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JGROTH51 Posts: 1,093
11/13/11 4:52 P

I like NB and Reebok

BUTTERFLY4411 Posts: 3,525
11/9/11 9:11 P

Thanks for your help everyone I have not lived here long but I did not see anything but Scheels in the phone book and thats a sporting store with exercise equipment and all so I can see there maybe, thanks so much!

PRINCESS1959 SparkPoints: (128,242)
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11/9/11 3:09 P

I wear New Balance

LUANN_IN_PA SparkPoints: (157,463)
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11/9/11 1:09 P

Everyone's feet are different... you need to find the shoe that is good for YOU!

TATTER3 SparkPoints: (293,108)
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11/9/11 9:28 A

I use rockers..(sketchers). They help my balance, give arch support, and are easy for me to walk in on hard surfaces. They come in a lot of styles...I even walk in the 'thong's with no problem. NOT good on non-solid surfaces though....I just go to a heavy, flat-soled shoe then...but try a few brands and see what you come up with. If you want to spend money with a guarentee...go to be fitted at a specialty store and try their recommendations...just keep Sparkin'!!!!

BUTTERFLY4411 Posts: 3,525
11/9/11 7:23 A

Does anyone know what a good tennis or walking shoe is for walking inside malls in the winter time?

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