Wanted: running shoe wear testing opportunity #running

Qualifications:

  • I run, up to 70-80 miles per week.
  • I train on treadmills as easily as roads, so if I need to log 300 miles on treadmills, I can.
  • I’m roughly a 170-lb runner with flat feet who runs in neutral shoes, with Mizuno Wave Riders and Saucony Rides being my shoes of choice for 2500 miles per brand (5000 miles total, 500 miles per shoe).

My work:

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Saucony Trigon Ride 5 with 328 miles

Please contact twilliampowell [at] gmail (dot) com.  Thanks.

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