Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by buddahfan, Sep 13, 2007.
Way to go BB.
Wallace dunks shoe biz
Big Ben is still the man no matter what team he's on. He's still a Piston at heart.
I bought some Starbury's and they fell apart after one month...I don't think the big show companies have anything to worry about.
You didn't go out and try to play basketball with those shoes, did you? Lots of things will fall apart if not used properly.
Oh...I did play some driveway basketball with my son...but I only have a one inch vertical leap.
I bought some Starbury low top running shoes in May and they are still in good shape...but I only walk in them..
If you read the fine print, the shoe has a two inch vertical minimum for maximum shoe life. This is due to the 'hang time' factor that allows the material to expand to it normal size after being compressed.
I got some Starburys. I thought they were comfortable but the sole material wore out fast but I probably exceeded the max weight tolerance on them.
The other thing is that its a narrow sole.
Bills, aren't you a big fella? Us big fellas wear out our [STRIKE]souls[/STRIKE] soles faster.
Yeah...Big Fella...I might have exceeded the weight limit too.
That is more than Laimbeer had/has. LOL
Shaq Launches Watch, Doesn’t Mess Around - SlipperyBrick
Shaq trying on his new watch
I don't know how much the Shaq watch will cost but this watch from Audemars Piguet you can pick up for a cool $121,302 on the Amazon website.
In any case I think that the Shaq watch will cost a bit more than Big Ben's new line of sneakers.
Amazon.com: Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Men's Silver Dial Brown Strap 18K Yellow Gold Chronograph Tourbillon Watch 25977BA.OO.D088CR.01: Jewelry & Watches: Audemars Piguet
Ive got a pair of starbury 1's that I hoop in and they seem to be good enough quality shoes for the money.. nothings fallen apart yet.
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