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post #376 of 383

I did a search an nobody else posted a pair of Five Tens, so I will :)    The mountain bike I ride is made by Orange, and the color is...orange.  So I had to get these!

 

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post #377 of 383
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Originally Posted by dc-k View Post
 

The great thing is that they weigh next to nothing...

 

Here are my Seeya, used for the gym only but weigh in at a mere 8oz (226g), no need for socks and machine washable...

 

*Shudders*

post #378 of 383
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Originally Posted by ThickGlasses View Post
 

*Shudders*

they also glow in the dark...

post #379 of 383
Some of my older sneakers:






post #380 of 383

Hi,

 

Does anyone have some experience with Timberland shoes?
I'm eying with the Bradstreet model, but it seems to be a bit pricey for my liking at ~$150. Can it worth it?

post #381 of 383

Bought a pair of Salomon's for the first time. Have had the idea of buying this type of shoe for a while but it was still a leap for some reason. Love the hybrid hike/casual flavour. This is the Salomon Eskape Aero.

 

 

Edit: well that didn't work out. Returned them for looking unexpectedly Nike when worn. Also pretty tight fit at my size 9/42.


Edited by moriez - 6/6/14 at 2:28am
post #382 of 383

I love shoes. I'm a huge fan of Vans Old Skool. I usually wear them in the summer and once the fall comes in I switch over to my 1460 Dr. Martens. The docs are easily the comfiest shoes I have ever own.  

post #383 of 383

I can't post pictures yet, but I do like my neon yellow with reflective panels Nike Fingertrap Max shoes!  Perfect for Jazzercise! :D

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