Nope, I just have the one pair at a time (cant afford to dole out that much more at one time).
I definitely have days that my shoes get soaked when I am running, but I do find that if I take them out of my gym bag and leave them over night they are usually pretty dry by the morning. (in the winter I put them in fron tof the fireplace).
But there are definitely days as well where I put them on the next day and they are a bit wet inside, so I suck it up and run in them anyway.
I have multiple pairs.
I wear my newest pair outside until I hit 150 miles. Then that pair goes to my treadmill until around 300 miles (I try to get to at least 325). Then they get saved in my closet until we go on a trip where I take them for my runs and then toss them.
Sometimes if it rains, I'll use my treadmill shoes while my new shoes dry out. But usually I end up on the treadmill when it rains.
Right now I have 2 unused pairs on deck.
Yep, I'm a shoe person!
Bring it on.
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Last Race: Guilford Race To End Domestic Abuse 5k Race October 2, 2011
Currently Injured: Patellofemoral Syndrome September 11, 2011 to Today
When I was running with shoes, I usually had one main pair that I ran in all the time. I had a closet full of older shoes that I could wear in case of "emergency" because I have a hard time throwing shoes out even if I knew they were hurting my feet/knees/hips.
Running barefoot through puddles is lots of fun.
Roads were made for journeys...
I have 3-4 pair.
I can either buy one pair at a time or I can buy multiple pairs but have each individual pair last longer, so I spend the same amount of money over time. I like mixing up my shoes.
And running barefoot through puddles is lots of fun.
I'm running somewhere tomorrow. It's going to be beautiful. I can't wait.
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