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neil wilkes 3
Reviewed: 31 July 2007

RUBBISH.DESIGNED FOR NON HUMAN.

Nice box for nick-nacks.
The plastic part of the sole intrudes to far on the outer part of the shoe leaving your foot resting on a rock hard piece of plastic.Unwearable.About an inch too narrow.Never had this problem with Nikes' before.
That'll teach me to try before i buy.
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Performance:
1.0
Comfort:
1.0
Value:
1.0

stuart spencer
Reviewed: 11 July 2007

FIND THE SHOE VERY HARD ON THE FEET

Not good value and certainly not comfortable.
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Performance:
2.0
Comfort:
2.0
Value:
1.0

peter clarke 4
Reviewed: 30 April 2007

GOOD CUSHIONING, NOT RELIABLE

I bought them from a Nike outlet for £50. I found as stated the laces took some getting used to and it caused me some foot problems. Once sorted no issues, though I wear insoles so strugged a bit getting it right. Quickly settled into them
As with previous tester after doing about 100 miles they got a small hole in them which rendered them useless.
Not reliable enough to justify the cost even from an oulet mall. Would not buy again
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Performance:
3.0
Comfort:
2.0
Value:
1.0

Abi Griffey
Reviewed: 28 February 2007

RELIABLE, TECHNICAL SHOE, BUT OVERPRICED

They are well-made and consequently very robust. I have worn them in a variety of conditions, from ankle-high mud to heavy rain, and they've maintained their shape, flexibility, cushioning and fabric quality without looking like they've really been used at all. The cushioning in the sole is superb, providing good support, whilst minimising impact.
They may not be suitable for people with wide feet, or high arches: they are quite snug and as a result I have had to experiment with many ways of tieing the laces, with varying successes, to get the best fit to my foot. Even so, I still experience days of tightness or tingling in my feet when I run, which can only be attributed to a poor fit. They are also quite low at the ankle, so may not be suitable for runners who need greater stability around the top of the foot or those who have the tendency to pronate.
A good reliable shoe, that I've found to have an average runners' shoe lifespan of 1 year, with an average weekly usage of three times. Given their specific shape, I'd recommend anyone considering purchase really do try these on before buying as they won't suit everyone. Sadly, it's their price that lets them down: at £120 they have a lot to live up to, and I feel there are probably better value models on the market.
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Performance:
4.0
Comfort:
3.0
Value:
2.0

George Keh
Reviewed: 07 February 2007

A BIT TOO COSY

Breakthrough technology
High end price
Will not be ideal for running but rather just for the style
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Performance:
4.0
Comfort:
5.0
Value:
3.0

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