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Red Wings Iron Ranger

 

Its leather is softer than Red Wings Beckman but not as glossy.  I find them quite comfortable to wear straight out of the box.  

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Originally Posted by Audio-Omega View Post

Red Wings Iron Ranger

 

Its leather is softer than Red Wings Beckman but not as glossy.  I find them quite comfortable to wear straight out of the box.  

Great choice, I tried on a pair of Iron Rangers awhile ago and was very impressed! The arch support was amazing.

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Both Iron Ranger and Beckman are wider so they provide more stability than my other shoes.  

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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.

How does it feels when walking with the five toes shoes on actually? Their design seems very interesting though I am not so sure whether I will want to be wearing them in the publicconfused_face.gif

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Clarks Desert Treks. They are so comfortable.

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Been using these Merrills indoors (hospital) and my feet feel great. Like being barefoot. The flexing under the toes gives the freedom to push off like barefoot walking, no stiff sole that won't bend.




Edited by Happy Camper - 4/27/13 at 2:21pm
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Reebok Classic Leather Vintage 2012 - Super comfy!

Looking forward to get almost the same model but in the other color:

 

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Adidas Terrex Fast R

 

The rubber of the soles is by Continental (tyre maker) and they have more grip on wet surface.


Edited by Audio-Omega - 4/25/13 at 8:38am
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I only own about 5 pairs and barely wear 2 of them.

Puma Ferrari Shoes, LaCoste Protect Evo, Spring (the store) work shoes, dress shoes (cant remember the brand name) and a pair of steel toed boots (cant remember the brand for these ones as well).
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I don't have but 2 pairs of shoes, a cheap pair of Saucony for tennis (Were my everyday shoes), and got a pair of Know Obstacles Gen 2s for Freerunning/everyday use. wink.gif
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My KO GEN2s. <3
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Say what you want, I love them. 

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Say what you want, I love them. 
I want a pair, seem good for tricking and precision jumping... How's the grip?
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I want a pair, seem good for tricking and precision jumping... How's the grip?

I don't do any of that parkour stuff... I would crack my skull. I wear them for a half marathon I did last month, and they did great. I also use them for longboarding, the reason why I originally bought them.
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I don't do any of that parkour stuff... I would crack my skull. I wear them for a half marathon I did last month, and they did great. I also use them for longboarding, the reason why I originally bought them.
I know, I was just wondering how good the grip is. wink.gif
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