Running Shoes

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  1. im4cyclones

    im4cyclones Well-Known Member

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  2. Cyclonin

    Cyclonin Well-Known Member

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    Asics Lyte 33's or Saucony Kinvara 4's.

    I like a very light shoe and not a lot of side support, mostly because the ones that are heavily shaped/supported don't like my fat feet.
     
  3. QCCyclone

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    I just started running in Mizunos after 8 years of Nike. Nikes get a bad rep in the experienced runner's world, but my $80 Nikes felt better after several years of use than my $120 Mizunos do after about 3 months of use.
     
  4. enisthemenace

    enisthemenace Well-Known Member

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    Can't go wrong with what you had. Brooks are awesome. Newtons, as mentioned above, are also fantastic shoes. I have a pair of Altra Provision 1.5s and I like them a lot. Look a little funky (the least funky of the brand), but for long runs, they are very comfortable.
     
  5. superdorf

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    I'm an asics guy. I like the gel lyte 33-2 and I see the third edition is out now.
     
  6. cyclone101

    cyclone101 Well-Known Member

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    Saucony right now, they're ok. Never been a fan of Nike for anything other than a casual shoe. Paying for the name/logo as much as anything imo.
     

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