
     
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  5. !<-_->!

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    I have the Resolves. They're pretty good. Got them for $40. One problem is that they're a little wide in the toe box for me. That caused my foot to move around a little too much and therefore led to bruised toes. However, I added an extra insole from an old pair of shoes and that fixed everything.
     
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  6. ragnaROK

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    I have never worn anything more comfortable than the BF 2s. Get those if you can afford them. You do have to buy up half a size tho. The Barricade IIs are more " closer to the ground" than the B IIIs, you could try those out too. The best stability.
     
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  7. Marius_Hancu

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    So what are you using now to replace Nike Oscillates' feel? I have the same problem .... Have the same style of play and about same weight ...
     
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  8. TheRed

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    The closest shoes to the oscillates I've tried are...the Kswiss ultrascendors.
     
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  9. Marius_Hancu

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    Thanks. For the time being, I'am ... resoling:))
     
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  10. morten

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    Marius,resolve works ok.. and voltage,but bad durability
     
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  11. mista-k

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    I have the nike vapor s2 - 2 nike ab2s and 1 air resolve....I have narrow feet...vapors to me are the best for running coz its lite and tight and SUPERB traction...air breaths are a little bulkier than vapors but still good for running I say this coz the heel is AIR MAX so its kinda gives you that extra stuff to step on hence the bulkier feel...and resolves are the for medium to wide feet and I have nothing extra special to say about it except its cheap and seems like a good shoe kinda wide for me though shouldve gotten half size smaller...hope that helps...again I have narrow feet (all the sizes of my shoes are 9 mens US)
     
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