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    I finally shelled out the money for a new pair of running shoes. My old ones were all worn out, and provided no support for my stupid high arches.

    The colors remind me of Barney the Dinosaur. Oh well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I finally shelled out the money for a new pair of running shoes. My old ones were all worn out, and provided no support for my stupid high arches.

    The colors remind me of Barney the Dinosaur. Oh well.
    I'm a New Balance loyalist because they have good width selection and I'm a 12 EE.

    I used to have the 860. Eventually they wore out and a couple years ago I had to replace them. So I got the next closest thing, the 860 V3. The V3 is much more flashy with blue trim and lime highlights. Since then they have come out with the 860V4: New Balance 860v4 - Men's 860 - Running, Stability - New Balance - US - 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I finally shelled out the money for a new pair of running shoes. My old ones were all worn out, and provided no support for my stupid high arches.

    The colors remind me of Barney the Dinosaur. Oh well.
    I literally just bought those running shoes. Did you buy them at Portland Running Company in Beaverton??? I had to take mine back though because I didn't fit right when I ran in them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Showbread View Post
    I literally just bought those running shoes. Did you buy them at Portland Running Company in Beaverton??? I had to take mine back though because I didn't fit right when I ran in them.
    I totally did!! I love that place. I like that they watch how you walk, and recommend the best shoes for correcting any deviation in your gait. I over-pronate when I walk, and these shoes really keep my ankles from turning in. I walked six miles in them today, and they felt great. They're a bit heavier than I'm used to, but the extra stability more than makes up for the weight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadOctopus View Post
    I totally did!! I love that place. I like that they watch how you walk, and recommend the best shoes for correcting any deviation in your gait. I over-pronate when I walk, and these shoes really keep my ankles from turning in. I walked six miles in them today, and they felt great. They're a bit heavier than I'm used to, but the extra stability more than makes up for the weight.
    I also over pronate, and have flat feet. It pretty much sucks. I ended up returning them for a lighter pair in a bigger size. I also got orthotic inserts. They are so helpful! That's so funny that we both went there. It's totally possible we've been in the same place at the time and not known.

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