June 18th, 2013 1:34 PM by Eric Fang
I went to Sports Authority last weekend,and found that there are so many running shoes,and it's much cheaper than the shoes I bought.
As I explained the before, I usually don't likewaste the money on the shoes, clothing, auto, etc.Though it was cheaper, I still do not like it.
One os the reasons is that my feet is wide, soI need a pair of shoes of mid-wide or widerso that I feel more comfortable. The 2nd reasonis that I run long distance almost every weekend,I need the shoes with lots of cushion/stabilityso that My knees will be protected. Also, I need therounder front so that my toes feel better at distancerunning. But the salesperson can only try to help you find shoes "fit".
So I don't think it is the cheaper the betterunless it also satisfy your needs. Like mortgagerates, though ARM rates lowers, some peoplewants to have fixed programs(higher rates);For insurance, I talked to one friend yesterday,he told me that he did not care too much of the premium,but he wanted it fully-covered, especially dwellingcoverage higher enough to rebuild the house.Yes, he has a mansion with high quality material,and the agent/insurer just "estimated" the coverage.