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Wait for the Rose 5… that’s where I’ll leave this at. Materials – The shoe isn’t all bad, the materials are actually really nice. You have a lightweight but surprisingly strong mesh upper with thin glue-like overlays for additional structural support.

These woven fabric uppers, mesh, knit etc… this is the future of footwear. It works great, feels great and requires no break-in time while being able to easily accommodate a wide variety of foot shapes. That was once leather’s job… mesh and woven uppers are where its at. Fit – They fit true to size and lockdown is nearly perfect. Like I said above, they feel great right away and require zero break-in time. Midfoot to heel, they wrap your foot up really nicely. It’s snug but since the materials are mesh, its not a painful snug.

There is no SprintFrame anywhere to be found – I was super happy about that – so this version of the Crazy Light brings things back to basics in a way. Newer construction in terms of materials, but built the way shoes used to be made. Ventilation – Nothing I can say about the ventilation other than it was good. Support – I’d say that this is the most supportive Crazy Light to date… yeah… without a SprintFrame too. The StableFrame cups your foot into the midsole, a great feature that I remember talking about briefly a long time ago when I reviewed the Jordan CP3.V… I said that I wished the midsole cupped your foot vs. Being low to the ground helps… would have been nice if there was some cushion up front, but hey… Everything else is pretty traditional. TPU heel counter, keeps your heel in place so it won’t shift side to side within the shoe – this is what prevents ankle injuries… not collar height. Then you have adidas’ X-bar for torsional support and a little spring back. They have some really nice aspects about them but the two aspects that weren’t so good… were pretty damn bad. Inconsistent traction will immediately remove a shoe from my top picks and then the lack of cushion was pretty irritating… especially for the first hoop shoe to feature my beloved Boost. The adidas Response Boost runner has heel and forefoot Boost for $100… whats up with that? Boost is amazing, and even though I wish these had more of it… I’m hoping that the upcoming D Rose 5.0 will make up for everything these lack. If they don’t, well… then Under Armour will likely retain their current #2 seed in the performance/ sportswear department. As the title suggests this thread will be on the discussion of how much LSD would YOU personally recommend to somebody who hasn't done it before. That person obviously being well you guessed it, me. Have PLENTY experience with mushrooms, as far as I can tell, they are quite similar in comparison. If you say X amount also include the reasoning for suggesting this amount. I'm not scared at all of the LSD just more curious what you guys think would be best. Another thing to add in with your reasonings, how do YOU take your lsd, swallow, under tongue maybe mix with water and put in eye dropper? The LSD will be consumed next weekend so there is a bit of a gap between now and then to gather info.(Currently 2/7/16) Mr.

As the title suggests this thread will be on the discussion of how much LSD would YOU personally recommend to somebody who hasn't done it before. That person obviously being well you guessed it, me. Have PLENTY experience with mushrooms, as far as I can tell, they are quite similar in comparison.

If you say X amount also include the reasoning for suggesting this amount. I'm not scared at all of the LSD just more curious what you guys think would be best. Another thing to add in with your reasonings, how do YOU take your lsd, swallow, under tongue maybe mix with water and put in eye dropper?

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