New Balance RX Terrain

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Hi all
Iam looking some advice from my fellow runners recarding trail shoes.
I have just completed 15k on the Wellingborough 15 k series round 1,
Now i did this event in my assics evolution2
road shoes as i suffer from severe overpronation.
However i would like to try running in some suitable trail shoes that would help me in the sticky muddy hilly conditions that a multi-terrain race throws up.
I feel as i overpronate i am limited on this kind of footwear, any help please post.
Many thanks Happy running
Geoff from Bletchley

Posted: 22/01/2006 at 14:14

ps the words regarding not recarding big error

Posted: 23/01/2006 at 10:13

rtb, I too overpronate and have just bought a pair of new balance 781's for running along the canal side which is a bit muddy in winter. See the review of the older 780's. Apparently, nb don't do the widest size 4E in trail shoes any more so I had to settle for the 2E. They feel a bit narrow but do so far provide a lot more grip than my road shoes. I got them from sportshoes unlimited for 48 quid. I live near enough to go try them on but you can find your true size from the new balance website.

Posted: 25/01/2006 at 19:08


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