Topic: How to protect my first sneakers from creases?

So I got my first sneakers (ZX Flux) and I am juat wondering how to protect them from creases? As I'm walking u can see sneaker bent at toe and I am just worried that I will get creases fast and kinda destroy them.  As I sad they are my first and I would be glad for any info/input

Re: How to protect my first sneakers from creases?

you don't, you just wear them, creases are part of the whole thing.

A sneaker without creases is a sneaker not being worn, sneakers are for wearing...

All the gear and no idea.

Re: How to protect my first sneakers from creases?

flux don't really crease, unless they are made of leather

or just never wear them and they will never crease

@sogoated // @villaveloframes

Re: How to protect my first sneakers from creases?

Hi.
I just buy a
new balance sneakers, and after two weeks I have the same problem. They are made in leatherette.
Have you got any advice for this tipod and materials?
Thank you. (sorry for my bad English)

Re: How to protect my first sneakers from creases?

you wear them.. they crease,

you want creaseless shoes? go barefoot... hell even then your feet will crease.

6 (edited by TheFreshPrince September 6th, 16 12:21pm)

Re: How to protect my first sneakers from creases?

If you're really serious about not creasing your kicks, go half a size up and buy shoe shields. It's an insert you wear in the front of your shoe. I can tell you from personal experience they are not comfortable at all (especially if you have a wider foot) but they do the job.

Re: How to protect my first sneakers from creases?

Mik wrote:

you don't, you just wear them, creases are part of the whole thing.

A sneaker without creases is a sneaker not being worn, sneakers are for wearing...

This.

'crease' sneakerheads are retards.

Serial chilla

Re: How to protect my first sneakers from creases?

TheFreshPrince wrote:

If you're really serious about not creasing your kicks, go half a size up and buy shoe shields. It's an insert you wear in the front of your shoe. I can tell you from personal experience they are not comfortable at all (especially if you have a wider foot) but they do the job.

I did not even see a shoe shield, let alone using one so far but I could quote from Jerrod Carmichael's last stand-up that those protective sprays are not doing anything as he dishes out that they are selling those just for the commission as shoe salesmen. I had some creases on my old Adidas Tim Duncans but they were made of leather (or at least they looked like they were). I am in the market for one of the New Balance models in promotion at http://promocodius.com/tr/magazalar/boy … rim-kuponu to use at work and they are mostly fabric or canvas. Should I worry for the same problem or just regular maintenance would do the trick?