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AZO Tutorial - Shoe buying guide

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Published on Jul 25, 2009

My third tutorial video. This one is more of an informative video than a tutorial. I get tons of comments and messages about what kind of shoes I wear. So I decided to compile some old clips to demonstrate the shoes I wear.

Five-Ten freerunners
price: US$ 94
Main site:
www.fiveten.com
If you live in Washington State, try this store instead:
www.mountaingear.com

Feiyue martial arts shoes
price: around US$ 20
I get those from:
www.kungfudirect.com
Insoles are about US$ 10- US$ 20 in most shoe stores

Puma driving shoes
price: US$ 55
I didn't know what those shoes were for at the time.
I got those from a store in Orange County, California.
Their soles are pretty thin too. Insoles recommended.
Try visiting the puma site and look under 'motorsport' section.

Nike trail shoes
price: US$ 55
These are pretty common in most sports stores and department stores.

Globe skate shoes
price: around US$ 70
These are pretty common in most sports stores and skate shops.

Random Wal-mart shoes
price: US$ 13
I got these brandless, laceless shoes at Wal-mart.

I've tried the K-Swiss Ariakes too.
But they were at least half a size bigger than they're supposed to be.
So I returned it and tried to get a smaller size but it was all sold out.
I might try to get those again when my current five-tens wear out.
Make sure to get at least half a size smaller if you want to get them online.

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