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      Quote Originally Posted by chuckjordan2 View Post
      Does anyone still have their Stiga shoes from when this thread was started in 2016? I would bet not.

      I still have my XPD TT shoes from 2016 (soles are well worn though)...
      Wait, your shoes from 2016 have well worn soles? So garbage! My Stiga shoes from 2014 still have perfect soles!

      You're argument doesn't hold. It's all about perspective and what you want in your shoes. I like lightweight shoes, so I'll go for shoes that are thinner and thus will probably get worned out easier.

      It also depends how much you train, if you practice less your shoes will hold longer.

      Also, you should talk with the Fan Zhendong, and Xu Xin, and recommend them your shoes that you bought from 2016!!! Cause I've seen both of them change their shoes a lot lately. Bad quality in Mizuno and Li Ning shoes I guess...

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      Quote Originally Posted by perham View Post
      They’re all garbage. Buy an Asics Gel-Blade 5/6/... and just enjoy it for two years.
      Buy them if you don't want to feel the floor cause of really high soles, and if you want to feel clumsy cause of the weight

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      Liner 2.shoes. Much better compared than the Instinct and softer.

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      Stiga Shoe Instinct


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      Quote Originally Posted by Der_Echte View Post
      What is great about that approach is you get to do more shopping and have more fun more often and have new stuff more often...

      That is a Win Win in anyone's book.

      Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
      No a lose lose in anyone's pocket-book.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Loopadoop View Post
      No a lose lose in anyone's pocket-book.
      A huge win for the 6th mass extinction event, though.

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