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JackRabbit has Brooks Glycerin 17 Running Shoes for $89.98 (price shown in cart). Shipping is free. Thanks TattyBear

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Know how your foot strikes when you walk or run BEFORE buying any running shoe. This is a neutral shoe and a superb one.

Intended for runners who have a higher, more stable arch that does not pronate excessively(roll inwards) or may even supinate(roll outwards). Neutral Cushioned shoes offer very little or no structure or pronation support and are generally more flexible than stability shoes. Runners who require a neutral shoe tend to notice more excessive wear on the lateral(outside) side of the soles of their running shoes. Neutral shoes can vary from lightweight and minimal cushioning to maximum levels of cushioning depending on the needs and preferences of the runner. Runners with high/stable arches tend to notice pain on the outside(lateral side) of their shins and knees and may also battle plantar fasciitis if not wearing a neutral cushioned shoe.
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Thank You! I have been waiting for these to go on sale for awhile now. Looks like in the past they never go below $80. So for $90 I bought 2. Now i can finally retire my 13s.
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Men's are all showing $120 for me.
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Men's are all showing $120 for me.
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These are the BEST running shoes Ive used in the last 4 years.

This is compared to:

Asics Gel Nimbus
Brooks Ghost (not as much cushion)
Hoka ONE ONE Clifton
Saucony ISO 2


havent tried the ultra boost, but this is more comfy than all the others.
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not a deal. every year on sale price is low 60s.
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Thanks. Missed that part of the post, but see it now.
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Know how your foot strikes when you walk or run BEFORE buying any running shoe. This is a neutral shoe and a superb one.

Intended for runners who have a higher, more stable arch that does not pronate excessively(roll inwards) or may even supinate(roll outwards). Neutral Cushioned shoes offer very little or no structure or pronation support and are generally more flexible than stability shoes. Runners who require a neutral shoe tend to notice more excessive wear on the lateral(outside) side of the soles of their running shoes. Neutral shoes can vary from lightweight and minimal cushioning to maximum levels of cushioning depending on the needs and preferences of the runner. Runners with high/stable arches tend to notice pain on the outside(lateral side) of their shins and knees and may also battle plantar fasciitis if not wearing a neutral cushioned shoe.
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Know how your foot strikes when you walk or run BEFORE buying any running shoe. This is a neutral shoe and a superb one.

Intended for runners who have a higher, more stable arch that does not pronate excessively(roll inwards) or may even supinate(roll outwards). Neutral Cushioned shoes offer very little or no structure or pronation support and are generally more flexible than stability shoes. Runners who require a neutral shoe tend to notice more excessive wear on the lateral(outside) side of the soles of their running shoes. Neutral shoes can vary from lightweight and minimal cushioning to maximum levels of cushioning depending on the needs and preferences of the runner. Runners with high/stable arches tend to notice pain on the outside(lateral side) of their shins and knees and may also battle plantar fasciitis if not wearing a neutral cushioned shoe.
You described my foot lol my knees hurt bad and the outside of my foot hurt as well also because I have a wide foot this shoe wood be good for me right?
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You described my foot lol my knees hurt bad and the outside of my foot hurt as well also because I have a wide foot this shoe wood be good for me right?
There's a lot of reasons you can have foot and knee pain. But certainly running in a deteriorated shoe (300-500 miles max is typically recommended ) or the wrong type of shoe for your stride would do it. I recommend you go to your local running store (if you can find an open one) and have them analyze the wear pattern on your current shoes. Good luck to you.
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There's a lot of reasons you can have foot and knee pain. But certainly running in a deteriorated shoe (300-500 miles max is typically recommended ) or the wrong type of shoe for your stride would do it. I recommend you go to your local running store (if you can find an open one) and have them analyze the wear pattern on your current shoes. Good luck to you.
I already know my food I have a high arch and i tend to supinate as the outward of my shoe always rips I have a pinky hammer toes as well it doesn't touch the floor what advice can u give
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I already know my food I have a high arch and i tend to supinate as the outward of my shoe always rips I have a pinky hammer toes as well it doesn't touch the floor what advice can u give
I would try these. If you've never owned a pair of brooks it'll be a revelation.
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I would try these. If you've never owned a pair of brooks it'll be a revelation.
Also be aware they are not available in wide it appears
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