Thinking in hindsight, if youhave wide feet, the MV2 might have issues with its lasting abilities as the mesh on top get stretched to much. Have had a another customer mention the same problem. It seems MV2, same as a lot of the Saucony Racers are better for runners with narrow feet.
New Balance are releasing their new Minimums Road Racer in the next 2 weeks in the UK. This shoe will have a wider toebox, and is generally wider than the MV2, and having seen it a few months back it looks promising. We have had only the Trail version in yet, and this has done very well, and seems quite popular even for road running.
The K-Swiss zero pitch shoe, is not specifically designed for racing, more like a training and recovery shoe, to be worn as your every day shoe, to train your feet, achilles, and heels to adapt to zero drop. Although the rep from KSwiss said that if one is a very profficient barefoot runner, one could run in them as well, although this was not what it was designed for.
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