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Monday, February 29, 2016

Review: ForceField Products

 If you want to keep your sneakers fresh, ForceField products are what you need.
Every sneakerhead wants to keep their kicks as fresh as possible. You don't even have to be into sneakers that much to appreciate the joy of always having a clean pair of sneakers, especially if you have favorites.

In today's market, there are a lot of options to choose from. Plenty of brands that have everything from shoe cleaning kits to decreasers to sole protectors. While some hold appeal over others, it's all about the end result. Does the product actually work as advertised? Well, I tried out ForceField's entire line, and here are the results.

As an avid sneaker aficionado, I try to keep my kicks as fresh as possible. Even when the weather is trying to prevent it. Throughout the years i've tried numerous products, some have worked, others have not.

The latest test I did came from the brand, ForceField. They currently offer:
- A Care Kit (Athletic Shoe Cleaner, Platinum Series Shoe Brush and Freshener)
- Crease Preventers
- Protector Spray

I checked out each product and applied it to various sneakers I own to test out how each one would hold up. The protector spray and crease preventers I winded up using the most and recommend highly. With a lot of different types of weather out there, you never know when you might hit some rain, snow etc.

The protector spray helps keep your sneakers looking fresh since day one. I applied it to a pair of sneakers just before I un-DS'ed them and after a few wears, they still look fresh out the box. The spray also works well for those collectors out there looking to preserve the look of their sneakers for years to come as they stash them away. It protects from UV, slowing down the yellowing process we all dislike.

The de-creasers are perfect for those sneakers you know are bound to crease after your first step, like a Nike Air Force 1, for example. You slip them right into the sneakers and they grip comfortably to the top of the inside, allowing you plenty of room for your feet so you don't need to size up, all the while protecting your kicks from those ugly creases in the toe area.

The Care Kit is a sneakerhead essential. Cleaner, a brush (for non-leather pairs) and freshener to keep your kicks pristine. I tested out both previously dirty sneakers as well as a pair I dirtied up a bit, and the dirt proved to be no match for the cleaner, both pairs were crispy clean once again.

So if you're like me and like to keep your sneakers fresh, ForceField's products are what I recommend. They have everything you need, and don't have to use one product from one brand and another from a second.

Check out their website here for more information and to order some protection for your kicks:

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of ForceField™. The opinions and text are all mine.

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