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Old 16th November 2007, 16:57   #106
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more update and i need a life. total of 5 puma shoes and 1 puma slip ons.

plus the rest of the usual, i think for this year am ending up with these many, adding 2 ferrari puma ones i just got from dubai...

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Old 29th November 2007, 05:02   #107
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In the Autoblog <strike>Garage</strike> Closet: Michelin MXV4 driving shoes - Autoblog
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Old 29th November 2007, 10:08   #108
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same problem i have i ask them when i enter the shop show me the shoes you have in 12.
i used to have a similar problem when i lived in england, im a size 13 uk, 14 us, now im living in america i rarely have a shoe problem, although they dont stock many pairs of size 14's i can still usually find the size i want in my first choice of shoe
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My current sneakers/workout shoes are the Adidas Bounce.
Recommended for avoiding ankle and joint pains. It WORKS!
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My current sneakers/workout shoes are the Adidas Bounce.
Recommended for avoiding ankle and joint pains. It WORKS!
how much ? are these ? 6-9k ?
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It retails at Rs.8600
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i had pair of nike shoes for last 8 years. they lasted really well. used mostly for my morning walks. now got another pair of red and white nike again for my birthday. they are worth 3500/-.

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It retails at Rs.8600
Thats almost double the US price..brother nitrous.
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It retails at Rs.8600
ouch ouch ouch... feet pain is more bearable than the burning sensation this would cause in the wallet.
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For formal shoes that are ultra comfortable, I recommend Metro Shoes in Delhi (Karol Bagh and Gurgaon). Picked up a pair of black formal shoes for 2300. As comfortable as the rear seat in an Optra.
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Old 28th August 2008, 09:55   #116
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Default Suggest me a comfortable formal shoes

Hi:
Please suggest me a very comfortable formal shoes. It should have a very flexible & cushioned sole. I joined a new company recently and in my new office I end up walking few KMs everyday. My current shoe's sole is made of leather and wood which gives pain in my foot.

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I have been using Hush Puppies for the last 6 years (not the same ones heh heh) and am very happy with them.I just got myself another pair and they are really nice and comfortable. ( I have 3 pairs of Hush Puppies right now ) Suggest you try them and see.

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Old 28th August 2008, 14:52   #118
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Old 29th August 2008, 14:41   #119
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Got a pair of Adidas Supernova Coushin 7. Really comfortable got them in black and white (not the exact color in the pic but same model)

Cost-6500

Also have a pair of all weather adidas with the drainage system so water goes out thru the pores in the sole . Really good especially during rains and summers. Lots of ventilation and dry very fast, been using it for over a year and a half and still going great.Pity they stopped the model.
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Hey !!
Puma looks a terrific brand !!
Saw a wonderful new PUMA-Ducati shoe in this months overdrive...
Whats a good place in pune to buy PUMA shoes ???? Dint see them in any of the regular malls that i hop in n out of...
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