These (hiking) Shoes Are Killing Me

Highest priority for hikers is foot care.

Know that your feet expand while hiking — especially in hot weather — so many of us buy walking shoes a size larger than what we wear in the city.

I loved Christopher Mcdougall’s book

Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen

That said, I’ve never hiked barefoot or with minimal shoes. Raised in cold Canada, my feet are wimpy.

If you have time, go back to the beginning. Listen to an audiocast about the history of footwear.

523. Did Michael Lewis Just Get Lucky with “Moneyball”? Freakonomics Radio

No — but he does have a knack for stumbling into the perfect moment, including the recent FTX debacle. In this installment of the Freakonomics Radio Book Club, we revisit the book that launched the analytics revolution.
  1. 523. Did Michael Lewis Just Get Lucky with “Moneyball”?
  2. 522. Is Google Getting Worse?
  3. The Most Interesting Fruit in the World (Ep. 375 Update)
  4. 521. I’m Your Biggest Fan!
  5. 520. The Unintended Consequences of Working from Home

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