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Old 02-05-2013, 01:06 AM   #8
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I have a suspicion he means a runner who neither lands on his heel, nor toes, somewhere in between. At first I thought he meant neither a supinator nor a pronator.

OP, in my running days they use to recommend keeping two different kinds of shoes and alternating. Maybe things have changed a lot since then. I remember the Nike Vortex being a pretty light shoe, and another even lighter one I loved which was sort of pink, possible used by some for racing.

"Epic" was a heavy horrible shoe, Nike's first 100 dollar shoe.
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