Comment from: Rachel [Visitor]
Rachel

It's always nice to learn more about you guys, and no exception here, Leah. I'm with you on the pink--if it has even a pink trim, it's not an option for me, and unfortunately that rules out a lot of shoes these days.

BTW, have you ever had a chance to try the Merrell Pace Gloves? I know Justin did a review for the men's version, but I always feel better getting the perspective on the women's style.

05/31/12 @ 13:19
Comment from: Benry [Visitor]
Benry

I really enjoy the interviews Birthday Shoes has been posting lately! They give interesting insight into the minimalist journey of others, and help me find other blogs to read. Thanks!

05/31/12 @ 17:39
Comment from: MdH [Visitor]  
MdH

"Someone said to me once that we have shoes for a reason and that it’s not natural to run on a surface that isn’t natural - like concrete - without the proper shoes."

I heard the exact same from a runner who had just began running again (in non-minimalist shoes) after a very, very serious injury to both her knees had kept her from running for 6+ months.

No matter what happens to this type of person, they will never want to see or hear that a minimalist alteration in their ways might have helped them to prevent their pain.

06/01/12 @ 17:02
Comment from: sandi [Visitor]
sandi

leah seems to know her shoes!

06/01/12 @ 21:40
Comment from: leah [Member]  

@Rachel Same here...I don't buy any shoes that have even a hint of pink! I haven't tested anything from Merrell so I can't comment there.

@Benry Thanks for reading!

@MdH Yeah, hopefully they'll discover the benefits at some point!

@sandi Thanks for stopping by! :)

06/04/12 @ 13:51
Comment from: Fatima Brockway [Visitor]
Fatima Brockway

My favorite thing is when she says "You are a sneaky one color pink." I literally LOLed!

06/04/12 @ 19:45