i am in need of new shoes as the arch supports in mine are all but gone ..<br><br><br><br>
i have never heard of this brand before today .. <a href="http://tinyurl.com/oy4n5" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/oy4n5</a> ..
i have customized nike running shoes. They have over 200 miles on them so i think im going back to the running store and getting the same exact pair. Have you tried going to a running store where they look at your feet, watch you run, and then give you customized shoes? It really helps me and allows me to run and exercise better
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i looked and found one of those custom shoe stores in portland .. considering all my issues it might be a good idea to try out .. hopefully the prices won't be too expensive .. don't want my husband to have a heart attack LOL
Adidas is the only brand I can wear anymore. I have a lot of trouble with plantar fascitis and other brands seem to cause my arch to hurt more. I just bought a pair of Adidas Ozweego Classics in Silver/Spark/White. The Spark is yellow. I like them a lot.
I always get New Balance. I've had plantar fascitis and so I need excellent arch support, which many of their models have. Most are also vegan (if that matters to you), and come in wide widths (I wear a size 5 wide which is hard to find in other brands). I usually get them from this discount website: joesnewbalanceoutlet.com
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