EarthYP Edge Conference in Maui, Hawaii

16906 SE 1st St Ste 103
Vancouver, WA 98684
(360) 831-2164

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3315 NE 112th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98682

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9509 NE 83rd Cir
Vancouver, WA 98662
(360) 944-8138

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14300 NE 20th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98686
(360) 718-9756

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110 NW 139th St
Vancouver, WA 98685
(360) 571-0411

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2005 SE 192nd Ave
Camas, WA 98607
(360) 210-7203

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We offer 6 local business listings for Personal Fitness Trainers in Vancouver and Camas. Find local Vancouver Personal Fitness Trainers in zip codes 98684, 98682, 98662, 98686, and 98685. We also feature a local business listing for Personal Fitness Trainers in Camas 98607.

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Sneakers
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Sneakers (also called trainers, athletic shoes, tennis shoes, gym shoes, kicks, sport shoes, flats, running shoes, skate shoes, or runners) are shoes primarily designed for sports or other forms of physical exercise but that are now also widely used for everyday casual wear. Since their popularization by companies such as Converse, Nike and Spalding in the mid 20th century, they have become attire, with variety growing in many global markets exponentially. Like other parts of the global clothing industry, manufacture of shoes is heavily concentrated in Asia with nine in ten shoes produced in that region.Contemporary sneakers are largely made from synthetic materials, and the materials and manufacturing process produce, on average, about 14 kg (31 lb) of CO2 emissions. Some companies are trying to substitute more sustainable materials in their manufacture. About 90% of shoes end up in landfills at end of life.
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EarthYP Edge Conference in Maui, Hawaii