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Love these, bought a couple of aztrek for men.
FYI, all aztrek doubles on sale here are "mix trail", and for women.
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100% the Pontiac Aztec was the inspiration for the design
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Not sure how to post a deal, but so I'll drop it in the comments sections of another Reebok deal. from now until the end of April you can get 50% off your order at Reebok.com with promo code at checkout: PE50

A buddy of mine who works at Reebok in Boston let me know the promotion is live and I haven't seen it anywhere on SD yet. Hope this helps anyone~
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Women's colorways are more fun. But got one of the men's that's left. Thanks op!
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Was cheaper on amazon. Bought the teal for 23$ 2 weeks ago. I believe the brown is in the $20 range still. Obviously size dependent
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Was cheaper on amazon. Bought the teal for 23$ 2 weeks ago. I believe the brown is in the $20 range still. Obviously size dependent
bought brown women's size 9 for $26 today. $28 with tax
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Beautiful specimens
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Largest men's size I saw was 9 after spot checking about 6 different styles.
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Love these, bought a couple of aztrek for men.
FYI, all aztrek doubles on sale here are "mix trail", and for women.
Don't you mean, "trail mix"?
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Cushioned running shoes RAISE the risk of foot injury and leg pain, claim scientists. Wearing cushioned running shoes may actually raise the risk of foot injury and leg pain, according to new research. Scientists say that the trainers put more stress on bones, muscles and joints rather than less.…Anyone who runs or spectates at races has probably noticed that stacked, generously cushioned running shoes have become almost ubiquitous. But running in those thickly cushioned shoes could affect a runner's form in sometimes surprising ways, according to a series of new studies of maximalist running shoes and recreational athletes.
The studies, among the first to examine the biomechanics of ordinary runners wearing super-cushy shoes, find that some of them pound harder and pronate more than in standard shoes. The results have implications for runners' comfort, injury risks and perhaps for our thinking about whether the increasingly popular fat-soled models are right...Comparing their form, the researchers noted that the women almost uniformly landed harder in the maximalist shoes than the neutral pair and pronated more — meaning that their ankles rolled inward slightly — when they pushed off...Those changes in running form could be expected to increase the risk of running injuries...Striking the ground with you heel is like someone hitting your heel with a hammer with up to three times your body weight, said the Harvard University researchers.
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Can I use these to play tennis on hard court?
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Can I use these to play tennis on hard court?
They aren't tennis shoes, but I don't see why not.
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Can I use these to play tennis on hard court?
You can technically play in anything. However, tennis shoes are made specifically for tennis. The soles and cushion are completely different from running shoes.
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Cushioned running shoes RAISE the risk of foot injury and leg pain, claim scientists. Wearing cushioned running shoes may actually raise the risk of foot injury and leg pain, according to new research. Scientists say that the trainers put more stress on bones, muscles and joints rather than less.…Anyone who runs or spectates at races has probably noticed that stacked, generously cushioned running shoes have become almost ubiquitous. But running in those thickly cushioned shoes could affect a runner's form in sometimes surprising ways, according to a series of new studies of maximalist running shoes and recreational athletes.
The studies, among the first to examine the biomechanics of ordinary runners wearing super-cushy shoes, find that some of them pound harder and pronate more than in standard shoes. The results have implications for runners' comfort, injury risks and perhaps for our thinking about whether the increasingly popular fat-soled models are right...Comparing their form, the researchers noted that the women almost uniformly landed harder in the maximalist shoes than the neutral pair and pronated more — meaning that their ankles rolled inward slightly — when they pushed off...Those changes in running form could be expected to increase the risk of running injuries...Striking the ground with you heel is like someone hitting your heel with a hammer with up to three times your body weight, said the Harvard University researchers.
Well ok Mr science, if they're so bad for you, explain the 3min Nike commercial where Usain bolt runs so fast his shoes catch on fire?!
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