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11/09/2012

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___Danno

Baking soda is the magic solution to your shoe odor problems.

anniebikes

I love the mismatched socks too.

Leo Horishny

I'll try to politely go there; but is there a reason for the mismatched socks? Aside from testing to see if anyone pays attention to your site....

I like the newspaper idea. I could use that when my shoes sit around at work this time of year.

Matt

Leo,

Is there a rule that socks have to match? =)

Matt

Leo Horishny

:-D

No, there is no rule, you got me there. I just wanted to make sure I didn't miss something...aside from the fact that your socks didn't match.

That is all.

atom

Watch out for talc/baby-powder on the outside-bottom of shoes. It will make them deadly slick on smooth surfaces.

Todd Waddell

When coming home after a wet winter ride, we put our shoes, upside down, on top of a floor vent. The heat, dries them out quickly and they're ready to go again later that day or the next morning.

In fact, shoes, go on one vent, shoe covers on another, gloves and hat on a third. There are times when we just run out of vents.

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