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Sale Alert: Running Shoes at Endless.com

Did you know that you should replace your running sneakers every 350-550 miles? That's not a very long time if you're a regular runner. Running shoes can be pricey, especially if you're replacing them every 4 months. So when a sale comes along, I like to let you guys know about it.

Right now on Endless.com, you can save $20 on your $100 order of select running shoes including Adidas, Brooks, New Balance, and Saucony — the discount is automatically applied at checkout. The site even offers free overnight shipping, which means you'll be breaking your sneaks in tomorrow. I am digging the Brooks Ariel Running Shoe for just $86 after the discount.

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cvandoorn cvandoorn 7 years
I wish my Asics would be on sale...but actually they are already under $100. I advise anybody against buying running shoes online unless you already know what works for you (i.e. getting an analysis done at the store). My legs used to be in such bad shape the days after running when I wore my Adidas shoes. Now that I had my gait analyzed, I am pain free with my Asics!
ROSITALUVSWILL ROSITALUVSWILL 7 years
true. it's v. tempting to buy em online .. but I find even after I buy running shoes at a store & try them out on a treadmill I still find myself returning them if they're not 100 % perfect.
ROSITALUVSWILL ROSITALUVSWILL 7 years
true. it's v. tempting to buy em online .. but I find even after I buy running shoes at a store & try them out on a treadmill I still find myself returning them if they're not 100 % perfect.
TidalWave TidalWave 7 years
Too bad I can't buy running shoes without trying them on first
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