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Adidas Zx flux or Nike Roshe??

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yazzy85 Mon 18-Apr-16 12:21:09

I tried on both the Zx Flux and Roshe in store and can't decide between them as they both fit and look good. Which do you prefer for everyday look/comfort? Going to be using them for casual wear to the shops and school run.

http://www.schuh.co.uk/womens/adidas-zx-flux-black-and-white-trainers/1920217270/

http://www.schuh.co.uk/womens/nike-roshe-one-black-and-silver-trainers/1959027870/

carrie74 Mon 18-Apr-16 12:37:35

I'm not that keen on the Adidas ones. I tried the Roshe and preferred the Nike Air Thea (so got them but fully customised on Nike ID, so they say my name on the back instead of Nike, and I chose all the colour ways I wanted).

yazzy85 Mon 18-Apr-16 12:40:27

Wow that's amazing carrie74, lucky you!! Can your wear the theas with casual skinny jeans as well? I didn't try those on but may have a look.

carrie74 Mon 18-Apr-16 14:25:27

Yes, I wear them all the time (they were my birthday present, so not quite as extravagant as it sounds. But, equally, they're pretty expensive trainers in the first place, so an extra £20 or whatever didn't seem so bad).

MrsBenWyatt Mon 18-Apr-16 18:40:48

I have those exact Roshe and I love them. I they are extremely light and comfortable. I have not worn any other shoes since I got them!

yazzy85 Mon 18-Apr-16 23:14:42

Thanks MrsBenWyatt, they do feel extremely lightweight and comfortable!

fiorentina Tue 19-Apr-16 08:14:53

I love my Nike Roshe for casual wear. Very comfy and when they got grubby I threw them in the washing machine and they were fine!

leedy Tue 19-Apr-16 15:27:01

Love Nike Roshe as well. They're incredibly comfortable and have good arch support for my dodgy feet.

yazzy85 Tue 19-Apr-16 19:38:40

Do the Roshe's and Thea's come up true to size or would you guys recommend going up a size or half a size?

fiorentina Tue 19-Apr-16 20:30:53

No they were true to size for me.

MaryMarigold Tue 19-Apr-16 23:09:36

I'm going to go against the grain and say I prefer the Adidas. Every man and his dog has Nike Roshe's round here, including all the teens at the local 6th form college. I have Thea's and they're not much better either (I do love them though).

JackandDiane Wed 20-Apr-16 03:25:24

Agree. Roshe are very very year 8. In a bad way

yazzy85 Wed 20-Apr-16 09:05:16

Any alternatives that are comfortable trainers? Not new balance/converse/vans

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