- Unique, hard-to-miss design
- Breathable for hot days
- Flexible sole
- Soft and stretchy fabric
- Spot-on fit
- All-day comfort
- Stable on uneven surfaces
- Collects dirt
- Not for wide feet
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If you're looking for something economical or lowkey, the 450 might be too much. If you want to take it easy on your wallet and style, go for.
Sneaker beasts are over the moon by the 450's “insanely unconventional” design. Those blown away by its looks say it stands out even when tied with plain street clothes.
Its knit upper doesn't keep the feet toasty. Even during hot summer days, the upper lets in a lot of air, keeping the foot dry and sweat-free.
Even with a sole that strikingly wraps the foot, the 450 “doesn’t feel stiff” in any way. According to reviewers, it doesn't restrain their feet at all. On the contrary, it encourages the natural bend of the foot.
According to wearers, the collar opens widely like some of the sock-like kicks. Slipping in and out is a breeze. However, the shoe's skintight fit is a no-no for broad-footed runners as it can feel constricting.
The 450 feels soft underfoot, almost similar to wearing . Experts say that because of this, they recommend it for all-day use.
Buyers lured to this oddly structured kick say its finger-like foam solidly clasps the feet. This prevents excess movements inside the shoe, securing stable and surefooted strides even on rugged, uneven surfaces.
Those with narrow to medium-width feet find the fit precise and locked-in. However, broad-footed runners say otherwise.
They say sizing up is necessary as the 450 tends to "hug the foot tightly." To them, the feeling is almost close to wearing double socks; it's constricting.