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5/9/13 11:00 A

Yes. I went to a running specialty store. I tried on a variety of shoes and my gait was analyzed in the various shoes. I was analyzed in action with a computer and with human expertise. These shoes fit me. I am not looking for shoe suggestions because I agree that the shoe fit will vary with the foot.

What I want to know is --- are these shoes durable over time in the experience of those who have been wearing them?

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5/9/13 10:45 A

Running shoes are as individual as the feet you're putting them on. Another person's experience won't necessarily translate to you because their feet are different, and have a different fit!

Have you been properly fitted for your shoes?

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5/9/13 9:57 A

New running shoes!

I tried on several. My feet were videotaped in action on a treadmill. The Brooks Glycerin 10 fit better than the others.

These shoes are replacing two pairs of Brooks Ravenna 3. I was happy in these shoes until they suddenly gave up the ghost. My legs felt heavy, my feet slapped the ground. The one week older pair have 275 miles of mostly fast walking. I know the experts say to expect them to die and need replacement at 300 - 500 miles.

I'm nervous about purchasing another pair of (expensive!!!!) Brooks. Anybody been wearing Brooks Glycerin 10 --- and are they holding up for you?

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