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?
     
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  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.
     
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  3. arifed

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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
     
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  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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