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Size 41, worn a dozen times $220

pics of bottoms? what size are you in barrie?
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not mine, you can click for b&s... looks too beat imo (handful of wears really?)
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not mine, you can click for b&s... looks too beat imo (handful of wears really?)

yea, not a chance
post #1879 of 2389
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anyone know of a retailer that is selling the rust or navy/black running sneakers?

studiohomme has the rust in good sizes ... there was a 30% off code a while ago
http://www.studiohomme.com/en/produc...akers/523/6/62

never seen the navy in webshops
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studiohomme has the rust in good sizes ... there were a 30% off code a while ago http://www.studiohomme.com/en/produc...akers/523/6/62 never seen the navy in webshops
i liked those when they first came out and i almost bought a pair (at full price). i hate that color and but i guess they are better than wearing those lame ass nb's.
post #1881 of 2389
nike frees for running.
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nike frees for running.

+1

I rarely hate on money spent on SF as I spend my fair share on high end brands and think it is totally worth it, including CP. But, for someone to actually use these for running, they'd have to really be ballin'. I'm at the gym every day or out for a run and I can see no reason why I'd want to use anything other than a $100 pair of trainers like the above mentioned for such activities.

Maybe I missed the point of people wanting the CP runners and they are just going for style, or maybe they really are ballin that hard. It's not that I don't agree with spending the money, I'd just put it into another pair of CP's for casual use and buy the damn NB trainers for my run.
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post #1883 of 2389
^yup, 100%.

i have a feeling almost everybody actually buying those for 'running', only run about 1 mile a week tops. also probably have a gym membership that gets used for a couple weeks throughout the year when they 'start their new diet'.
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^yup, 100%.

i have a feeling almost everybody actually buying those for 'running', only run about 1 mile a week tops. also probably have a gym membership that gets used for a couple weeks throughout the year when they 'start their new diet'.

Serious question, does anyone on here actually use the 'runners' for running? Like, serious conditioning - at least 2-4 miles a day? I'm genuinely curious and not trying to hate despite my comments. As much as I'd like to ball on the treadmill I'm not sure I see the point.
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+1 I rarely hate on money spent on SF as I spend my fair share on high end brands and think it is totally worth it, including CP. But, for someone to actually use these for running, they'd have to really be ballin'. I'm at the gym every day or out for a run and I can see no reason why I'd want to use anything other than a $100 pair of trainers like the above mentioned for such activities. Maybe I missed the point of people wanting the CP runners and they are just going for style, or maybe they really are ballin that hard. It's not that I don't agree with spending the money, I'd just put it into another pair of CP's for casual use and buy the damn NB trainers for my run.
i dont necessarily think cps are high-end, relatively speaking. they are, however, a nice trainer for casual use and what not. i see no problem with going to the gym in any cp. running, on the other hand, requires a shoe with a little bit more support and if i were a serious runner i would buy one of the $200 pair of ugly ass asics or brook's.
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i dont necessarily think cps are high-end, relatively speaking. they are, however, a nice trainer for casual use and what not. i see no problem with going to the gym in any cp. running, on the other hand, requires a shoe with a little bit more support and if i were a serious runner i would buy one of the $200 pair of ugly ass asics or brook's.

Relative to the rest of the world, maybe not Style Forum, but reality in general, CP's are very high-end sneakers.
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post #1887 of 2389
actually, i prefer hardly any support. that's why i run in frees. and yes, cps are VERY expensive sneakers for most of the world
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Relative to the rest of the world, maybe not Style Forum, but reality in general, CP's are very high-end sneakers.
relative to mall brands, yes, i agree. cps are actually quite common. there are a ton of other trainers by cl, ysl, dh, lv, balenciaga, lanvin, etc. that i consider a high-end trainers.
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relative to mall brands, yes, i agree. cps are actually quite common. there are a ton of other trainers by cl, ysl, dh, lv, balenciaga, lanvin, etc. that i consider a high-end trainers.
Cool, point taken, but Dmash and I were asking if anyone actually "trains" in baller trainers. That includes CP's despite what you think.
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post #1890 of 2389
"serious runners" and support-shoes don't really mix
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