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New York Shoe Repair Co
(508) 997-0873
50 Dartmouth St
New Bedford, MA
 
Sapataria Portuguese
(508) 997-7780
56 Peckham St
New Bedford, MA
 
Sousas Shoe Store
(508) 992-9799
1295 Acushnet Ave
New Bedford, MA
 
Simply Perfect
(508) 991-3440
69 Alden Rd
Fairhaven, MA
 
Shoe Department
(508) 992-2444
109 N Dartmouth Mall
North Dartmouth, MA
 
Steppin Out
(508) 997-5995
1576 Acushnet Ave
New Bedford, MA
 
Glass Slipper
(508) 996-5477
1721 Acushnet Ave
New Bedford, MA
 
Stride Rite Bootery
(508) 992-5551
69 Alden Rd
Fairhaven, MA
 
Payless Shoesource
(508) 998-8677
950 Kings Hwy Space S Fieldstone Market Place
New Bedford, MA
 
Westies Shoes
(508) 990-7529
62 State Rd
North Dartmouth, MA
 

Adidas adiStar Raven $120

adidas adiStar Raven $120
The new Raven replaces the adiStar Trail. The protective upper is constructed of a closed mesh with high friction-welded overlays that form a full rand with a rubber toe bumper.  

The midsole is a firm, molded EVA with a “mud release surface”—essentially a slick finish that keeps the mud from clinging to the sides. The outersole is a new configuration of plus-sign–shaped flexible lugs covering the entire sole, but they’re made out of adiWear on the medial half and sticky rubber on the lateral half. The Raven is constructed using ForMotion 360, a full-length thermoplastic Strobel board that offers protection on the trails without restricting flexibility, in combination with the proven ForMotion cassette in the heel, here in a trail-specific design with a side-to-side cleft across the entire heel to better flex with the uneven terrain of most trails.

 

 

  • RESPONSIVE TRAIL
  • Sizes: men 6.5–13,14,15; women 5.5–12
  • Weight: 13.0 oz. (men’s 11); 10.6 oz. (women’s 8)
  • Shape: semi-curved
  • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, thermoplastic Strobel board
  • For: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics to very mild overpronation
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adidas XCS

adidas XCS
The XCS is the update to the RLH from a couple seasons back. The XCS features the same Traxion outersole of the RLH in both a six-spike configuration and the more versatile spikeless version.

The upper is the same in each: a mini airmesh and a supportive, extended heel counter with a low-volume, foot-hugging fit. The midsole is low even for low-profile shoes and is molded EVA. The EVA provides adequate cushioning on its own, and gets an assist from the Traxion lugs that supply not only traction, but some cushion (via deflection). The close fit, deft touch of cushioning, and excellent traction help the foot efficiently negotiate whatever the cross country course puts between you and the finish line.

  • Spike/Spikeless $60
  • Sizes: men 7–13,14,15; women 5–12
  • Weight: (men’s 11) 8.3 oz. spike, 7.8 oz. spikeless; (women’s 8) 7.5 oz. spike, 7.0 oz. spikeless    
  • Fit: snug throughout
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Boston Marathon
April
Boston, MA
info@baa.org
www.baa.org/
After experiencing the spirit and majesty of the Olympic Marathon, B.A.A. member and inaugural US Olympic Team Manager John Graham was inspired to organize and conduct a marathon in the Boston area. With the assistance of Boston businessman Herbert H. Holton, various routes were considered, before a measured distance of 24.5 miles from Metcalf's Mill in Ashland to the Irvington Oval in Boston was eventually selected. On April 19, 1897, John J. McDermott of New York, emerged from a 15-member starting field and captured the first B.A.A. Marathon in 2:55:10, and, in the process, forever secured his name in sports history.The 1896 Olympic marathon distance of 24.8 miles was based on the distance run, according to famous Greek legend, in which the Greek foot-soldier Pheidippides was sent from the plains of Marathon to Athens with the news of the astounding victory over a superior Persian army. Exhausted as he approached the leaders of the City of Athens, he staggered and gasped, "Rejoice! We Conquer!" and then collapsed.The marathon distance was later changed as a result of the 1908 Olympic Games in London. That year, King Edward VII and Queen Alexandria wanted the marathon race to begin at Windsor Castle outside the city so that the Royal family could view the start. The distance between the castle and the Olympic Stadium in London proved to be 26 miles. Organizers added extra yards to the finish around a track, 385 to be exact, so the runners would finish in front of the king and queen's royal box. Every Olympic marathon run since the 1908 Games has been a distance of 26 miles, 385 yards.
Fat Ass Marathon
January
Topsfield, MA
gacman@verizon.net
http://gaconline.net/
Bay State Marathon
October
Lowell, MA
Glrrmc@aol.com
http://www.baystatemarathon.com
Dunkin' Donuts Cape Cod Marathon
October
Falmouth, MA
marathon@cape.com
http://www.capecodmarathon.com
The Cape Cod Marathon takes its participants on a twenty-six mile loop around the town, beginning in the historic Falmouth Village Green, past the picturesque Falmouth Inner Harbor, along the breathtaking Nantucket Sound vistas of Falmouth Heights and Menauhant, across Green Pond and through the rustic wooded areas of Davisville and past Falmouth's legendary Cranberry bogs in Hatchville. The race then turns west towards the Buzzards Bay villages of West Falmouth and Sippiwissett and south through the internationally famous scientific community of Woods Hole.
Walter Childs Memorial Race of Champions Marathon
May
West Springfield, MA
fastfeetinc@comcast.net
http://www.harriers.org/marathon
The Greater Springfield Harriers, Inc., is an athletic club focused on the specific sports of track and field, cross country, long distance running (particularly roadraces), and race walking. Founded in 1978, the club is incorporated as a notfor profit organization in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is based in the Greater Springfield, Massachusetts area. The Harriers have several hundredactive members, male and female, of all ages and abilities. Membership is open to all upon the payment of annual dues.
Hyannis Marathon
February
Hyannis, MA
BAEvents@aol.com
http://www.hyannismarathon.com
The course is extremely picturesque & historical along Craigville Beach, Kalus Beach, historic Hyannis Harbor, Lewis Bay, John F. Kennedy Memorial, Kennedy Family Compound, Officer Michael Aselton Memorial Park, and the charming Cape Cod villages of Hyannisport & Centerville. The course is paved and mostly flat and gentle with a few rolling areas ideal for a late winter/early spring PR. The Hyannis Marathon is a two loop course. The Hyannis Half Marathon is a one loop course and the 10Km course is a loop course that runs along the Half Marathon course. The 10Km course is not USATF certified but is fairly accurate by wheel and very fast. The course is not closed to traffic however the traffic is very light on most of the courses. The Course is well monitored by police and volunteers.
Memorial Day Marathon
May
Lenox, MA
info@memorialdaymarathon.com
http://www.memorialdaymarathon.com/
The 2nd Annual Memorial Day Marathon Weekend will take place on May 28-29, 2011 with the start and finish at the iconic Tanglewood Music Center in the beautiful Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. Come experience The Berkshires, a true slice of Americana featuring the quaint towns, beautiful views, and friendly people depicted in Norman Rockwell's art and James Taylor's music, as we celebrate running - a true American pastime - on the national holiday honoring our fallen soldiers.The weekend will feature The Memorial Day Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, The Berkshires 10K & 5K races and a Pre Race Expo at Tanglewood. A portion of the proceeds from the event will benefit the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.
Somerville Road Runners Around the Lake Marathon
July
Wakefield, MA
24hour@srr.org
http://www.srr.org
Welcome to the website of the Somerville Road Runners, a motley crew that works hard, but doesn't let that get in the way of having a good time, too. Our club organizes several events a year and we welcome new members of all abilities. Read on to find out what we've been up to lately.
Curly's Trail Marathon
September
Pittsfield, MA
http://www.berkshiresports.org
This year we are adding a shorter race - 5k (just a tad longer according to my latest GPS track) all on trails! Half marathon course slightly changed from last year - got rid of the portion of ATV trail and added in a downhill and uphill. Starting from the Lulu Cascade area, runners will run in a counter clock-wise direction. Both races start at 9:30. 5Kers with run with the Half marathoners and before the "real climbing" starts they will finish. The half marathoners will continue up the mountain. Aid stations are located at approximately 3, 6, and 11. You can expect pretzels, crackers, cookies, candy, powerbars, hammergel, bananas, water and HEED at the stations.