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Why dont you use SALE60? shoe comes put to $25.99 each and you only have to buy one instrad of two.
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https://runrepeat.com/ranking/ran...kout-shoes

Not the Les Mills but the Flexagons appear to be middle to low end of that pack according to these reviews.

Seems well worth the $26 tho if you're not picky, but if real quality lshoes are important to you then better off spending more. I'm a little past 35 years old with some knee pain here and there so tend not to take risks with my feet and legs (eg stability, repetitive stress injuries, etc) and so shell out the money when it comes to shoes. Avoiding chronic pain and doctor visits outweigh saving $50-$100 for me.

That said, if I was 25 years old again I'd be in for a pair or two! Wink
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Yeah, my sadistic parents tortured me through youth sports. Some of us farked up 30 somethings played with this thing called outside. It was popular before the reality tv or watching others do physical activity or play with toys, from the comfort of your couch. Kinda like YouTube ya know?

Thanks for posting, been searching for some old man shoes. These might not have the cushion I need for pushing.
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use code SALE .... 50% off need to buy 2...
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Why dont you use SALE60? shoe comes put to $25.99 each and you only have to buy one instrad of two.
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Why dont you use SALE60? shoe comes put to $25.99 each and you only have to buy one instrad of two.
I used that shoe as an example, but there are other Les Mills styles where code LESMILLS applies. But you're right on the one shoe for $26. Thanks!
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Are these shoes good? Looks like Nike
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Has anyone used these for actual training? I'm pretty picky when it comes to my running and training shoes. All the brands seem to tack on "running" or "training" to the description of their shoes and they end up being just for style
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Thanks ordered 3 pairs with Sale60
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Got a pair for my son. Thanks.
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https://runrepeat.com/ranking/ran...kout-shoes

Not the Les Mills but the Flexagons appear to be middle to low end of that pack according to these reviews.

Seems well worth the $26 tho if you're not picky, but if real quality lshoes are important to you then better off spending more. I'm a little past 35 years old with some knee pain here and there so tend not to take risks with my feet and legs (eg stability, repetitive stress injuries, etc) and so shell out the money when it comes to shoes. Avoiding chronic pain and doctor visits outweigh saving $50-$100 for me.

That said, if I was 25 years old again I'd be in for a pair or two! Wink
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https://runrepeat.com/ranking/ran...kout-shoes

Not the Les Mills but the Flexagons appear to be middle to low end of that pack according to these reviews.

Seems well worth the $26 tho if you're not picky, but if real quality lshoes are important to you then better off spending more. I'm a little past 35 years old with some knee pain here and there so tend not to take risks with my feet and legs (eg stability, repetitive stress injuries, etc) and so shell out the money when it comes to shoes. Avoiding chronic pain and doctor visits outweigh saving $50-$100 for me.

That said, if I was 25 years old again I'd be in for a pair or two! Wink
Exactly this. Glad I'm not the only half broken human in his mid to late 30s.
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these are basically sneaker style house slippers - avoid.
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these are basically sneaker style house slippers - avoid.
and so are most beloved NIKEEEE shoes
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and so are most beloved NIKEEEE shoes
Most of my $80+ nikes go bad sooner than my $40- pumas. I dont buy nike anymore. They where great but I feel like quality on most of their shoes has gone down. They want them to go bad because they know people will just buy a new pair.
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