Apple+Nike iPod? Nerds Love to Rock & Run | Hyannis Road Runners

In college, my running shoes were either Nike or Reebok. At the time, I didn't know anything about motion control, stability or cushioning (not that I'm an expert now). I only knew that the sneakers looked cool and they were on sale.

In my late 20s, I wore mostly New Balance since that's what my father wore when I was growing up. Now, I've settled on Mizuno and Asics. I've tried Nikes, but they just don't fit my feet properly. They're too tight across the top, and they don't have enough width for these wide-ass feet of mine. Technology innovation like this might actually make me consider a pair of Nikes.