Before investing in a pair of trainers, you need to consider what you will most be wearing them for, then decide if you want a specialist shoe or an all-rounder.
Are they running shoes, for perfecting your football skills, playing tennis or are they the everyday shoe for everyday activities and the gym? Once you have worked this out, your options will be narrowed down.
Nike offers a huge range of shoes suitable for every need so you are guaranteed to find the perfect fit. If you are unsure about which trainer to go for, running shoes are a good all-rounder; they are designed for comfort and flexibility, as well as durability, so they can handle whatever you put them through.
Trainers have always been much more than just shoes for exercising, however; they can be a fashion statement. And Nike are experts at shoes that accomplish form and function without compromise.
When you are looking for the perfect pair of trainers, what is better than a high-quality pair of 100% customised shoes? This is what the Air Max range offers, and the Air Max 2016 iD trainer is one of the latest and most versatile styles.
Stylish Air Max
The Air Max is a running shoe, so is designed for ultimate comfort and perfect fit. Its namesake cushioning unit offers flexibility to enhance the comfort as you run. It also has an internal bootie that acts like a sock, ensuring it fits to your feet perfectly. And to keep your feet cool and fresh throughout the day, the upper section is a breathable mesh. In a nutshell, Nike have engineered this trainer for optimum personalised comfort.
Personalised running shoes
Nike has a wide range of comfortable shoes and every pair can be custom-made for a personalised fit. If you don’t like having the same thing as everyone else, or have specific needs from your running shoe, take advantage of Nike’s supreme service to personalise your trainers.
You can choose the colour and pattern of every element of this shoe, including details such as the Nike font. Not only can you customise the look of these to reflect your personality, but you can customise the fit, choosing the width of the shoes as well as the size. So if you are someone whose shoe options are usually limited to a ‘Wide’ range, you definitely won’t have to miss out on these.
Premium trainers do come with a premium price. The Flyknit Air Max trainers will set you back a cool £230, but there are styles that come in under £100, however these are not customisable.
The starting price for custom trainers is £120, and the 2016 iD range sits in the middle at £170. So, although Nike does cater for a range of budgets, it is a good idea to take advantage of offers and discounts available. With Nike, however, you are investing in quality and timeless style.
If you want to find your perfect fit, you can check out Nike’s full range of Air Max trainers on their website. But don’t forget to come back and take advantage of our discount vouchers and save money off your next purchase of Nike trainers.