How much do you spend a year in running shops?

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The Juicer
Hey folks, Market Research moment -

How much do you spend in running shops (both in person and online) per year?
Jun 2012
5:22pm, 16 Jun 2012
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Battlecat
Probably about £200.

2-3 pairs of trainers and then maybe a pair of shorts or something a year.
Jun 2012
6:08pm, 16 Jun 2012
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southcoastclaret
About £120
Jun 2012
6:11pm, 16 Jun 2012
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WA (Windassisted)
Probably around £250. Trainers, socks, bras and clothing.
Jun 2012
6:38pm, 16 Jun 2012
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SuperDave!
About £250 typically. Some years more, over £350 this year already and its only June :-0
Jun 2012
6:43pm, 16 Jun 2012
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Bazoaxe
Rough guess:

Shoes - 5 pairs £250
Gear - £150
Gels etc £50
Expos - £100
Race Fees - £200
Massage - £500
Physio in 2011/12 - I hate to think.....

Total looks about £450 in running shops, mainly online

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