From purchase to end of product life
I'm not sure how you would know it's a novelty based on your 8 posts ?
too many words! Can't compute!
This is pretty dull though, isn't it? Guy buys Vibrams, guy buys some socks, guy wears them around house, guy goes to the gym in them and desn't like it, guy wears them around the house again without injury, guy buys some more socks...
Can we at least fast-forward to the bit where you run 10miles in them and you get a nasty tendon injury?
Keep going Howard. I'd be interested to hear where if anywhere you develop blisters. I started getting them under all the toes except the big one.
I'm still gob smacked that having paid a fortune for "fancy footware" he has spent £20 on 2 pairs of fancier socks !!!
For a tenner a pair I'd expect my socks to go out training themselves
Tenner a pair.. They're not just socks they must be M&S socks !!!
We read the thread for amusement and to see what the adverts have suckered people into now
loving the term 'trolls' HowardS
i dont know many people who cannot afford the socks but may choose not to buy them.
looking more like a blog of your day to day routine, your telling us too early in the stage like the ally said, why not leave it for a few weeks so you can tell us of the experience after running in them
Brooks Beast. Now there's a shoe.
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