In short:Off-road shoe with a low-profile, dual-density midsole Mercy Morris: GOOD OFF -ROAD SHOE Strengths: Good grip on most surfaces, good fit, very comfortable and flexible Weaknesses: Good grip on most surfaces, good fit, very comfortable
conditions(mud).Good fit and very comfortable. Weaknesses: Shoe is quite light and very good grip wet conditions(mud).Good fit and very comfortable. Overall: Pleasantly surprised at comfort & weight, as it's a long time since I bought some off-road shoes
. Gazmanmeister: COMFORTABLE OFF-ROAD RUNNING SHOES Strengths: Rugged, supportive and comfortable Weaknesses: Rugged, supportive and comfortable Overall: Great straight out of the box, never had a problem with them.
In short:New Balance has updated its fast off-roader with a neoprene gusseted tongue and N-lock lacing system OOK!: EXCELLENT ALL ROUNDER FOR THE THE ROUGHER OFF ROAD RACES Strengths: Neoprene stretch fit tongue gives a excellent fit, literally
. The Stoneshield protective layer in the midsole performs a similar function for the soles of the feet. The fit is slightly narrower than normal Nike running shoes and, while cushioned and comfortable, the shoe is slightly stiff in the transition. The waffle grip
In short:A heavy-duty shoe offering strong protection but little in the way of responsiveness. Contact: www.carn-uk.com Full Review: Having an integrated tongue gave the shoe a snug fit around the ankle, but it was so thick it made tightening
, they don't feel over-engineered, and their lack of bulk combined with outstanding grip in all but the iciest of conditions delivers confidence with each footstrike. The narrow fit won't suit all, and a gusseted tongue would be a useful addition
for narrow-footed runners who like their shoes fitted snugly.
on sticky trails but tends to skid slightly on loose terrain. Alwyn Pickard 2: GOOD SHOE AND WELL WORTH THE MONEY Strengths: Good fit,comfortable and great traction Weaknesses: Good fit,comfortable and great traction Overall: I bought three new off road
but similar fit. I haven't run for more than 1 hour but I'm confident they would be comfortable for longer runs if you avoid tarmac. Weaknesses: I've been using these 4 days a week running to and from work (4 miles each way). Daily temp has been -7
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