Newton MV2 Racer

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Newton MV2 Racer
The encouragement they give you to land on your fore foot is perfect for racing.

Our Review

The now-familiar forefoot lugs on Newton’s range of shoes can be a mixed bag if you’re not used to them so we advise adapting to these in small doses over time in order to avoid a lower leg injury. The encouragement they give you to land on your forefoot is ...  Continue reading

Reader Reviews

5 user reviews of Newton MV2 Racer See all

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Dont even bother with them if you've not ran in Newtons before. If you have then the Distance is the trainer to stick with.

Use sparingly, i.e. have another set of trainers to train in use these to race in Continue reading...
I would recommend them for an experienced runner who is used to wearing newtons but purely for racing. Make sure you go a good half size bigger than your foot size Continue reading...
Great racing flat but far to expensive. Continue reading...
Love them for racing, going to get some more as soon as I can. Continue reading...
Clever technology in forefoot works very well but doesn't compensate for other weaknesses and limitations at this price point and durability level. Bettered by their own Distance S shoe by a country mile in my Continue reading...

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Promote greater forward propulsion.
They feel chunky and the responsiveness isn't great.
  • Price: £99.99
  • Year: from 2012

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