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    Default Racing "like" shoes for street use?

    I'm looking for a pair of shoes that would look somewhat like driving shoes but not exactly cary the price of a pair of racing shoes.

    I like these Puma's Ferrari Future Cat M1 Big Cat Shoes

    In yellow, I am a big fan of bright colors. I have had two pairs of Puma's, both similar styled and I really liked but I'd like to change it up. Not a big fan of the Ferrari branding given I don't drive a Ferrari. A Porsche one may be appropriate. Any suggestions?

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    goodyear adidas were my favourite. I got the new ones each year for like 4 years in a row lol. I think the official name was 'adiracer'

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    They look nice, and adiRacer is the name. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    I love pilotis

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    I've had some "racing" pumas, and to be honest, I prefer driving in a pair of converse, especially for auto x and stuff. might just be me though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carsyy View Post
    goodyear adidas were my favourite. I got the new ones each year for like 4 years in a row lol. I think the official name was 'adiracer'
    +1. if you like it light and comfortable, Goodyear series is one nice choice. aside from Puma Cat's series, which have a racing look but might be a bit unorthodox

    and, Goodyear had so many types. got a carbon fibre looks one. that looks stunning
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    I have some racing puma's and to be honest they aren't my favorite shoe to drive in. Don't get me wrong I REALLY like them they just are not my favorite and for the money I could have bought something else. That being said though, if you want them get them they are nice shoes and they are nice to drive in. All I'm saying is they are not MY PERSONAL favorite to drive in.

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    Game over...



    Oh wait... you said inexpensive and to drive in...

    google Porsche Adidas. There are lots of drivingesque shoes that look WAY hot!

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    also very clean...


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    Puma's and piloti's. Just find something comfortable and not too bulky. Senna drove in his loafers.

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