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September 12, 2006



Whoop-dee-frickin-doo. He put out a cheap, decent shoe. Hooray. Raise your hand if you're tired of this story...yep, that's everyone.
Thank you for finally putting this to rest.


Well said Jack.

Can we get an NBA arrest, drunken photos of David Stern or a bad trade to blog about? I'm running on fumes here!

Until then it's either Starbury One stories or fantasy football/strikeout pool talk. And NOBODY wants that!


Haha. Touche.

Uncle Al

I posted this review under the last Starbury post, but to shed some light on the subject...I just got mine today and broke em in immediately. Super lightweight, low to the ground, good traction, tight lacing system, good ankle support, breathable but sturdy leather, and good looks. Overall, I give them an A- for lack of arch support. If anyone says they dislike these shoes, they are just hating. As a former high school basketball player and assistant AAU coach, for $15 they are worth $60 more than what I paid for them. I would recommend these to any serious baller who realizes that a good shoe isn't made good because of the price.


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