“To Indicate Which Kind Of Runner You Are, Check One Of These Boxes.”
“To Make Sure You Get The Right Running Shoe, Pick Up The Box You Checked.”
I always like the ads that have several shoes in them, because it gives you a larger picture of what running shoe lines were like back then. The emergence of new technologies was nearly as prolific as it is today. Leave a comment!
The Turntec Invincible was one of the only running shoes I know of that used polyurethane cushioning instead of EVA. As the ad states, polyurethane is more durable, but it doesn’t mention the fact that it is generally firmer as well.
Jerry Turner, the owner of Turntec, had some pretty good ideas for shoes, but Turntec is no more. Leave a comment!
Here is a novel concept, featuring two sets of laces per shoe for individual adjustment. There are several lacing tricks that can mimic this effect, but this system made it easy without any relacing of the shoes.
Kaepa is still around today, but they don’t seem to be making running shoes. Also, I wonder if it was worth it for them to pay for that extra page with almost nothing on it. Leave a comment!