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    Quote Originally Posted by rayschray12 View Post
    NoBull runners and trainers...at this point i can't really wear anything else
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    Wrestling shoes

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    Shoes?

    Xero Shoes explained. They have zero drop with wide toe box. Which means you wonít cramp your toes and force them together. I used to love wearing Otomix shoes back in the day but these are so much better! All other shoes weaken your feet.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    Wrestling shoes
    I like a thin sole makes me feel more like barefoot. I'd run barefoot if it were barring foot injury and perform quite well I believe. I live near alot of national forest land and like to tear up them trails down to the river still at 40 yo

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwheeler500 View Post
    I like a thin sole makes me feel more like barefoot. I'd run barefoot if it were barring foot injury and perform quite well I believe. I live near alot of national forest land and like to tear up them trails down to the river still at 40 yo

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    I need to feel the earth, I need that flat feel. My gym won't let people use socks when doing legs. I like these over chucks. Plus you get a nice wrap of support on the ankles. They are cheap too and fit in just about every gym bag leaving plenty of space, or locker.

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    It is....using the contours on your feet to excel at running.
    They were designed for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwheeler500 View Post
    It is....using the contours on your feet to excel at running.
    They were designed for this.

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    Really? I would assume supported shoes where better yet you do have a point with how long we've been here compared to sneakers. Good point!
    I still couldn't run bare, I do walk around shopping with m wrestling shoes when I leave the gym. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    Really? I would assume supported shoes where better yet you do have a point with how long we've been here compared to sneakers. Good point!
    I still couldn't run bare, I do walk around shopping with m wrestling shoes when I leave the gym. lol
    It's just comfortable to me and yes I been doing it some years but no out of nessicety I just enjoy trekking barefoot. I guess if you don't have the taste for it it just doesn't seem...natural?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwheeler500 View Post
    It's just comfortable to me and yes I been doing it some years but no out of nessicety I just enjoy trekking barefoot. I guess if you don't have the taste for it it just doesn't seem...natural?

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    I was born and raised around the woods, I can dig it, barefoot while hunting frogs with a bow in the mud flats, for fish bait. Good times being a kid.
    I was more of a climbing a tree and sitting there for hours alone kinda guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwheeler500 View Post
    I like a thin sole makes me feel more like barefoot. I'd run barefoot if it were barring foot injury and perform quite well I believe. I live near alot of national forest land and like to tear up them trails down to the river still at 40 yo

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    Try Xero shoes itís the closest you can get to barefoot with a zero drop sole and wide toe box.


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