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For a limited time, get up to 50% off select sneakers -- the discount is reflected on site so no promo code is required. Check out their styles below:

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    • Just avoid buying their house brand "MEC" products and you're ok.
      Do you mean since they got bought out house brand quality has gone down? MEC brand stuff used to be some of the best value for money technical gear out there: medium level stuff for low price. Would be too bad if that’s no longer the case
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    • MEC isn't what it used to be. I've barely stopped bothering with it.
      https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/mec-ac ... -1.5723934
      Yes, MEC lost their ways and is no longer a cooperative. That being said, MEC deals on brand name products are better than ever. The old MEC had "clearance" sale but that comes very rarely, prices were ok and the products lasted a long time. The new MEC actively cuts prices to move inventory. Just avoid buying their house brand "MEC" products and you're ok.
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    • sigh nothing in wide 2e
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    • Does it have a good grip to run in winter, on mostly snow cleared curbs or with mild snow?
      I have no experience with these particular shoes but If you're looking for running shoes with great tread for slippery conditions, start with any of the Puma Nitro series running shoes (PumaGrip is the real deal) or Adidas with the Continental rubber.
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    • Does it have a good grip to run in winter, on mostly snow cleared curbs or with mild snow?
      Looking at the sole pattern, I would guess not, but I haven't tried
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    • How are these shoes for people with plantar fasciitis?
      I'd grade their arch support a 6.5/10. Fine for the average foot but not enough for flat footers, The insoles are pretty bare bone , but there is room to switch them out for one that's more substantial. I'm using an old, thicker arch boost insoles.
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    • How are these shoes for people with plantar fasciitis?
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    • Damn... Feet too small, otherwise I'd be all over this.
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    • Does it have a good grip to run in winter, on mostly snow cleared curbs or with mild snow?
      It's all relative, these don't have lugs or anything, its pretty flat rubber, but fully covered.

      I run with normal running shoes all winter, but some people like using running crampons or trail shoes with little ice spikes.
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    • Does it have a good grip to run in winter, on mostly snow cleared curbs or with mild snow?
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