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Q. Who the hell wants to buy my old running shoes?
A. There are several people with this passion for womens running shoes, and it is very hard for them to find quality used running shoes anonymously. Most often the shoes that are found on eBay do not have all the features that these people look for. I have had both men and women purchase models worn out shoes as well.
Q. What does the buyer do with my running shoes?
A. I dont know, they most definitely have their own reasons.
Q. What do I have to do to trade my running shoes for new ones?
A. The most important thing that you have to do, is to wear your running shoes without socks. You have to wear them sockless casually, at home, at the gym, for jogging or any sport you may practice. Of course, you have to meet up with me for the photo shoot once in a while, and to sell your old shoes and obtain your new ones, but thats stating the obvious.
Q. Why do I have to wear my running shoes without socks?
A. Its quite simple when you think of the results that will produce after several months. The customers are looking for worn out shoes with very special features like faded interior materials, deep foot imprints on the insoles and of course a very strong smell. Thats what they are shopping for, and thats what I am offering them. If you think your running shoes stink enough even while you're wearing socks, then just imagine how bad it would be without. You might just become my next ACE seller.
Q. I dont mind going sockless, but it makes me uncomfortable to have feet and shoes that smell this much. How do I work around this?
A. You must realize one thing. People expect feet and running shoes to smell, and they usually keep their distance. People who will comment on how bad your shoes smell probably would whether you wore them sockless or not. The best thing to do is to always store your running shoes upside down as soon as you take them off. This keeps the smell inside them, and helps a lot in containing the odor. Do not ever use any odor neutralizing powders or sprays of course, as this completely defeats the initial purpose. Keeping a plastic bag handy in your closet and always stowing your running shoes in them is also a valid option. Again, anybody sticking their nose close to your feet after you've taken off your running shoes would definitely expect what they would get. No surprise there.
|I'm afraid I wear socks BAHAH!|
|$70.00!?!?? Who get's that kinda cash for USED SHOES?!? Wonder how much the site owner gets to keep.....|
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