By Jonathan Beverly on
A history of 50 years of (mostly) fantastic footwear innovation.
The First Flats
In the beginning there were racing shoes. But they were not terribly good. ‘Very few running shoes were available, if they could be called that,’ says running-shoe collector Dave Kayser, who started running in 1966. ‘They were heavy and stiff, usually with leather or canvas uppers.’
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