Dress for where you want to end up.
In the gutter in my case...
We got you bro
Still better than Corny's...
gravel adventure bike thread >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Just ordered the new gore Tex AF1s, colleague at work is sponsored by Nike so got them free using his budget!
White and black looked good but like the military vibe of green
"No. You can't wear those"
Were you in my house???
What's the best glue for bonding trainers to sole?
I think I have some.
McNett Freesole no question
I know this is mainly a style/fashion thread, but thought it could be a good place to ask.
I've got a bad knee and leg at the moment so have to wear comfortable shoes. Currently I'm wearing my Brooks running shoes.
Does anyone have any suggestions for decent looking trainers that are comfortable and supportive? Ideally discreate that can go with work smart-casual clothes?
The sole/toe wrap around on my new balance has come unstuck. The sole is translucent, is there an invisible glue I should use?
I got some of this but it’s the Aquasure SR+. The label and instructions are for neoprene. Is this the same stuff or is there another I can’t find anywhere?
Requested these fo Crimbo.
My first forray into the presto shape...
Got a pair of these
Navy or black NB 990v5s? Comfiest of all time. Well, v4s were. And I’ve read v5s are even comfier. Come in all the widths too.
^ Terrible Dad shoe
I think that wearing trainers for work smart casual means things like Common Projects or similar. Or as you're doing go full running trainer rather than some sort of halfway house, the all black Hoka one one bondi 6 would probably be my go to.
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