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Bought two pairs of shoes in the past few days. 

 

Ecco Biom Lite for walking around the city:

 

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and a pair of Adidas Supernova Glide for running:

 

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Feeling blue so...

 

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I want to pick up this shoe, but I'm not sure if I can pull off the color. I may end up just getting it in the "natural" color.

 

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Scarpa Mojito.

 

I should have bought the Converse or Nike equivalents because they were cheaper.  However this Scarpa comes with Vibram soles. 

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Scarpa SL M3

 

My feet were tired after wearing them for 5 hours.  They probably need a few more kilometres to soften up.

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The shoe I'm currently trying to get through (I always use [not thrash] my "gear" to death, or at least try my best to), and right now I'm having a hard time with these, especially because of that Vibram outsole... The North Face -- Hedgehog

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These are for moving, basically, but nowadays all I'm doing is walking, so that's why they're still unhurt.

 

In other casual/display or "stationary" situations I use, swear by, and collect these skateshoes by Osiris (yes, more plastic..):

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And their big brothers, though a lot less "swearing by" and collecting of these

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They're really big in your feet :/, but I like the details:

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They were really popular at the time, though expensive and not so good for skateboarding.

 

 

I'm surprised to see so much Nikes, in Canada we barely got them.


Edited by devouringone3 - 7/25/12 at 8:31pm
post #337 of 380

Great thread... and while I don't have any high tops, I am a shoe-freak and have more than 30 pairs of Tod's shoes. 

post #338 of 380

Other things I'd love to wear/own, lol:

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Or ride?

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post #339 of 380
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Originally Posted by devouringone3 View Post

Other things I'd love to wear/own, lol:

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What are those?

post #340 of 380

Off-road motorcycling (motocross?) boots :P, that I don't do

post #341 of 380

I'm going to say this now, I want them. But ohmygodidon'thavethatkindofmoney.

 

When do you wear them?

post #342 of 380
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Originally Posted by devouringone3 View Post

Off-road motorcycling (motocross?) boots :P, that I don't do

 

Nope.  Those are on-road racing boots.

post #343 of 380
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Originally Posted by Taowolf51 View Post

I'm going to say this now, I want them. But ohmygodidon'thavethatkindofmoney.

 

When do you wear them?

 

Oh like I said I would love to but I don't, and probably never will, own them, lol.

 

 

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Nope.  Those are on-road racing boots.

 

Hum you're right actually.

 

Kind of like those:

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But for faster bikes! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motorcycle_boot

 

So that if your foot falls off it doesn't get sanded to the bone by the tarmac.

 

Motocross boots seems very similar and hard to tell apart though...

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I use to ride crotch rockets many moons ago and loved my Sidi Vertebra boots.

 

Anyhow, here's my thread contribution.  My knees, shins, and calves hurt like hell after the first 3 mile run. 

 

I thought about the five-toe shoes, but I have wide feet and it looked like I was wearing scuba flippers; and yes, they are damn ugly and look very strange on human feet.

 

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post #345 of 380

My new pick ups. 

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Love both of them!!

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