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Make Your Favorite Trail Shoe Even Better

Make Your Favorite Trail Shoe Even Better

We’re all looking for that “perfect trail shoe”, but it just doesn’t seem to be out there. I’ve taken matters into my own hands, no I haven’t started a trail running shoe company (but I’d like to), but I have started modifying my own shoes to better fit my individual needs.

In this video I give you two examples, one to cut down the weight on your shoes without compromising the protection and comfort and the second example on how you can add protection to your minimal shoes.

So watch the video, grab an old pair of trail shoes out of your closet and start working on them to see what you can do. And please be careful with those razors!

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John is a former VP of Operations for Go Daddy Group, Inc. The largest domain name seller and hosting provider in the world. John currently consults with clients on their internet marketing strategies and manages client website projects from conception to completion.

Born and raised in a small eastern Iowa town John received his BBA from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa before escaping the cold winters for Arizona over 17 years ago.

John has completed several trail races and runs including:
• Black Canyon Trail 100K Endurance Run
• Tahoe Rim Trail 100 Mile Endurance Run
• Adrenaline 65K Night Run
• Rim to Rim to Rim - Grand Canyon 48 mile
• Javelina Jundred 100K
• Zane Grey 50 Mile Endurance Run
• Javelina Jundred 100 mile
• Man Against Horse 50 mile
• Flagstaff Trail Marathon
• Mesquite Canyon 50K
• Old Pueblo 50 Mile Endurance Run
• Just Another Mad Dog 50K

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