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We’re all guilty of wearing our sneakers to run post-workout errands. But if you really want to make your shoes last, switch to another pair before you step outside the gym.
“Only wear your shoes for working out, says Aric Shlifka, co-owner of Kiddles Sports, a sporting goods store that specializes in bikes and running shoes in Lake Forest, Ill. “If you are a runner, only use the shoes for your runs, not for running errands."
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