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Subject: Should I replace my cycling shoes-feet hurt
Ever since IM , 5 weeks ago the balls of my feet hurt. I have not run since IM and have only cycled, swam or a tad bit of elliptical. My shoes have been through 3 seasons and I estimate about 11-12,000 miles in them on the bike. My shoes are also a half size bigger than what I normally take. They don't feel like my toes are squashed either. I also have inserts which were put in during the spring last year. I guess it would be time to change those, but just curious if I should change my shoes as well. Are cycling shoes like running shoes where you should replace them when certain distance is put on them? I've never had an issue with them prior to these past few weeks.
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