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what i bought.

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nike free run + 3 5.0 (project free run).

first and foremost let me just say i have always loathed the thick-split-pancake sole design. it looks hideous! 

so why buy these, right? well, new kicks were desperately needed for the gym so *e* and i went pursuing for some. a local running shop was having a sidewalk sale and suckers we are for small tents and rickety clothes racks. i came across these nike free run shoes and after some deep internal struggling i tried them on. my feet were instantly transported to a marshmallow cloud where my aches were massaged and caressed and suddenly i realized what all the fuss was about.

i bought them, took them home, and then came across this. pretty cool.

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  1. thanks *g*!

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