After 418 miles, my Forms have reached the end of the road. I have worn holes almost completely through the outer edges of both shoes. At this point, experience tells me I will ruin a good pair of socks trying to get one last run out of my shoes. 87 more words
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So look what arrived the other day!
They’re called OESH. Developed by Dr. Casey Kerrigan, a Harvard M.D. who spent over twenty years studying the effect of shoes on human motion and forces during walking and running, they boast to be the only shoes designed from inside out in order to minimise the negative stress and strain that footwear inflicts on a woman’s muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. 136 more words
In running lingo, the maximalist and minimalist movements are not opposing forces. Maximalism followed minimalism; you might think that maximalism is a reaction to minimalism, similar to how Stalin’s brand of state-sponsored realist art was a reaction to early 20th-century absurdist art. 299 more words