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  • EddyTeach
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    Many thanks, group. My feet are happy.

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  • Davelli0331
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    MaxMan, good tip about pronation. My feet have normal pronation, so the Saucony's work great.

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  • MaxMan
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    i am an avid runner myself, but i think the most important thing isnt the shoes, its learning what you pronation is. I strongly advise you to go to a real running store and have them guage your pronation (its free). Then they will refer you to the best running shoe. I had this same question a couple years ago and dismissed it until i felt the effects on my knees and feet. Then i found out i was over pronated and found the right shoes. I can run for ever without feeling pain.

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  • Albert
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    +1 for Saucony. Wore them in both my Tough Mudders. Can't go wrong.

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  • Davelli0331
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    I've been running for years, and for the money, Saucony running shoes are the best all-around running shoes I've ever owned. I've owned Nike, Reeboks, and Asics, as well. The cushioning in the Sauconys is outstanding and I've found that their soles really help for the transfer from heel to toe when your foot strikes the deck. Saucony was the first and thus far only running shoe I've ever bought that actually allowed me to run farther.

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  • EddyTeach
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    Running Shoes Recommendations



    Calling forum joggers:


    I'm a fairly new jogger that needs to upgrade his shoes before his aching feet revolt. I'm a street/sidewalk runner that wants to spend less than $100.


    I'm not looking for anything flashy, just great running shoes that'll last and support.


    Anyone feel particularly strong about a certain brand? Asics? Adidas? Recs are welcome.

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