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Retirement home for trainers

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25 Jan
3:09pm, 25 Jan 2021
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Oscar the Grouch
Me too, Minardi. I am particularly hard on the heels. I once shredded a pair of Skechers Ultra... on an ultra. Tough day out that and the trainers were rejected and Skechers, despite being like slippers - in every sense come to think of it - have not been revisited.
25 Jan
3:21pm, 25 Jan 2021
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faithfulred
The milage on my last few pairs has been:
Wave Shadow 3 - 1523 miles

Wave Shadow - 1415
Wave Sayonara 3 - 709
Wave Precision 13 - 1021

These are all relatively lightweight shoes, so that might help with longevity.
25 Jan
3:27pm, 25 Jan 2021
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Velociraptor
I feel SO much better about my trainer collection now. It's tiny in comparison with most of those declared so far.

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I just retired a pair of trainers - mine last about 400 miles if I am lucky. It seems that since I s...

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