Pros: Cons: Weight (M): 227gg Weight (W): 198gg Contact: kswiss.co.uk Full Review: K-Swiss has made great strides since it entered the running market five years ago but this model hasn’t hit the usual high standards. It looks the part and the zero
, and for lighter runners the transition from heel to toe was a little clunky.Wear testers say "They're light for a stability shoe, and yet still manage to support the foot." Rachel Badham
transition. The shoe is a tad over-engineered, and the wide toe box led to narrow-footed runners getting blisters, but it performed well on long runs and grips well in the wet.
? An addition to K-Swiss's performance range.We say The maker has designed this shoe as an everyday option for lighter runners and a speed option for the more heavy footed. A longitudinal groove along the outsole encouraged good heel-to-toe transition, while
Pros: Cons: Weight (M): 311g Weight (W): 229g Contact: www.k-swiss.co.uk Full Review: What’s new? This features an asymmetrical lacing system and overlays that help lock the midfoot into position; lightweight foam on the heel for cushioning; and a
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