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The Nike SB Nyjah Free 2 is a sequel worthy of its predecessor. Inspired by the iconic Nike Air Zoom Spiridon, the original rubber design has been updated with mesh panels to help your feet stay cool through your hottest skate sessions.
Free standard delivery on orders over 300 лв.
J S. - 06 Nov 2021
These nike sb nyjah free 2 feels amazing, fits right and looks stylish. Would buy another with different color. Shipping is fast and always enjoy the free shipping with Nike.
Durable in the wrong places
IsaiahB522861214 - 15 Oct 2021
Four sessions in there are some clear flaws to the shoe. The rubber toebox area stands up well to flip tricks but the shoes sacrifices durability for breathability in mesh parts of the shoe. The problem is that four sessions in, the mesh above the toe box and near the upper lace eyelets has worn through and exposed the loops that hold the laces. These loops fray and once they break there's no way to lace the shoes anymore. I don't expect these to last more than three weeks of regular skating, which is disappointing for the price. The shoe does win points for comfort though. It's narrow to begin with but breaks in easily and is true to size. However, the comfort doesn't matter much if you can't wear them two weeks after purchasing them. Back to Janoskis.
AnthonyP673771853 - 05 Oct 2021
Extremely narrow, you must go a half size up in general. If you have wide or larger feet, probably a full size if that. The comfort is alright, but not the best. The sides rub on my pinky toe quite often so wear comfortable socks. They’re very stylish and go with everything. I mainly use them when lifting because they have a flat bottom, so they are perfect for that. Once they’re slightly broken in they’re fine.