Strengths: Nice plush feelGood support/cushion balance Weaknesses: Nice plush feelGood support/cushion balance Overall: A step down from their excellent predesessor, the 1225 Casual 10k: Great stability with decent toe-box and excellent foot support between
cushioning, light as a feather. Strengths: I've run about 70 miles in these (including two 20 milers) having decided that the Brooks Pureflow 2 wasn't as good for me as the previous version. I would definitely recommend these for any mid-foot or forefoot
the feet to turn over really well...... with a great level of support and cushioning.....perfect Overall: A racy very well cushioned shoe Tranent Bullet: Great feel and traction for 5 and 10ks. Strengths: This shoe is great for a fore foot striker
of foot pain due to this; but heavier runners enjoyed the fact that, for them, heel-to-toe transition was smooth and effortless.
have been wearing Asics GT21x0 series for a number of years but the latest model is unwearable for me. When running it feels like a sock is creased or gathered under the toes, causing then to feel bruised. This only occurs in one foot. I am gutted
, the differences in construction are not substantial – a matter of more or less heft depending on your needs – and each contains the following technologies:• The arch section features a ‘nav band’, an elasticated band that holds the foot securely in place
in the heavy weight of the Saucony. Marshalswick01: GOOD SUPPORT BUT A BIT FLAT Strengths: Heal Support is great, suits a wider foot well Weaknesses: Heal Support is great, suits a wider foot well Overall: Its a good shoe but not enough underarch support, a
absorption quotient. We say A featherweight, narrow-fitting shoe notable for providing light support even with the low profile and stripped-down medial post. Testers loved the new E-Glide medial support, which kept the foot in place while not compromising
. Our testers loved the snug fit (although you should buy a half-size larger than normal), the way the mid-section of the upper moved with the foot, and the balance of cushioning and responsiveness.
has been extended into the forefoot to give less flexibility and to better control the foot through the gait cycle.We say Best for normal-arched runners or very mild overpronators, this rated highly on comfort and breathability. But some testers found
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