lotto kicks

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by srv vlly, May 28, 2006.

  1. srv vlly

    srv vlly Rookie

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    are the speed raptors as comfortable, and durable as the barricades, or breathe frees. what experiences have you had with them?
     
  2. goblake14

    goblake14 Rookie

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    Raptor Speeds are crap durability-wise...my friend borke through the heel in about a month. I on the other hand have had my barricade 4's for 6 months now, and they haven't worn a bit. Which breathe free's are you talking about...the 2's split on my frined within a week. They may have been defective.
     
  3. arifed

    arifed Rookie

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    As far as I'm concerned, my experience with lotto Raptor speed is massively good.

    I had a pair of the first version and I felt good. Playing on hard court I found a good durability, wonderful stability and a great traction.
    Raptor speed II are just lighter, which at the very beginning made me think of a less stable shoes, but I'm pretty happy now (even if colours are less cool).

    I've never tried barricade, about which I've only heard positive comments, but I can tell you that my expectations for my shoes are pretty high and Raptor speed (as well as Kswiss ultrascendor, BTW) fulfilled them.

    Take care
     
  4. srv vlly

    srv vlly Rookie

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    i have the barricade 3's now, and i have only had them for a month and a half and they are almost done. what other sneakers then are the most durable.
     

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