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Academy Sports + Outdoors has BCG Men's Surge Running Shoes on sale for $9.98. Shipping is free. Thanks persian_mafia
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It's a killer deal, but you got to be careful. Cheap or poorly made shoes are terrible for your feet knees and back. I have learned to only buy well made shoes, not only do they last longer, you don't end up with aches and pains.
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For $10,85 after tax I pulled the trigger. They said it runs small so I ordered 1 size up.

And remember to use your fav. cash back site.
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For $10,85 after tax I pulled the trigger. They said it runs small so I ordered 1 size up.

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The reviews are either too small or exact fit, and not much in between.

This manufacturer probably has less tolerances compared to larger run, greater revenue manufacturers with precision machinery. It wouldn't surprise me if ordering 2 or more pair, that none of them fit exactly the same.
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Free returns if they don't fit..
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Free returns if they don't fit..
Have any direct experience with returning shipped products with them? I have mixed experience with even the most reputable merchants...
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I've never owned a pair of these myself, but I buy these shoes for my kids over the summer as shoes they can play around in and I don't care if they get messed up. They work good for that purpose and the kids never had any complaints.
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Thanks, these looks pretty decent for the price. Went up 1/2 size and have inserts if too big. I find most of these type of sneakers are pretty equivalent in quality, most being made in 3rd world countries or China. Actually have some cheaper sneakers that last longer than my Nike/Addidas/Saucony etc I have.
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It's a killer deal, but you got to be careful. Cheap or poorly made shoes are terrible for your feet knees and back. I have learned to only buy well made shoes, not only do they last longer, you don't end up with aches and pains.
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Wow. Almost 17oz.
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Oos in my size, otherwise nice deal
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I wouldn't cheap out on running shoes. IME that's a great way to get joint pain from poorly put together shoes.
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It's a killer deal, but you got to be careful. Cheap or poorly made shoes are terrible for your feet knees and back. I have learned to only buy well made shoes, not only do they last longer, you don't end up with aches and pains.
Exactly. For getting muddy in the yard these are fine. For actually running with any regularity/intensity, spend the extra $100 to take care of your body.
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Tempting, but probably zero arch support.
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