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Gyakusou shorts are fire but what do folks wear under your running shorts. All previous 10 or so running shorts i have owned have had either a mesh like underpants built in or elasticized kinda leggings. Gyakusou does't and i don't really wanna freeball/wear normal underwear due to chafe

 

I like CW-X compression under my running shorts that do not have a lining...

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opinions on these (or buy some flyknits--if/when they are released)?

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I like CW-X compression under my running shorts that do not have a lining...

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opinions on these (or buy some flyknits--if/when they are released)?

Flyknits are released and available.
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Thread Starter 
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I've seen that CW-X brand on Eastbay catalogs I receive (yes I still get them and look through them once in a while) and are they any better than UA? The only compression clothes I have are UA and Nike and never really found a reason to change.

I do want to try Adidas' TechFit recovery compression clothes, suppose to help with minimizing soreness to muscles, not sure how effective it really is though.

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opinions on these (or buy some flyknits--if/when they are released)?

Like!

If you want to stand out more, get some FlyKnits. If you want to be less conspicuous, get those Frees.
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Those frees are really good nod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gifnod[1].gif
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I know that NIKE sizing advice is everywhere in this thread, but I couldn't find this question answered anywhere: does anyone know how the Frees fit compared to the Pegasus +28? Only NIKE shoes I've ever owned are my current running shoes, but really like the look of those Frees.
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For my golfing friends out there, just picked up these Lunar Swingtip Leather brogues. Real comfy, going to use them on the links this Friday

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While I probably won't be ordering any Edward Green golf shoes anytime soon, I still can't get into all the sneakerish golf shoes.
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While I probably won't be ordering any Edward Green golf shoes anytime soon, I still can't get into all the sneakerish golf shoes.

Some don't work, but I really like these, I also have the Adidas Samba golf shoe.
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I do not play golf but the Tigers Nike Free Golf Shoes are kind of nice.
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I do like those, as well as some of Rickie Fowlers Puma kicks. But I think the street shoes that are done well, and are subtle look the best. Some of those TW shoes can get a bit too technical, and like someone else said above, other shoes are just too plain and old man-ish.
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I don't play golf yet but when I do I will be wearing silly vests and cardigans with a poofy flat cap/ball on top, knickers and brogued golf shoes.
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I don't play golf yet but when I do I will be wearing silly vests and cardigans with a poofy flat cap/ball on top, knickers and brogued golf shoes.

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Some cheap lunarglides and frees available at running warehouse in lots of sizes and colors. Add to cart in order to show the sales price.
http://www.runningwarehouse.com/catpage-OCT12MSH.html?utm_source=mailer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=fall%2Binto%2Bsavings
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