Best Nike Running Shoes For Me in 2021
Nike Men's Downshifter 9 Running Shoe, black/white - anthracite - cool grey, 11 Regular US
Nike Men's Revolution 4 Running Shoe, black/black, 11 Regular US
- MEN'S RUNNING SHOES: Molded pods offer multi-surface traction. Pods flatten on impact then spring back at toe-off creating a piston effect that delivers responsive cushioning.
- ATHLETIC SHOES: Soft foam midsole delivers lightweight, responsive cushioning. Underlays in the vamp and toe tip offer support and structure for a comfortable ride.
- CORE PERFORMANCE: Minimal in design running shoes. Full-length rubber outsole provides durable traction and cushioning to run longer.
- LIGHTWEIGHT SHOE: No-sew overlays along the midfoot and eyestays provide durability while keeping the shoe lightweight. Single-layer mesh upper for optimal breathability.
- NIKE MEN'S SHOE: Imported, synthetic and rubber sole
Nike Mens Tanjun Running Sneaker Black/Anthracite/Black 10
Nike Air Max Torch 3 Mens Running Shoes (10), Black/White, 10 M US
Nike Men's Revolution 5 Running Shoe, Black/Anthracite, 10 Regular US
- REVOLUTIONARY COMFORT: The Nike Revolution 5 men's running shoes cushion your stride with soft foam to keep you running in comfort. Minimalist design fits in just about anywhere your day takes you.
- BREATHABLE SUPPORT: These Nike men's shoes have lightweight knit textile that wraps your foot in breathable comfort. Reinforced heel and overlays lend support and durability.
- LIGHTWEIGHT CUSHIONING: Soft foam midsole delivers a smooth, stable ride, making these the running shoes men need. Textured outer wall reduces the weight of the shoe.
- DURABLE & FLEXIBLE TRACTION: These Nike shoes are made with rubber outsoles, offering durable traction on a variety of surfaces. Spacing in the tread lets your foot flex naturally.
- MEN'S RUNNING SHOES: Lightweight knit wraps foot, foam midsole, rubber outsole, plush lining, soft sockliner.
Nike Air Max 97 Black/White
Nike Women's Air Max Oketo Sneaker, Black/White, 10.5 Regular US
- Minimal upper features breathable mesh with synthetic overlays
- Max Air unit provides underfoot comfort
- The heel references the air Max 90; notches in the midsole reference the air Max 1
- Foam midsole/outsole offers lightweight cushioning and traction
Nike Men's Flex Experience Rn 7 Black/White/White Running Shoe 12 Men US
- Lace-up closure
- Strategically-placed rubber in the outsole for reliable traction
- Hexagonal flex grooves promote a more natural underfoot feel
Nike Air Max 97 Men's Running Shoes Black/White 921826-001 (12 D(M) US)
Nike Men's Running Gymnastics Shoes, Black Black Cool Grey Oil Grey Hot Punch 007, US 7.5
Bats Human Harvest - a Movie Review
Bats Human Harvest is a 2020 Sci-Fi Channel original starring David Chokachi and Michael Jace. David stars as Russo, a highly trained military soldier who prefers to work alone
The soldiers quickly discover the biological weapon is man eating bats as they are picked off one by one. Not only do the soldiers have to worry about vampire bats but they also have to avoid land mines and enemy soldiers. What makes this movie different from normal creature features is that the bats seem to take a back burner and the main focus is on the quest to find the scientist. It actually seemed more of a war movie to me then a killer bat movie. Either way, the movie was quite good for a Sci-Fi channel movie.
I am a big fan of killer mutated animal movie so of course I liked this movie. David Chokachi and Michael Jace were pretty good actors in the movie, much better then typical B movie actors. Plus they are both easy on the eyes. The movie had a storyline that was somewhat complicated. The scenes with the rebel soldiers conferring among themselves seemed to be filler but it still worked with the movie. I kind of wish there would have been more bats and less soldier bonding scenes, especially when I new they were going to all die anyway so what is the point of getting to know them. As with most all creature features, most everyone dies except for the cute guys and a girl. Typical plot idea but still good, especially since the female character in this one isn't a blond ditz.
My only compliant is I wish the storyline would have explained how the bats became killer bats but I guess that idea got lost in the shuffle. Either way the special effects for the killer bats were great. The bats were very realistic and I usually couldn't tell which were real and which were fake. Hmmm, did they use real bats in the filming of this movie? Maybe, maybe not.
Wait I thought of something else. I thought the soldiers were sent in to retrieve the scientist and all Intel but they end up killing him and destroying all paperwork. As the scientist is pleading for his life, Russo makes a comment that they were sent to destroy the Intel, which I must have missed that order because I thought it was a retrieval mission. Instead it ends up just being a revenge mission; which is fine, just a little inconsistent with the orders from the beginning of the movie. I was glad to see the scientist die. He was annoying and never really explained why he hated America.
I give the movie 7 out of 10 and I would recommend it to any Sci-Fi Channel fan.