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Are you a TJ Maxx gal, too? We could totally do a shopping trip...like, OMG!
And I can never have enough short-sleeved white technical shirts for the warmer weather. Ooooh, and can can you make some cheapknockoff running socks?
BTW, I think RoadRunner sports already has their own (generic) brand of socks, shirts, etc, but they aren't that much cheaper than name-brand stuff. Has anyone ever tried their clothes? Are they descent quality? Is there any reason that they aren't cheaper or are they just trying to make a lot of money?
Just be careful with your credit card.
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You could just sell some heat-transfer RA logos and we can all put them on our fave tech stuff we've already got. I'm more than willing to buy some and slap them on my running duds!
Hi Eric :
I am not in marketing, but "cheap"and "knockoff" have negative connations to me.
I am very interested "inexpensive" "high-quality" running gear, and for me, "high-quality" means it looks good and is comfortable, for a long time.
You should go for it. Through this site, you've got a lot of admirers (i.e. potential customers). I think you would do real well.
The cheap knock bit was a bad attempt at poking fun at myself. Botched joke anyone?
I talked with my mother the other day, and she said it's very doable. The hardest part I suspect is to finding the exact material. I own a ton of running clothes, and they're made of different kinds of technical material. Once we find the material that I like, everything else should be simple.