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Shoe Mileage

theeel  Aug 21st 2006 at 22:50
Dear Dave,

As a heavy runner I am always getting niggles from running - have gone to the max by getting a stress fracture!

My idea would be for a box on the running page for which shoe you use ie road/ off road/ race etc and be able to compile a mileage per pair of shoes thus you could easily see when a pair was comming to the end of its \'design life\' approx 500miles rather than they are looking a bit tatty and i think I need a new pair and why are my Physio bills going up!

maybe a box for the date of purchase? Just a thought?

the eel
The eel
5 replies
Oziem  Aug 22nd 2006 at 08:34
Yes good idea. It is already on my todo list :)

The intention is to be able to track any equipment you want. i.e. bikes/running shoes/....
"Must tri harder"
theeel  Aug 22nd 2006 at 13:13
thanks for this
The eel
connor66  Sep 8th 2006 at 08:26
Great i dea i was only thinking about this this week :-)
theeel  Jan 25th 2007 at 13:26
Dear Dave,

Has this been added yet? in the meantime can we have under \'running\' x-country and road so we can distinguish between the two types of shoes?

Just me thought

the eel
The eel
RichG  Jan 25th 2007 at 14:45
+++Philosophy Corner+++

Question of the day...

At what point do we have enough information??

I saw some guys running the Beijing Half Marathon wearing Sandals and Jeans holding a 6 foot flag in one hand - My friend saw some run under 1:45, there is talk of some running sub 1:30

I wonder if they record sandal milage?

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