Nike Air Structure Triax 10

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knight rider
Reviewed: 11 November 2009

GOOD COMFORATBLE SHOE

I have wide feet and find them a good fit.
I seem to get a hole each time on the top bit of canva just above my toes.
I'm on my 3rd pair. I bought another pair off a mate with a promise of an extra £10 if I got under 30 minutes for 5 miles. Sadly missed out by 36 seconds but have that £0 in my pocket in case.
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Performance:
4.0
Comfort:
5.0
Value:
3.0

JF50
Reviewed: 10 November 2009

MY OLD FRIENDS

Good all round shoe for the roads
None that I have encountered
Great shoe
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Performance:
5.0
Comfort:
5.0
Value:
4.0

Myles Farrow
Reviewed: 06 January 2009

THE BEST SHOE I'VE EVER OWNED.

So stable and comfortable, never had a single blister in these shoes even after marathons and ultras! If you over pronate slightly as i do these could be perfect for you.
They do feel a little hard at times, but thats the price you pay for stability.
Fantastic shoes for high mileage training. Why are they now discontinued and why are the triax 11's not as good?
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Performance:
4.0
Comfort:
5.0
Value:
5.0

Melanie Bridgen 2
Reviewed: 30 October 2008

EXCELLENT FOR ANYONE WITH WIDE FEET - GREAT VALUE TOO

This shoe is comfortable, supportive and responsive. I have worn it on the road, trail and track and it does equally well on them all. When running off road it always feels comfortable and stable. I have wide feet and the shoes fit me very well indeed.
The shoes are a tad heavy but this is compensated adequately in terms of comfort and support. I got blisters to the bridge of my feet when first out on a long run but none since so may have been due to socks not shoes.
Overall a great all round shoe. As they are heavy you will feel the difference if you race in flats. Good on all terrain and especially suitable if you have a wide foot.

I have been injury free running in these shoes and bought my next pair already. Highly recommended.
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Performance:
4.0
Comfort:
5.0
Value:
3.0

McKinlay
Reviewed: 01 July 2008

GOOD VALUE FOR £49

What a comfortable shoe! Recently, I have used Asics, saucony, Brroks and Puma stability shoes, all of which did the job to a greater or lesser extent, but I think the Nike is the most comfortable to wear run after run. Now that it can be picked up at £49, its a bit of a bargain as well.
Yes it is a bit heavy, but that is a fair trade off for me, as I value the cushioning and support, having last year had a stress fracture in my shin.
It works for me.
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Performance:
5.0
Comfort:
5.0
Value:
5.0

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