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fzrkev

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New old turf shoes
« on: November 20, 2019, 10:09:53 PM »

Calling all shop owners with dusty store rooms!! My old Adidas twenty2yds AR14's have died. I need to replace them, but everything ive tried on hurt my left foot, which has a bit of a dodgy arch. There aren't by any miracle any of these in a 9 floating about unloved or unsold?  :D
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Re: New old turf shoes
« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2019, 10:26:31 PM »

Calling all shop owners with dusty store rooms!! My old Adidas twenty2yds AR14's have died. I need to replace them, but everything ive tried on hurt my left foot, which has a big of a dodgy arch. There aren't by any miracle any of these in a 9 floating about unloved or unsold?  :D
you could always try an orthotic insole as there are sports versions too? You might need to remove the standard insole or go up a part size though, as thats what i do.
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Re: New old turf shoes
« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2019, 10:44:51 PM »

True, but I did try putting the insole that's in them into other shoes and they still feel uncomfortable. Seems the AR's are quite flat inside. I've also had to revert to my old Adidas Howzat spikes as the Puma's I bought last year now hurt, even with a flat insole. 😭
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