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Postby runner » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:13 am

They do look more like casual shoes than proper running shoes.

Personally i would not run on them.
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Postby chloe » Tue Dec 01, 2009 4:25 pm

interestingly a large representation from asics eh, ive always been asics brand loyal,but the last pair i got were horrible,im sure they gave me feet problems, and this was after i had a 'professional' properly test and fit me, they were also one of the more expensive shoes ive had in a number of years, now i have a pair of NewBalance and theyre going great.The upcoming new pair though, god knows what im going to go for this time.
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Postby runner » Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:20 pm

I'm not brand loyal at all, although I have had a nike and asics periode.

was not happy with mizuno and sacauny (both did not last long). sacouny 4,5 months.. I think a shoe should last 6 or 7 months with my trainings.
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Postby chriss » Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:43 pm

[quote="runner"]I'm not brand loyal at all, although I have had a nike and asics periode.

was not happy with mizuno and sacauny (both did not last long). sacouny 4,5 months.. I think a shoe should last 6 or 7 months with my trainings.


I was always a Sacauny man, but the inside broke down causing blisters which was rubbish as I liked the fit. I now have my first pair of Mizuno so will be keen to see how well they last. The fit is as good, but is a lower profile shoe so I feel more planted now.
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Postby crapiecorn » Thu Dec 24, 2009 11:21 pm

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Postby runrevolt » Fri Dec 25, 2009 12:45 am

Crapiecorn, - not to rain on your parade, but are those Sinisters new? Cause I bought a pair and they were by far the worst pair of shoes I've ever owned. They hurt to run in and even just to walk in. I talked to the running stores and they all said they sent them all back after getting too many complaints. But hey, if they work for you, then good.
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Postby crapiecorn » Fri Dec 25, 2009 9:05 am

[quote="runrevolt"]Crapiecorn, - not to rain on your parade, but are those Sinisters new?

Pretty new (I cleaned them for the picture :-)). I don't have any complaints about them, but I'm more of a fore foot runner so i don't mind the minimal cushioning.
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