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Running and Walking Clothes


Running is a relatively inexpensive hobby. Unless you pay for a gym membership, you can run, jog, or walk for free. The green fees for two 18-hole games of golf cost as much as a pair of running shoes, and the shoes will probably last for 3-6 months. There are lots of fashionable clothes on the market, and you can spend as much as you want. Or, you can do as I do and wear grubbies with no concern for fashions or color combinations. But be careful! If you wear the wrong type of clothes, you'll increase your risk of injury, heat stroke in the summer, and hypothermia or frost byte in the winter. Let's look at the details.
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