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Originally Posted by JubeiSpiegel View Post

Things get very subjective when people start talking about shoe quality and price, or even comparing which is "better". You set yourself up to receive relative answer, based on each individual's education or experience on the subject. That is why i would encourage you to educate yourself on the shoe threads of substance on this forum. Then apply that knowledge by taking every opportunity going forward to check any shoe brand/type of interest, so you can build experience.

The prudent question right now is how interested are you to learn? If you don't feel you can put in the work, you will be left to rely on subjective advice. Which is ok, a lot of people on here do. Just realize that there is no clear answer, unless you seek out those answers for yourself...


So zen @JubeiSpiegel  :worship:

and very true