Mino. The creators of Mino is a start up tech company located in the US. The mino is a small sensor device which is placed under the sock liner of your shoes. It automatically tracks the age of your shoes while you are running, alerting you when you hit 400 miles which will avoid injury from worn out running shoes.
I placed the mino in my Mizuno Wave Sayonaras which I received in June. I switch up shoes a lot based on distance and these have the least amount of miles ran on them. When you press the blue button on the mino, you will have one of 6 lights appear. One of the 4 blue lights means you are in the good zone. A yellow light means you've hit 350 miles and should should start shopping for new shoes. And the red light which means you have hit the 400 mile mark.
When I took my first few steps, I could feel the Mino mile sensor in my shoe. It's only 2mm and my Mizuno's are 10mm. After 2.5 miles of interval training, I honestly forgot it was there. I ran 6 miles yesterday with the Mino and didn't feel it or think about it once.who put a lot of miles into a pair of shoes. It's time for Gabe to get replacement shoes and he will be running with a Mino.
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Note: This was a sponsored post by Mino. As always, all opinions are my own.