When I first put on my SKORA shoes, I was afraid to not wear socks, even though that’s how they were designed to be worn. So I wore them with socks for a long time before being brave enough to wear them without. Walking with my SKORA shoes on felt much like when I was walking barefoot. It felt weird and I engaged muscles I didn’t usually use while on the treadmill.
The first time I started to run in my SKORA shoes I just about bust out laughing. I felt ridiculous and very clumsy. I had to re-find my center of gravity and nearly fell a couple of times. But not long after I started that run, magic happened. My stride began to feel more natural, my knee didn’t hurt and my legs wanted to keep going longer than my lungs would allow.
I can’t imagine ever wearing another brand of running shoe again.
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