Friday, February 29, 2008

Oh, MY~!

You know I want them.

Gawd help me, but I do.



  1. there is something wrong with me...I want them too.

  2. Those would so work with your Injinjis..... you must get them.

    I must admit, I wouldn't mind a pair for myself. I have a thing for quirly weird shoes. Plus, Mikey would totaly HATE them, making it even more fun to wear.

  3. I don't know if I WANT them, but I want to know how they I just want to try them on.

    A bit pricey tho.

    Apres Tri wear?

  4. so I've been subbing since Sept. hoping to land a full-time job. Uh huh, except I've already decided I want NOTHING to do with the public schools around here. Probably anywhere. I don't know how you do it.....

  5. Yep!

    The trick here is finding a "local" dealer, since I want to try them on first. The closest is 100 miles away.

  6. I'm not sure how much more $$ they are than the NM368 or brookes adrenylin that I already wear. I'm curious, though, as to how they would be on trail ultras. :-)

  7. Oooo! The Sprint one is recommended for Pose Method running. Now I want a pair, too. And yet, they're so... weird-lookin'...

  8. Off topic here, but related to a post you did prior. Which one will be obvious. I thought you might enjoy this post from a pro:

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  10. Ok I totally love toe socks now they have toe shoes! Too Cool.

  11. First one to get a pair MUST provide a complete product report ! :-)

    If they are as comfortable as the I-socks then they must be awesome

  12. Anonymous7:09 PM

    Oh my.


  13. I absolutely love my Sprints. The completely kicked my butt when it came to running using "bad form". The moment you land wrong, you know it and your body learns FAST.

    I got them at the end of last year and have been doing all my indoor training with them. I've found they are too snug to wear with toe socks (maybe skinny-toed people won't have that problem) so I wear them sockless. No rubbing and (if you are anti-pedal clips, like me) you can bike and run in them saving on transition time in tris. :)

    My early review is on my blog here:
    I plan on reviewing them again after my next tri in May, see if my no shoe transition plan actually worked.


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