Adidas Adistar Trail

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Hi all
Am walking the Cotswold way this summer and I was thinking about getting a pair of trail shoes rather thatn hiking boots, as I'd like to use said trail shoes for trail running in afterwards..... Any ideas? Or should I just stick to wearing boots? I like the idea of walking in trail shoes, but perhaps there won't be enough waterproofing/ankle support? What about Adidas' The Buzz? gimmicky I know, but are they any cop
Cheers chaps

Posted: 18/05/2006 at 12:03

I have different gaits when walking and r*nning. My r*nning shoes tend to cause blister on my heels if I do much walking in them. I don't think this is a common problem but something to be aware of if you are not used to walking in your r*nning shoes.

Posted: 18/05/2006 at 12:05

Loads of long-distance walkers nowadays, particularly on trails, wear running shoes. Boots are just too heavy. Wet feet won't kill you and if your ankles are fine - no worries. If I were doing the Cotswold Way I wouldn't even use trail shoes. Hope this helps.

Posted: 18/05/2006 at 13:22

I recommend NB 781 or 871

Posted: 18/05/2006 at 18:12

These are cool -

Brought them for a trail / fell race I'm doing and very pleased.

Posted: 19/05/2006 at 11:11

I bought a pair of Adidas Wanakas in the autumn because they were on a very good offer. They are really watertight, light and very grippy. My feet are really fussy about what I run in, so I wasn't planning to do anything but walk in my wanakas but found that these were great for running in too, I've not used anything else since and have bought another pair for next winter. At under £50 from Bournesports, Im chuffed as nuts with them!


Posted: 19/05/2006 at 19:24

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