I hadn't, until I read an article about it in Runner's World.
Fitjacking: what is it?
Fitjacking is the art of going into a running store, asking for advice for the best running shoes, and then saying to the shoeguy: 'Thanks! I'm going to have to think about it.' After which you go home, and buy the recommended shoes online.
That's not very nice, now is it?! I'm happy to say I am not a fitjacker. It just wouldn't feel right. In a way you're stealing someone's time and advice.
How do you feel about fitjacking?
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