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Nike Odyssey React Shield 2 $90.99 + Shipping (RRP $200) @ Nike

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What can I say, that's over 50% off! Add $7.95 for shipping. Other colours available but limited sizes. I have a pair of react shoes and they are super comfy and I use them daily for walking / cycling. Voltage Purple colour sizes US 7 to US 11 available at time of posting.

INTUITIVE PERFORMANCE FOR WET WEATHER.

The Nike Odyssey React Shield 2 delivers a lightweight and weatherised design that is built to help support every mile. Underfoot, responsive cushioning delivers a soft, springy ride for a route that begs to be crushed.

Dry Feet For Miles

The material on the upper helps resist the elements, while sealed seams help keep water out.

Traction for Wet Weather

Outsole design has channels to help shed water for optimal traction.

Complete Cushioning

Nike React technology delivers a smooth, responsive ride. An athlete-informed outsole construction helps evenly disperse impact to provide a smooth transition and soft feel.

Great Traction

Outsole design has channels to quickly help shed water for traction. Sticky rubber helps enhances grip on slick surfaces.

Fit and Function

A moulded foam collar offers smooth comfort and support around your ankle.

Product Details

Weight: 10oz (291g approx.) (men's size 9)
Offset: 10.5mm (28mm heel, 17.5mm forefoot)
Reflective-design elements
Not intended for use as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Colour Shown: Black/Voltage Purple/Volt/Metallic Silver
Style: BQ1671-002
Country/Region of Origin: Vietnam

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Comments

  • How does this item compare to the Nvidia Shield 2019 and Shield Pro 2019?

    • I'd say these are more comfortable to wear on a daily basis. However I don't think they support H.265 codec, only smelly feet.

  • What does this mean ?

    " Not intended for use as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) "

  • The all black colourway looks so good…wish it was available in my size

    • what size are you? US 9 seems to have popped up, even though it was previously unavailable.

      • Normally US 10.5-11…thanks for the tip, 10 is there now but wasn't before. Might go have a look at the size chart

        • i size up on these, i reckon you'd be an 11. I'm normally a US10 on Adidas Ultraboost but with these I go 10.5

  • Thanks, just scored a pair - I love the React Odyssey for running, will be interesting to see how the Shields compare.

    • In addition to the supreme comfort, the benefit of wet weather protection is extremely appealing.

  • The black accent looks so nice. Got one thx OP!

  • Damn I'm after Zoom Structure 22 but they never seem to be on sale

  • Just be aware. These ones are coming from Hongkong. It would take 1 month to reach and may not be in the same quality you would see in An Australian store. Returns would also go back to there. Almost like a grey import.

    • completed a recent order from Nike.

      Did take a little longer than expected about 2 1/2 weeks and package came from Netherlands for me.

      one of the pairs of shoes I ordered was a little too snug and returned. Return was free and I only needed to post to their Aus warehouse not netherlands.

      Refund was back in my account within 5 days.

      • yes this is my experience with Nike also, if shoe you ordered is unsatisfactory in anyway it can be returned via post locally for free and refund fairly quick too.

      • Is it pre covid or post covid..? Chat agent saying 1 month to deliver.

      • I've bought 5 pairs from the site and they always come from the Netherlands, not HK

    • Why would the shoes from Hong Kong differ to the locally available stock ? Don't they all come from the same factory in Vietnam?

      • I am not sure about this perticular one. I bought Nikes from different parts of the world including USA and Singapore. I found build quality of Australian stored ones are better.

      • Received the pair today. It came from Netherlands and shipping was very fast. However, quality is inferior per sure.

    • +4 votes

      You must have bought from either a fake or an overseas store. On AU store returns are free and they also have a 30 day trial guarantee

      • No, this was purchased on the official Nike store.

        Problem was that shoes were worn for the first time just outside of 30 days, after which they promptly disintegrated.

        Australian consumer law would protect in this case, as the product was not fit for purpose.

        Nike's customer support didn't care, and insisted to pay the expensive return shipping.

        I'm wearing Adidas now.

  • made in xinyang concentration camps by forced labour dont buy nike!!!

    guys we need to have a hard think about our purchases, don't buy made in china!

  • this or asics gel nimbus 22?

  • Is US shoe size and AUS shoe size same ? Can some please advise ?

    • Not for Men. For some reason in Mens AU=UK (US-1). But Womens AU=US.

    • Australian stores go by US numbers.

      If you go into any footwear store and ask “for a 9”
      They’ll hand you a US9. I don’t believe I’ve seen shoes with AU sizes written.

      Typically, US, UK & EU

      • Not according to this. Depends on the store and brand in my experience.

        But yes, no shoes will have an AU size in them. I personally always go by EU size, as I can never remember if I'm a 10 out 11 in US or UK, but I remember I'm a 45.

      • You're right, AU sizing isn't actually a thing (at least I have never seen a shoe labelled with AU sizing). In store staff will usually hand you the US size you ask for. However some online stores list AU size (which is weird) but should be equivalent to UK.

  • 291g… "Lightweight" has become such a broad descriptor.

  • Soooo dissapointed they don't have any in my size left, have a pair of Odyssey Reacts that are by far my most comfortable shoe but I though Nike discontinued them. Miles better than the Reacts which are waaay to narrow.

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