NIKE LUNARCHARGE ESSENTIAL £44.97 - Nike.com
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NIKE LUNARCHARGE ESSENTIAL £44.97 - Nike.com

£44.47Nike Deals
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Found 8th Nov
Dust/Pure Platinum/Black/Cobblestone
Style - Color # 923619-003

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Nike has lost its mojo.
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Nike has lost its mojo.

The_Guru26 m ago

Nike has lost its mojo.


What are you on, Nike is the most hyped along with Adidas right now

Kurfew26 m ago

What are you on, Nike is the most hyped along with Adidas right now

Its only a name now. Nothing more.

OTHER COLOURS ARE NOT THE SAME PRICE

Nike are light years behind Adidas now.

Rednirah1 h, 9 m ago

Nike are light years behind Adidas now.


Really? Last I checked Nike had a larger variety of popular designs. While Adidas' current success is largely due to their NMD's and their NMD lookalikes, whereas Nike has the whole Jordan Range, Airs, multiple classic designs and are even barging in on adidas' push towards flyknit. I'd even go as far to say that the Jordan Range has more variety than the entirety of Adidas' range.

All while Adidas' classic designs start to look outdated, but that's a matter of opinion

Rednirah3 h, 58 m ago

Nike are light years behind Adidas now.


I don't particularly like the trainers in this deal, but I think that your blanket statement is too sweeping, inaccurate and misleading. IMHO Nike are more advanced, innovative and progressive than Adidas.
Edited by: "Over.The.Knee" 9th Nov

Cold ..... bought same pair of shoes couple of weeks ago, when it's roughly £33 by applying some code with free delivery.... also £44 was normal price at that time too... so I can't see any deal or more price drop since.... correct me if I'm wrong...

oligreen3 h, 46 m ago

Really? Last I checked Nike had a larger variety of popular designs. While …Really? Last I checked Nike had a larger variety of popular designs. While Adidas' current success is largely due to their NMD's and their NMD lookalikes, whereas Nike has the whole Jordan Range, Airs, multiple classic designs and are even barging in on adidas' push towards flyknit. I'd even go as far to say that the Jordan Range has more variety than the entirety of Adidas' range. All while Adidas' classic designs start to look outdated, but that's a matter of opinion



Over.The.Knee1 h, 41 m ago

I don't particularly like the trainers in this deal, but I think that your …I don't particularly like the trainers in this deal, but I think that your blanket statement is too sweeping, inaccurate and misleading. IMHO Nike are more advanced, innovative and progressive than Adidas.


Variety doesn't make a brand popular or 'on trend'. I could make a brand with 1000 style's, that doesn't mean anything. It;s all about the hype. If you know anything about fashion and what's in you would know Nike are not in Adidas' league.

The collaborations that Adidas have now would tell you this. The last Nike trainer to have any appeal were the flyknit racer's but even the re-sale value on them have dipped and they are deemed surplus to requirements these days.

I'll rest my point with Adidas having huge appeal whilst working with the likes of Raf Simons and co. Also their Stan Smith's model still has a big following and the Yeezy stuff is miles more popular than anything Nike does. I'm just speaking impartially but if you can't see Nike have been left behind you would be a bit bias.

Rednirah13 m ago

Variety doesn't make a brand popular or 'on trend'. I could make a brand …Variety doesn't make a brand popular or 'on trend'. I could make a brand with 1000 style's, that doesn't mean anything. It;s all about the hype. If you know anything about fashion and what's in you would know Nike are not in Adidas' league. The collaborations that Adidas have now would tell you this. The last Nike trainer to have any appeal were the flyknit racer's but even the re-sale value on them have dipped and they are deemed surplus to requirements these days.I'll rest my point with Adidas having huge appeal whilst working with the likes of Raf Simons and co. Also their Stan Smith's model still has a big following and the Yeezy stuff is miles more popular than anything Nike does. I'm just speaking impartially but if you can't see Nike have been left behind you would be a bit bias.

Who knew that people thought of trainers in this way. Just a pair of shoes to me.

singhisking687 h, 35 m ago

Cold ..... bought same pair of shoes couple of weeks ago, when it's …Cold ..... bought same pair of shoes couple of weeks ago, when it's roughly £33 by applying some code with free delivery.... also £44 was normal price at that time too... so I can't see any deal or more price drop since.... correct me if I'm wrong...


You're wrong mate. Yes, they have been available cheaper recently but this is still a good deal and defo not normal price.

Rednirah7 h, 12 m ago

Variety doesn't make a brand popular or 'on trend'. I could make a brand …Variety doesn't make a brand popular or 'on trend'. I could make a brand with 1000 style's, that doesn't mean anything. It;s all about the hype. If you know anything about fashion and what's in you would know Nike are not in Adidas' league. The collaborations that Adidas have now would tell you this. The last Nike trainer to have any appeal were the flyknit racer's but even the re-sale value on them have dipped and they are deemed surplus to requirements these days.I'll rest my point with Adidas having huge appeal whilst working with the likes of Raf Simons and co. Also their Stan Smith's model still has a big following and the Yeezy stuff is miles more popular than anything Nike does. I'm just speaking impartially but if you can't see Nike have been left behind you would be a bit bias.



You speak some truth, but no way are Nike that far behind. The addition of the horrendous Yeezy merchandise no doubt gets more publicity, granted, but I wouldn't touch any of that with a barge pole. Opinion not related to Kanye West in any way, it just all looks like tramp gear!

I'm a fan of both really, despite having grown up in Liverpool where everything was Adidas and nothing else was acceptable. Nowadays, i'd say I have as many Nike as I do Adidas, but i'm not loyal to either. I choose what I like, wherever it is from. I think that makes me a lover of both, rather than preferring either.

I'm no brand **** right enough, I just buy what I like. Hell, I even bought a pair of suede boots from Primark recently and they're well smart.
Edited by moderator: "removed swear" 9th Nov

Rednirah6 h, 50 m ago

Variety doesn't make a brand popular or 'on trend'. I could make a brand …Variety doesn't make a brand popular or 'on trend'. I could make a brand with 1000 style's, that doesn't mean anything. It;s all about the hype. If you know anything about fashion and what's in you would know Nike are not in Adidas' league. The collaborations that Adidas have now would tell you this. The last Nike trainer to have any appeal were the flyknit racer's but even the re-sale value on them have dipped and they are deemed surplus to requirements these days.I'll rest my point with Adidas having huge appeal whilst working with the likes of Raf Simons and co. Also their Stan Smith's model still has a big following and the Yeezy stuff is miles more popular than anything Nike does. I'm just speaking impartially but if you can't see Nike have been left behind you would be a bit bias.


Lol. New Jordans sell out in seconds, and they have way more stock than yeezies. And if you know anything about common sense, you'd know that re-sale value has no effect on the original retailer, since they are RE-sales. And the only reason yeezies have such a high resale value is because Adidas don't make that many in the first place. Just look at the re-sale price on any limited edition pair of Jordans or Air Force Ones.

Don't even get me started on Stan Smith's. SS's are the shoes that girls wear to festivals because they're cheap and they don't care about them getting messed up. So they're selling point is that they're cheap, not that they look 'good' because they're drab as hell.

Also when it comes to collaborations, Nike are in kahoots with pretty much the entire NBA, so don't go bringing up the adidas X Raf Simon's Ozweego III which is one of the worst looking shoe collabs I've ever seen.

It's not like I have any brand loyalty to one or the other, so I can't see why I'd be biased when I've given you mostly facts, and the occasional honest opinion. I do like shoes from both, I was just saying I'd like to see something different from Adidas as of late, and I don't think popularity or hype should have a bearing on what I like.

I wouldn't say SS are ugly (they're no CP's) but anyways I was more speaking of the RS Stan's. Personally not a fan of the Ozweego's, prefer Balenciaga Triple S in that market.

I have no loyalty either, in fact despise Yeezy's but they sell well and have more hype than most Nike releases. The boost technology has elevated Adidas above Nike at the moment.

This is why I love fashion, it's so subjective.

oligreen34 m ago

Lol. New Jordans sell out in seconds, and they have way more stock than …Lol. New Jordans sell out in seconds, and they have way more stock than yeezies. And if you know anything about common sense, you'd know that re-sale value has no effect on the original retailer, since they are RE-sales. And the only reason yeezies have such a high resale value is because Adidas don't make that many in the first place. Just look at the re-sale price on any limited edition pair of Jordans or Air Force Ones. Don't even get me started on Stan Smith's. SS's are the shoes that girls wear to festivals because they're cheap and they don't care about them getting messed up. So they're selling point is that they're cheap, not that they look 'good' because they're drab as hell. Also when it comes to collaborations, Nike are in kahoots with pretty much the entire NBA, so don't go bringing up the adidas X Raf Simon's Ozweego III which is one of the worst looking shoe collabs I've ever seen. It's not like I have any brand loyalty to one or the other, so I can't see why I'd be biased when I've given you mostly facts, and the occasional honest opinion. I do like shoes from both, I was just saying I'd like to see something different from Adidas as of late, and I don't think popularity or hype should have a bearing on what I like.


Stan Smith are one of the most popular trainers around, worn by more than just girls at festivals. And at £70 RRP these days, I wouldn't say they where cheap either.

I buy at least one per a year (slightly varying the colour of the heel tab if anything) as they're smart for wearing with jeans and comfortable.

They'll sell a lot more of these than they will the special edition monstrosities that both Adidas and Nike spit out regularly!
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