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07-27-2013, 09:53 PM
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I have some experience with running (four marathons, multiple obstacle course runs) and shoes are simple: wear what feels comfortable. All of this technology is just marketing. Best advice I can give is go to an actual running store (ie not Dick's) and try on a few pairs of shoes and run on them on a treadmill, most of these stores have there own. And specifically for obstacle course races, buy a second pair that's similar but cheaper for the race. You can really tear those shoes up in those races. Save the good pair for the heavy miles on roads and treadmills, break in the bad pair and then use them for the trail races.

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