Sweet Classic High

Shipping and Returns

Related Styles
  Nike Vapor Strike MCS

Nike Air Cage Advantage


Air Diamond Trainer


Air Max Cage Shoes


Air Max Run Lite 4


Nike Air Max Torch 4


Cheer Compete


Nike Cortez Leather Shoes


Flex Show TR 2


Nike Flight 13 Shoes


Free Edge TR


Free TR Fit 3 All Conditions


Hyperdunk 2013 TB



Nike Vapor Strike MCS are athletic shoes designed to deliver premium comfort and great grip on multiple terrains. These shoes have low cut silhouette and very attractive style which makes them eye-catching. The cushioned and soft interior deliver shocks absorption to keep you protected from harmful shocks upon each impact. These shoes have upper made from synthetic material which offers comfortable fit and long lasting durability. The upper has big Swoosh logo on the side which lets everyone know you excellent brand choice. The upper has padded collar which keeps your ankle in great comfort and support. The tongue has been padded as well to keep the lace pressure off your feet for additional comfort. The lace up closure on the top allows you customized and secure fastening for best performance. The interior has been lined to provide protection from moisture by absorbing it off your feet for healthy and dry wearing. The lining keeps your feet free from irritation and blisters so you can travel long distances without discomfort. These shoes have lightweight cushioned footbed which offers support and comfort. The midsole has been made from Phylon which disperses shocks upon impact and it keeps the harmful shocks away from your feet. The midsole also offers support and stability to keep your running smooth and sturdy. The outsole of these shoes has been made from TPU which is lightweight and it deliver great durability for long term use. The outsole also offers flexibility to ensure smooth and natural foot movement. The outsole has 12 cleats which have been configured to deliver grip on various surfaces for slip resistant ride. These imported shoes have 1 inches of heel with 1 inch platform. They weigh 14 ounces as per size 12. This style can be found in these colors: Black/ Metallic Silver/ White, White/ Varsity Red, White/ Black and White Light Graphite.




 View At Store

Product Video Review

Buy Nike Vapor Strike MCD

User Opinions

Capitalism is premised on the provision of capital to others relying on the Rule Of Law to secure the return of the investment. Capitalism is essentially about nothing more than the LENDING of resources to another in a society with predictable legal rules rather than fearfully consuming all your excess wealth in the present because you have no confidence in the future. Lending - whether in the form of loans or stock investment - to those with an idea. Or those who believe they have a more efficient means of production. Or those who have innovated something new or believe they might be able to with the benefit of someone else's savings. Capitalism is simply the willingness to take risk. The confidence in the future which allows you to temporarily part with your excess wealth by providing it to someone else who can put it to more productive use than you. Only possible in a Rule of Law society with effective limits on government power. And something that arises naturally when these attributes exist. Capitalism is the willingness to part with capital. Not hoard it. The greater the willingness of your citizens to part with their savings, the faster the rate at which the wealth of your society will expand. No truly free market would stay that way; it would rapidly turn into a monopoly or oligopoly. Absent any regulation, businesses, individuals, or combinations thereof, will use whatever advantage they can to destroy competition.

Rules & regulations that conservative Republican attempt to eliminate are those that prevent lying, cheating, stealing, and colluding, which would otherwise be perfectly legal; in fact, regulations are what attempts to protect GOP business constituents from one another. Thus, unregulated free market would rapidly turn into monopolies and oligopolies until only one was left. All of that being said David, you have to admit Capitalism took a big black eye from the occurrences around the 2008 debacle? Regardless of where you put the blame, the fact is the system went out of control. That's evidence enough that some "control" is necessary to protect ourselves from a runaway bubble economy, which capitalism is prone to create, and runs counter to what those on the right advocate with small government, dogmatic policies. Hmmm..."Only one thing can allow a business to transcend the daily brute struggle for survival: monopoly profits."  How about big profits, if not monopoly profits? - at one time, General Motors, AT&T, etc. had really big profits. GM, one might well argue, didn't innovate - or if it did, US consumers didn't want them.  Do you need innovation to become a monopolist, or be a monopoly to get innovative? I think it is the former. Anyway, not sure I agree with all the points, but food for thought. Now let me go get my 2nd cup of coffee. A badly chosen Saturday Essay. The guy wants to define his terms to skew the argument and bolster his conclusions, but can't disguise his argument's manifold weaknesses. Especially for the WSJ's highly economically literate readers. Who at WSJ thought Thiel was a good choice?


Also See These Styles Similar To Nike Sweet Classic High

Lunar IDV Trail Mid Nike Mach Runner Mercurial Veloce FG Nike Free Bionic BP
Roshe Run Stasis ACG Nike Studio Trainer Studio Wrap Point
Unify Strike Metal Shoes Nike Vapor Strike MCS Zoom Born Ready Zoom Terra Kiger


Note: We do not represent any affiliation or association with brand names like Nike mentioned on our website. We list information, reviews, critiques on footwear products and may provide link to 3rd party store where you can purchase product but we don't guarantee its availability.
  Contact Webmaster | Privacy Statement


Copyright © Sweet Classic High, All Rights Reserved.