Weight 228gEvaluation Mizuno isnt offering the best bargain here: the Wave Spacer has gone up by £10 and 23g. While youd expect something amazing for £80, its simply an efficient and nicely made 10K shoe. The shoe is built on a relatively broad
Weight 206gEvaluation The Complete Finisher continues Pumas tradition of turning out good racing shoes and spikes. Its a simple, no-frills shoe thats best suited to distances of 10K or less. Its built on a narrow, curved last, and only efficient
. The Aello is no marathon shoe, but is great for anything up to 10K.
control here, but mild overpronators could use the 750 for longer races, and moderate overpronators may find it a good 10K shoe.
Weight 225gEvaluation If youre a relatively efficient runner who wants a simple 10K racing shoe, the Tiger Paw will do fine. It would also be good for slightly less efficient runners over shorter distances though, as with nearly all sub-250g
K-10K bracket for the fastest runners; and because the midsole is relatively thick for a racer, its not quite as stable in the rearfoot as, say, the Wave Phantom.
is relatively stable – the Wave extends into the midfoot and acts as a strengthening shank - and although it won't suit runners with major pronation problems it could serve well as a 10K to half-marathon racing shoe for mild overpronators.In short Another nice
Weight 222gEvaluation This shoe couldnt be more aptly named its 40g lighter than an average cross-country spike, and little over the weight of a good 10K road racing shoe. If you want to feel as though youre floating on air in a moderate
s certainly a nice upper, but its weighty material and supportive heel counter add over 25g to the shoes weight. The added weight and support now make it a shoe that, for light, efficient runners, is more of a 10K to half-marathon option than before
for most runners considering a sub-38 10K leg.If youre familiar with the previous Azura, youll notice the addition of forefoot GTO cushioning material to complement the existing rearfoot GRID; plus a vented midsole to let air in (or water out) from
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