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I was shopping at Dick's Sporting Goods the other day looking for a new pair of sneakers. With all the different brand names and styles it's getting more and more difficult to select the right ones. In speaking with the salesman about recommendations he told me about a new line that just came out on Friday. I was familiar with the brand name Under Armour but not as a sneaker. I liked the style, found them very comfortable, perhaps the most comfortable sneakers I've every worn, and decided to purchase them. Has anyone else tried them?

 

http://www.underarmour.com/shop/footwear?cid=dc_secid&gclid=CP_g7PnYkZMCFQpMGgodRQGWfg

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New Balance has, I think, developed a great reputation since they were the hip thing to have about 30 or so years ago....

 

Saucony is my current choice....

 

once you find a brand that works for you, stick with it....shoe makers, I've been told, use the same basic form (the "last"??) for all their shoes, so a new pair of your favorite brand should work out....

 

used to like good ol' Converse Chuck Taylors, but Converse was sold and now it just isn't the same.....

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I have flat feet thanks to my dad and that side of the family so anything that doesn't have any arch support or as little as possible works best for me. Right now for the day job I wear Steve Maddens and running around and scooting I wear either my black and white Pumas or black and white velcro Lacoste shoes. Both of these shoes have no arch which makes them a very comfy wear. Dress shoes for me are a very hard find and so far the only brand that I've found that fit right on my feet and don't kill them are just about any dress shoe from Kenneth Cole.

 

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I have to wear shoes with little or no arch supports too. my arches fell due to the long hikes during my army days. i have to wear custom made suports in my shoes that cost 3 to 4 times the price of most shoes..

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