Originally Posted by MSSneaker
+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.