For the past couple of years, running shoe companies from left to right have been becoming too innovate to the point that they’re focusing too much on cushioning and giving fewer priorities to the overpronators’ department. Good thing for New Balance that they retain their loyal fanbase by simply releasing the latest version of one of their popular stability running shoes: The 860v10 Read more
Seiko 5 is the budget line of Seiko watches. Despite its affordability, Seiko 5 is well-known for its reliability which has been well-loved by both new and experienced watch enthusiasts for many years. Even Arnold Schwarzenegger and the late Roger Moore rocked their Seiko watches at several films.
Since I have a limited budget and unable to carry a Swiss-made automatic watches to avoid street criminals such as holdapers (they rob you at either knife or gunpoint) and mandurokot (pickpockets), I started to look for a pair of a Japanese automatic watch with not more than $250 (at least P13,000 as of August 2018) in value, a bezel not more than 40mm in diameter, and preferably with 20mm lug width.
I have been a New Balance customer for ten years. It all started from the discounted pair I bought when I started running, which was a funky gold pair of New Balance 749. I tried a couple of direct competitors in between but I had to size up to fit my overpronating duck-wide feet. Those pairs didn’t last either. So, I kept on coming back to New Balance and never looked back.