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Data for my MSc Dissertation on Brand Attitude

Hi everyone,





As some of you may already be aware. I am carrying out some research for my MSc Dissertation, looking at consumer attitudes towards running trainer brands. Many thanks to those who have already responded. You have been a great help. I do need some more responses to really strengthen this study. If you could spare a few seconds of your time and complete the survey via the link below that would be a great help.





http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=LqzzCUM93V8HiU_2bndExcMw_3d_3d





If you prefer you can email me your responses to: [email protected]





Kindest Regards,





Matthew Earland (Kingston University MSc)

Comments

  • jon_gjon_g Posts: 318
    Hi Matthew



    I've always worn Nike, but recently went (about 2 weeks ago) to have my running gait analysed and i ended up buying Saucony. in future i would probably by either Asics or Saucony (tried the Asics during the analysis-really liked them, but they didnt have my size). so no more Nikes for me!



    hope that helps?![:)]

    jon
  • LindsLinds Posts: 124
    I've got a paitr of Nikes I bought 5 1/2 years ago (I know I know).



    I didn't choose Nikes in particular, but they were one of a couple of makes Asics and Saucony that I was "offered" following my gait analysis and they felt the most comfortable



    Actually as a total newbie (at the time) to running I didn't really want Nikes as I felt/thought they were to "High Steet", but they've been great.



    I am not at all bothered by Brands and when I buy my next pair sometime this summer I wll go for the most comfortable/supportive, whether they are Nikes, Asics, Reebok or even Dunlop
  • matt84ukmatt84uk Posts: 19
    Hi Guys,



    Many thanks for your responses. Regarding my dissertation, I will need you to fill out a 5min questionnaire in a couple of months time. If you could email me the 2 brands of running trainer you have purchased most frequently in the past 3 years to [[email protected]][email protected][/email] that would be a great help.



    Kindest Regards,



    Matt
  • TommiTriTommiTri Posts: 879
    I had some nikes, then I realized the error of my ways and now have asics!
  • mangelmangel Posts: 20
    Hi,



    Have always worn Asics, in particular their Gel Nimbus range. Must have about 5 or 6 pairs at home !!!



    Had feet measured at running shop and these were one of the trainers recommended.



    Would not discount any other brand but just stuck with these through initial recommendation etc.



  • legalbeaglelegalbeagle Posts: 208
    Hi there,



    Asics and/or Mizzuno for me - I have tried Saucony but caan't get on with them
  • LuckyLucky Posts: 137
    Brooks now and for the last 3 pairs, before that New Balance, stopped buying Nike about 9 years ago.... all better since then

    ;-)
  • Mizuno - runners (last 9 years)

    Saucony - trail shoes (last 8)



    Not the same pair lol



    Once you get a good fit you tend to stay loyal in my opinion.
  • matt84ukmatt84uk Posts: 19
    Hi Guys,



    Many thanks for your information. You have been a great help. If you could email me your brands to [color=#FF0000][color=#FF0000][email protected][/color]com[/color] that would be great.



    Kindest Regards,



    Matt
  • matt84ukmatt84uk Posts: 19
    Hi Guys,



    Thanks for all your responses so far. You have been a great help. If you have any friends who purchase / run in running trainers and would be willing to help with my dissertation, please get them to email me the brands they have purchased the most in the last 3 years and email me their choices to [[email protected]][color=#ff0000][email protected][/color][/email]. I have had quite a few responses so far, but could do with a few more to really strengthen the study which I hope to get published.





    Kindest Regards,





    Matthew Earland
  • AilsaAilsa Posts: 3
    Hi Matt - I have only ever bought New Balance
  • bryanbryan Posts: 45
    hey matt,



    i use nike currently but this is only due to the nike + software with ipod (great tool).

    before this i have only ever run in adidas



    cheers

    b
  • treefrogtreefrog Posts: 1,242
    Always Asics Kayano
  • toadtoad Posts: 104
    Asics Kayano, the pronators best friend love this shoe, just not the price!
  • matt84ukmatt84uk Posts: 19
    Hi everyone,





    As some of you may already be aware. I am carrying out some research for my MSc Dissertation, looking at consumer attitudes towards running trainer brands. Many thanks to those who have already responded. You have been a great help. I do need some more responses to really strengthen this study. If you could spare a few seconds of your time and complete the survey via the link below that would be a great help.





    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=LqzzCUM93V8HiU_2bndExcMw_3d_3d





    If you prefer you can email me your responses to: [email protected]





    Kindest Regards,





    Matthew Earland (Kingston University MSc)
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