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The PEAK Taichi AMOY shoe just made its official retail debut, and we have finally published our performance review on them. Mike and Nick were fortunate enough to receive pairs of the AMOYs, as well as the TP9.VII (check out our review here on those), and we can’t thank our friends over at PEAK enough for coordinating with us to publish our performance review and let us share our thoughts on their latest casual sneaker.
The PEAK Taichi AMOY arrives with a full length Taichi foam midsole atop a thick nub grooved outsole. Completing the shoe is a ballistic nylon esque mesh upper with various panel overlays of synthetics.
Both myself and Mike had a really enjoyable time wearing the Taichi AMOY. They are SUPER comfortable just to walk around all day in, and they did not disappoint us from our first time around with the original Taichi. While the shoe had a few minor gripes in our opinion, it still was a solid sneaker all around. The shoe has tongues with adjustable velcro patches. The ‘Off White’ pair that we received comes with Lou William inspired tongue patches, as shown in the video review. PEAK has let us know that they will also be dropping more pairs with Tony Parker patches, as well as more colorways to be launched in the future.
You can grab the Taichi AMOY here from Peak Sports USA for under $89.00 in Black and Off White colorways. Let us know your thoughts on the PEAK Taichi AMOY and our review in the comments below, and keep it locked to the site as we publish more reviews and first impressions very soon.