How many pairs?

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Dec 2013
10:35am, 31 Dec 2013
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I did eventually manage to sell on or give away my little stash of Nike Percepts in size 5.5 :) And stockpiling Nike Vaporflys when they were discontinued was a great decision - I managed to get four pairs in my size, and I get about 1500 miles out of a pair and they're still my favourite running shoe ever. I tend to keep them for racing and wear Inov8 F-Lite 230s for training. And you don't want to know how many pairs of *those* I bought recently when a couple of colourways were discontinued and sold for half price ;)

I will never, ever need another running shoe. It's liberating not to have to shop for shoes, but a bit gutting when I click on the websites out of curiosity and see all the new pretties and think, "No point, I'll never wear them."

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If you really like an old model shoe how many pairs should you have before they disappear completely...

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