Another plea for advice from the trail community.
For the last few years, I've been running mud runs and OCRs in my Saucony Hurricane 10s, but the grip is wearing thin and I'm looking to replace them with some "home to trail" shoes so that I don't flounder too much in this year's races.
The limiting factors are that I have bowed legs and need to use orthotics when I run and I need a wide toe box as well.
Obviously, there's a wealth of information on the web but nothing beats personal experience. So, does anybody have any recommendations for something that might fit the bill?
Brooks Cascadia would be worth a look.
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