mild overpronators. But with its fine level of cushioning – the rearfoot feels positively plush – it works well as a shoe for swift, efficient runners racing up to the half-marathon.
.In short This is about as light as you can go in a shoe that still has decent stability and the fit of a trainer. Its not for anyone who needs a lot of cushioning, but it could serve most runners up to a half-marathon, and sub-three hour runners for a
use the word cushioning guardedly), but the Japanese-targeted design is so narrow that many Western runners will feel as though theyre running on half a shoe. For the record, theres a 4mm Zoom Air unit in the rearfoot, and wet-traction rubber
stable too, with a two-thirds-length medial post, a good heel counter and a decent midfoot shank. The lightest, most efficient runners would find it a good half-marathon or even marathon shoe, but its also an ideal first racing shoe for short distances
half-marathon/marathon shoe, or a short-distance shoe for slightly heavier runners.
Weight 243gEvaluation Sometimes it seems that half of Filas design effort must go into the Racer. The work invariably pays off: its a beautifully-fitting, smooth-riding, responsive racer. This years update seems yet more wearable than before
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
is what this shoe provides best.In short The Flow is a nice tempo-running shoe for efficient runners. It would also make a good half-marathon or marathon shoe for runners who cant or dont want to wear a racing shoe; or a short-distance racer for slightly
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
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