socks or no socks?

socks or no socks?

Post by rei » Tue, 21 Aug 2001 02:05:37


input is appreciated. thanks in advance.
 
 
 

socks or no socks?

Post by Joseph Meeha » Tue, 21 Aug 2001 06:05:04

    It is a matter of personal choice.

--
Dia 's Muire duit

Joe M

 
 
 

socks or no socks?

Post by Embee » Tue, 21 Aug 2001 07:03:22

imho it's also a cultural thing. for some women wearing socks is a dork thing
to do, I for one would rather have sore shins.

 
 
 

socks or no socks?

Post by BobMa » Tue, 21 Aug 2001 07:44:10

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> input is appreciated. thanks in advance.

Rei, I haven't told this one in a while, so..

They used to say you could get a baboon through medical
school, if you could teach it to look wise and say, "That
depends."

I used to run without sock. Lately I find that too many
shoes have rough seams on the inside, and my orthotics are
really uncomfortable without socks.

Whatever works better for you is right.

BobMac

 
 
 

socks or no socks?

Post by amh » Tue, 21 Aug 2001 08:25:23

I can't run more than 3 miles without them. Feels like I have concrete
liners on my shoes.

Andy

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> input is appreciated. thanks in advance.

 
 
 

socks or no socks?

Post by Brad » Tue, 21 Aug 2001 10:39:16

I find it depends on the shoe.  I prefer to run w/out socks, but certain
shoes will cause my feet to bleed, others will feel great!


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socks or no socks?

Post by mario gentoliz » Tue, 21 Aug 2001 13:29:52

4 me ,,,,,sox  all the way  ,,, i have a stinky ol pair (holes 4 air
condition) looking 4 a new owner ,,, it has seen me though many a mile
,,,, it could do the same;>))
plodzilla
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> input is appreciated. thanks in advance.

 
 
 

socks or no socks?

Post by Who wants to know » Wed, 22 Aug 2001 04:29:54

If I'm wearing my trainers I wear socks.  In spikes I would sometimes go
sockless.  For cross country I would sometimes run sockless if the ground
was wet.  In track I would go sockless sometimes just because if felt cool.

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> input is appreciated. thanks in advance.