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    TaylorBlake
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    Guys,

    I'm looking to buy some new shoes. I've had some Joola's but i don't really like em. They feel very plastic and my feet sweat like crazy.

    I've had back surgery so i'm looking for a solid shoe with good support for ankles that is still not to heavy. Also i sweat like crazy. So a lot of mesh and not to closed.

    I did some research and found:
    Mizuno wave drive 8
    Butterfly Lezoline Rifones


    Who has some experience with them? What do you guys think are the pro's and cons?


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    Wilsonnex
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    Re: new shoes

    I agree, with health problems, picking up shoes is a quest



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    clahantar
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    Re: new shoes

    For me, after a serious hip injury, its problem
    Last edited by clahantar; 01-13-2022 at 10:10 AM.



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    jakardon
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    Re: new shoes

    For me, after a serious hip injury, buying shoes also became a problem. My legs are sweating very much due to a number of hormonal problems and it was also worth considering. I turned to the adidas store and asked the consultants to help me. They advised me several options for sneakers with good breathability so that my feet don't sweat in them. Now I order these sneakers on the website https://www.forstepstyle.com/collect...ezy/boost-350/. It is very convenient to do this online, as I am sure that these sneakers are perfect for me.
    Last edited by jakardon; 01-13-2022 at 11:00 AM.



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