Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by beginner, Jun 4, 2006.
what about skecchers?does really make a difference?
You'll get a 100 reasons on here as to why you should wear *this shoe*, or *that shoe*. I see from your posts you are, as your name suggests, a beginner. Once you master some of the basics, running will become a bigger part of your game you'll probably find a tennis-shoe, or even a cross-training style shoe, will possibly be better for you, both for your game and for your fitness & safety.
For now - as a beginner - if you're comfortable in your current shoes & they're not hurting you, then you should be ok. As soon as you feel you're moving past being a beginner, off to the shoe shop you should head!
Yeeeaah, what he said ^
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