Cheapest Designer Shoes We Could Get!


Today, we’re going to be talking about the cheapest designer shoes. We have shoes from Off-White, Louis Vuitton, Balenciaga, Gucci, Dior, and Rhude. I know this might sound dumb because these brands are really expensive, but if you’re persistent, you’re always going to be able to find some pretty good deals. Without further ado, let’s …

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Golden Goose Size Chart & Size Guide


In today’s article, we have for you the Golden Goose size chart for men and women. Not only that, we’re going to give the floor to our reviewers to tell you whether their Golden Goose shoes fit small, big, or true to size. So, we’re going to talk about: Super Star Pure Star Mid Star …

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Most Comfortable Nike Shoes – Soft, Cushiony, Comfortable


Today, we’re going to be reviewing two of the most comfortable Nike shoes of 2021 and 2022. I’m going to tell you, according to my experience, whether these two sneakers are actually as comfortable, more comfortable, or less comfortable than their previous iterations. Not only that, I’m going to talk about their uppers, midsoles, outsoles, …

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Brooks Size Charts – Men, Women, All Gender


In today’s article, we have the Brooks size chart for women, men, and all gender. Then later in the article, we’re going to review Brooks’ budget shoe, the Brooks Launch 9. Excited enough, let’s dive right into it… Related: Do Brooks Run Small, Big, or True To Size Brooks Size Chart Brooks Women’s Size Chart …

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Hoka Size Charts – Men and Women


This is the Hoka size chart for men and women. Right after the size charts, we’re going to review Hoka One One shoes and discuss the technology Hoka uses in their shoes. Let’s dive right into it… If you’re wondering how Hoka shoe size, we’ve got an article talking about whether Hokas run big, small, …

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Mizuno Shoe Size Chart


This is the Mizuno shoe size chart for men, women, and youth. Originating out in Japan, Mizuno is still sticking to that Japanese philosophy saying “if it’s not broke, don’t change it.” So, if you are someone who wants to wear the same shoe in ten years’ time, chances are Mizuno is going to be …

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Do Mizuno Shoes Run Small, Big, or True To Size?


Do Mizuno shoes run small, big, or true to size? Now that everybody’s ordering their favorite running shoes online because of the more size and color options you get, it is really wise to know how your favorite Mizuno shoes fit before you hit the buy button. But, do all Mizuno shoes fit the same? …

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Mizuno Wave Rider 24 vs 25 – A New Identity


In today’s comparison, we’re going to be comparing the Mizuno Wave Rider 24 vs 25. The Wave Rider 25 may look a bit similar to the Wave Rider 24, but it is a very different shoe. The midsole is totally different, the ride is totally different, the fit is different, and the upper has been …

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What is a Neutral Running Shoe?


Today, we’re going to be answering a common question among runners, “What is a neutral running shoe?” When trying to buy a new pair of running shoes, one question often leads to another. You start by asking yourself “Am I a neutral or stability runner?” only to realize that you actually do not fully understand …

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Saucony Triumph vs Brooks Glycerin


In today’s article, I’m going to be comparing two max cushion daily trainers. It’s the Saucony Triumph vs Brooks Glycerin. This is a head-to-head comparison of two very similar shoes, the Saucony Triumph 19 and the Brooks Glycerin 19. So how do you know which one to buy? If you’re looking at both of these …

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225 Best Motivational Workout Quotes From The Champs


Let’s face it: There are times when you find yourself struggling to find the energy to jump out of the bed and hit the gym. Sometimes, all it takes are a few magic words to get the wheel rolling. We’ve compiled a list of 225 inspirational and motivational workout quotes with images to give you …

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25 Tips & Tricks on How To Get Better At Running Long Distances


In today’s post, we’re going to talk about how to get better at running long distances. Whether you’re a beginner runner or someone who’s been running for years, eventually you’ll want to start running longer distances. The trouble is, running long distances can be really tough – especially if you’re not used to it! In …

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How To Prevent A Side Stitch When Running


In today’s post, we’re going to be talking about how to prevent a side stitch when running. I’m sure at some point you’ll have experienced a side stitch in your running career. You’re running. You’re in the last quarter of the marathon. But then, suddenly, you feel a sharp pain in your side. It seems …

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