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The Fast and the Furious With Silvery Sneakers

Silver means insight and inspiration, but also means strong and powerful perception. Looking at the long history of the development of shoes, there are many silver shoes have been released , both for people to bring visual enjoyment, but also greatly enriched the color design of the shoes, with long-standing unique charm.

2017 marks the 20-year anniversary of the Air Foamposite Pro and, to celebrate, Nike is set to drop a slick metallic silver renditionof the old jewel Swoosh ‘posites. Unofficially known as the “Silver Surfer,” the upcoming drop features the silhouette’s familiar black accents and icy outsole, but does up the the chrome Foamposite construction with a carbon fiber-like finish.for the silver colorway , it is nice and show unique charming .

If “Silver Surfer” represents the pinnacle of  silver shoes, then the equally famous “Silver Bullet” can not be ignored: the Air Max 97 classic  “Silver Bullet” streamlined and fashion design has been popular the  sneaker wold . Nike Sportswear has teased this classic Metallic Silver running retro by releasing limited quickstrike offerings at shops like KITH while Europe had a first shot at the Air Max 97 Silver Bullet given the shoe’s importance to Italy and its long-tenured history there.


The “Silver Bullet” is  high popularity: the reason one of  the Swoosh  with the  red embroidery, and the shoe incorporates 3M reflective design to create a more pleasant scene performance.

Nike Air Max 97 Ultra“Metallic Silver”  

but it appears that the classic colorway is making a return on an updated rendition of the epic running shoe. Nike will soon introduce the Air Max 97 Ultra ’17, which features a rebuilt upper and sole with lighter addition to reproduce the popular silver dress, but also uses a more trendy single-layer fabric uppers, coupled with the upgraded Max Air outsole, a new technology blessing under the “new silver bullet “Ushered in a more scientific and technological evolution .The “AIR MAX” type on the heel stripes have been updated as well, while the signature 3M reflective tracks on the upper are now “taped” rather than embroidered.

Nike Zoom PG 1“2K”

As the debut color of the first signature  for Paul George, “PG” under “2K” have been stunning performance: the shoe  inspired by the fish scale structure, using a large area of silver colorway , Set off a considerable color of the layered and structural beauty.

Paul George will be the 21st athlete with a signature shoe from Nike Basketball in 44 years. He will also officially debut the Nike PG 1 on-court on Thursday, January 12th in London when the Indiana Pacers take on the Denver Nuggets.

it have a forefoot strap along with Flywire. Zoom Air is added in the forefoot along with a full-bootie construction is added.


We can see the detail as below :

  • Forefoot strap with Flywire technology loop system provides adaptive support
  • Zoom Air unit under the forefoot and plush sockliner provide responsive cushioning
  • Full-bootie construction delivers a snug, 1-to-1 fit
  • Multidirectional scale-inspired blade traction provides ultimate court grip

PG1 “2K” using the ice blue bottom with silver bright blessing, Nike Swoosh, and other similarly to create the silver buoy shoelace buckle, whole shoe is very strong, the visual effect is also shocking

adidas Stan Smith Boost “Metallic Silver”

One of adidas’s most classic casual shoes, Stan Smith series have been used technological innovation in the sneakers world , which includes the addition of Boost cushioning technology, and dazzling shoes made of liquid silver patent leather Surface version “Metallic Silver”.Flashy and sleek, this adidas Stan Smith features Metallic Silver across the uppers that extends to the toe, tongue and heel. The Three Stripes branding is located on the side which is perforated. Completing the look is a White Boost midsole.

As the saying goes “A thing is valued if it is rare” because of this silver shoes can always keep the long-lasting mystery and future sense, firmly occupy the sneaker market which is an indispensable important seat, as if covered with mystery Light veil on the historical stage, bring us a refreshing visual impression.

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How to choose the right sneakers ?

How to choose the right sneakers ?- Part- one

If you’ve been running , you must to choose the right sneaker. So you need to know yourself .

Pronation is part of the natural movement of the human body and refers to the way your foot rolls inward for impact distribution upon landing. Understanding your pronation type can help you find a comfortable running shoe.

  1. Underpronators (supinators)
  2. Neutral pronators
  3. Over pronators

It’s important to find running shoes that provide the best support for your arch and pronation tendencies. If you have a normal arch, you’re likely a normal pronator, meaning you’ll do best in a stability shoe that offers moderate pronation control.


Underpronation (or supination) is the insufficient inward roll of the foot after landing. Again, the outside of the heel makes initial contact with the ground.

How Your Foot Contacts the Ground: outer side of the heel hits the ground at an increased angle with little or no normal pronation, causing a large transmission of shock through the lower leg.

  • Push Off: pressure on smaller toes on outside of foot.
  • Considered Injuries: plantar fasciitis, shin splints, ankle strain.
  • Foot type: high arches.


How Your Foot Contacts the Ground: foot lands on outside of the heel, then rolls inward (pronates) to absorb shock and support body weight

  • Push Off: even distribution from the front of the foot.
  • Considered Injuries: less likely due to effective shock absorption, but neutral runners are not immune to injury.
  • Foot Type: normal-size arches


As with the “normal pronation” sequence, the outside of the heel makes the initial ground contact. However, the foot rolls inward more than the ideal fifteen percent, which is called “overpronation.” This means the foot and ankle have problems stabilizing the body, and shock isn’t absorbed as efficiently. At the end of the gait cycle, the front of the foot pushes off the ground using mainly the big toe and second toe, which then must do all the work.

How Your Foot Contacts the Ground: foot lands on outside of heel, then rolls inward (pronates) excessively, transferring weight to inner edge instead of ball of the foot

  • Push Off: big toe and second toe do majority of the work
  • Considered Injuries: shin splints, plantar fasciitis, bunions, heel spurs
  • Foot Type: low arches or flat feet

The relation of feet type and pronator ?

  1. Low arches runners often cause overpronation
  2. Normal arch often cause the normal pronation
  3. low arches or flat feet are not sure , maybe underpronation or over probation .

How to chose the right sneaker?

If you’re an overpronator, here are a few tips to help you find the right shoes for your feet.

  1. Wear shoes with straight or semi-curved lasts
  2. Look for motion-control or stability shoes with firm, multidensity midsoles and external control features that limit pronation
  3. Use over-the-counter orthotics or arch supports

If you’re an underpronator, here are a few tips to help you find the right shoes for your feet.

Wear shoes with curved lasts to allow pronation

Look for lightweight trainers as they allow more foot motion

Check for flexibility on the medial (inner) side of the shoe