fit; and improved snugness - particularly around the heel.We say This was found to be extremely comfortable by our testers, described by all as having a true part-of-your-foot feel - even for the narrow-footed runner. This was backed up by the RW Shoe
;t buy again, a promising shoe that just didn't suit my foot shape. The joys of buying online!
moderate pronation control. Ortholite footbeds hug the foot while also reducing odour. Traction was good on woodchip trails and on hard ground but struggled in wet grass and in thick mud, and the toggle lacing system was slightly fiddly.
with your foot, you get more grip than a more "rigid" shoe. Ideal for long distance too... The foot does not move in the shoe, so no chaffing and so far not one blister have appeared on my foot... Whereas I've always had them with other shoes... Tongue
larger feet, there's usually a bit more of me to rub, but there was no breaking-in period required!Support - all round help with pronation, arch and forefoot. The Speva support gives cusioning for us flat-footed clumpers, plus I have noticed a reduction
Pros: Cons: Weight (M): 347g Weight (W): 291g Contact: www.saucony.co.uk Full Review: What's new? Slightly softer than the Guide 2, Saucony has padded the heel counter with memory foam that adapts to the foot for personalised support. Also features
and the positive feedback will be a relief to New Balance. The lack of heel cushioning and the 4mm differential between heel and toe height (as opposed to typically 12mm on a cushioned running shoe) mean the foot is lower to the ground, which encourages a mid
gripping the foot and keeping out the debris. Tread gives superb grip on wet and slippy rocks.Wore them for a 14K fell race and stayed upright throughout. Weaknesses: Neoprene stretch fit tongue gives a excellent fit, literally gripping the foot
and also serves to pull the overlays tighter around the middle of the foot, and there’s a raised instep for mild arch support, but this is a shoe for racing purists. It’s unforgiving to all but the hardiest, speediest racers, so don’t try this one if you
slimmer heel counter, a lower midsole and less weight on the cushioning. It also features adaptive panels on the upper that move with your foot as it flexes. WE SAY This shoe is so light, it almost qualifies for the performance category and, indeed, it
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