-ROADRaid Race Raid Sport
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.
Weight 235gEvaluation If you're a light, fast overpronator, finding a racing shoe with added stability can be hard. If you fit this description, you'll want to check out the RC750. With a decent-sized medial post (for a racing shoe) and a plastic
Nirvana Wave Mercury Wave Maverick PERFORMANCE TRAININGWave Precision Wave Aero RACINGWave Revolver OFF-ROADWave Ascend 2003 MODELSCUSHIONEDWave IgniteWave Mustang Wave Rider 6 STABILITYWave Mercury RACING Phantom Classic 2002 MODELSCUSHIONEDWave
CONTROL 815 RACING RC205 RC750 OFF-ROAD 906 871 2003 MODELSCUSHIONED 752 880 1022 STABILITY 765855 PERFORMANCE 832 MOTION CONTROL 1122 OFF-ROAD705 780 870905 2002 MODELSCUSHIONED 751 STABILITY 764 PERFORMANCE TRAINING770 RACINGRC2402001
RACINGPremier Competition OFF-ROADPremier Trail 2002 MODELSCUSHIONEDBoston Road DMX | Medallion DMX 10 STABILITYPremier RoadRACING3D Speed Racer2001 MODELSCUSHIONEDFusion C Fusion VIcon 3 DMX 10 Miramar 2 DMX 6Sky DMX LiteSTABILITYAztrek 2001Canton Road
This model may still be available on clearance. But we've reviewed a newer version since we published this.Weight 242gEvaluation Mizuno now has three Wave racing shoes the £70 Wave Spacer at 205g, the £60 Wave Phantom at 257g, and the £50 Wave
, the shoe favoured by former marathon world record holder Khallid Khannouchi, and that should give you an idea of the kind of runner who'll get the most out of them – the fast and efficient kind. That doesn't necessarily mean elite, though. The 250 uses New
. The Aello is no marathon shoe, but is great for anything up to 10K.
Weight 308gEvaluation Whether you choose the Flyroc or the Terroc will probably simply come down to weight. There’s little to choose between the shoes' features – both have the same midsole and are built on the same last.The Flyroc feels slightly
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