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BARGAIN ALERT: Score Big with the Nike Total90 Shoot IV IC


No. 10 - Nike Total90 Shoot IV IC

Was: $60
Now:
 $50
Find It Here:
Eastbay

Are you looking to step up your soccer game? The Nike Total90 Shoot IV IC can help. This indoor/hard court shoe is made up of a synthetic leather upper for a great combination of comfort and fit. Meanwhile, the instep and swerve shot shield will help to improve ball striking. The midsole utilizes a die-cut EVA sockliner to reduce pressure, and the outsole has been tooled for enhanced traction on hard court surfaces. At $50, the Total90 Shoot is a bargain you should consider.
No. 9 - Nike SB Paul Rodriguez 6

Was: $90
Now:
$72
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Nike

Shoes from the legend himself, P-Rod’s Nike SB is worth scooping up sometime soon. Picking up where the previous models left off, these low-cut kicks make use of a Lunarlon/Phylon combo cushioning setup topped off with a suede and leather perforated upper. The outsole is specifically designed to provide proper traction on board surfaces, and these are guaranteed to keep you cool and comfy during long skate sessions.

No. 8 - Nike Zoom Breathe 2K12

Was: $105
Now: $84
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Nike

Since the days of John McEnroe and Andre Agassi, Nike has been a top force in the world of tennis shoes. The new models stick to what Nike has done best over the years: utilizing cutting-edge tech to deliver high performance kicks. The Zoom Breathe 2K12 features a number of Nike’s biggest innovations, including a Lunarlon midsole paired Zoom Air cushioning in the heel. Drag-On technology is also incorporated for a supportive and flexible upper.

No. 7 - Reebok Sublite Pro VLP One

Was: $90
Now:
$60
Find It Here:
Foot Locker

A reliable, lightweight low cut sneaker built for the hardwood. The SubLite midsole delivers lightweight performance and comfort, and the sockliner can be removed and replaced with orthotics. Flex nodes offer flexibility and natural motion, while the rugged outsole is built to last. This is a great buy for guards and smaller sized players.

No. 6 - ASICS Gel-Cumulus 13

Was: $105
Now: 
$60
Find It Here:
Foot Locker

Although the sizes currently available online are limited, the Gel-Cumulus 13 can also be picked up in store for the same great deal. It's equipped with gender-specific forefoot cushioning and stability that makes it perfect for mild-to-moderate overpronators. The patented Asics Guidance Lin vertical flex grooves enhance the tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency. Meanwhile, the Impact Guidance System uses linked components that enhance the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off. No. 5 - Reebok SmoothFlex

Was: $80
Now: $60
Find It Here: Foot Locker

The SmoothFlex provides natural motion with added cushioning and protection for everyday running. These runners are designed for the long haul with a high performance, comfortable fit. The full-lengt 3D SubLite midsole manages to be light and soft, yet also stable and durable. Meanwhile, the heel carbon rubber outsole provides higher durability on areas which strike the ground most often. Outsole includes 34 individual nodes for as natural of a feel as possible. At $60, these are surely one to consider.

No. 4 - adidas Rose 2.5 Low

Was: $110
Now: $80
Find It Here: Foot Locker

Although D Rose has yet to make his return to the Bulls active roster, his sneakers are nothing to turn your nose up at. The leather upper combines with the lockdown SPRINTWEB tech to deliver a stable yet flexible fit. adidas MiCoach tech can be utilized in the chassis to track your performance as you play. Finally, the high traction rubber outsole and EVA molded midsole provide the grip and comfort you need on the court. No. 3 - Under Armour Micro G Bloodline

Was: $110
Now: $80
Find It Here: Foot Locker

Under Armour's basketball department has been on a steady rise in recent years, and the Micro G Bloodline is a perfect example as to why. Worn by Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings last season, the Bloodline meets the needs of pros and amateurs alike. The lightweight, supportive synthetic upper is equipped with a midfoot strap for further support and lockdown. UA's Skeletex tech is put to use on the collar, delivering a comfortable and custom fit around the ankle. A full length Micro G midsole keeps the ride soft and plush during extended stretches. The one piece, clear rubber outsole provides traction, especially on outdoor surfaces.No. 2 - ASICS Gel-Speedstar 6

Was: $100
Now: $80
Find It Here:
Foot Locker

The ASICS GEL-Speedstar 6 builds off of previous Speedstar models and continues to provide a lightweight, cushioned ride and features a new breathable upper that is designed to reduce irritation. A Solyte cushioned and responsive midsole ensures a comfortable run. Rearfoot and forefoot GEL Cushioning System provides anti-shock, while Trusstic System reduces the weight of the sole unit without compromising the the structure of the shoe.

No. 1 - Nike LunarSpeed Lite+

Was: $110
Now: $60
Find It Here: Foot Locker

This week's No. 1 Bargain Buy selection comes in the form of a Nike Lunar racing flat that is priced at nearly 50% off. For serious runners, this is simply too good of a deal to pass up. The mesh uppers keeps things lightweight while offering breathability. But the real bones behind the LunarSpeed is of course the LunarLon midsole, which provides comfort and stability. An internal arch bandage is implemented to ensure a secure fit, while the rubber outsole's flex grooves provide traction and natural motion.

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