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Walking Shoes



asics gel venture 3 walking shoes for women???
i just bought a pair and wore them thru only half of my walk today, and had to switch back to my old NB
mabye cause they are so new and not broken in yet, anyone have a pair, or can recommend another great walking shoe??

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so far, what little i have had them, i like the color, texture and style, but the gel, i havent seen much action from the cushioning its supposed to offer, time will tell,
please share if you own a pair.

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    Val, the proper shoe for your foot is important. First, you need to know how you walk, and whether you pronate or supinate, have a high arch, narrow heel, etc. Depending on your foot, different types (not necessarily brands) of shoes are appropriate. (i.e. Motion control, stability for pronation) Most good sporting goods stores can help you with this, some even have the shoes marked for type.
    - by LIVE2EAT2LIVE
  • I also love the shoes that Avon has. - by CAM2438
    These are not for everyone, but I use MBT walking shoes.

    This is an "unbalanced" shoe that rocks you back and forth and from side to side. You are constantly correcting when you stand still which strengthens legs and core and burns calories.

    When you walk in them, they seem to propel you forward.

    they are also rather heavy, which I like as I believe I will burn even more calories.

    Very expensive, and very long lasting. The shoe comes in all types, and I wear their boots, shoes for work, etc.

    They have a website. You can get them in Canada from Walking on a Cloud, I do not know about US retail. - by GUITARWOMAN
  • Avon sells shoes by Curves and I love them and haven't bought a pair since. - by ZIMZUMPOGOTWIG

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