Shoe advice.

Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by velofish, Jan 6, 2013.

  1. P B G

    P B G Long timer

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    Aetrex Running shoes are the "Q-Last"

    Its a "semi-curved" into the forefoot, with a wide toe box and shank. You'd like those Finn-Comforts if you have 350 bills to drop.
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  2. troidus

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    I'm hoping that that's one of the tissues they can start growing in the lab from a cheek scraping.
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  3. velofish

    velofish Adventurer

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    You and me both, man.

    I look at those Finn Comforts PBG, but that is a hell of a chunk of change.
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  4. P B G

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    Not denying it.

    Lots of good shoes out for not much, most Orthotist just buy something from one of the diabetic shoe mfg's - if for nothing other than showing clients that depth shoes are sexy.
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  5. FXRocket

    FXRocket Phoneticide Squad

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    +1 on the Ecco, you have got to at least try a pair or three on and walk around the store.
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