Steve Lewis 3: Good on the soft stuff, bad on wet rock and wet roads - like ice skates. Strengths: Good grip on grass & mudGood cushioningLightQuick drying after runLittle/no breaking in required Weaknesses: Good grip on grass & mudGood cushioning
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.
paths. The fit is roomy and the adiPRENE inlay makes for a cushioned ride. c sMITH 2: CRACKING!!! Strengths: Gore Tex - totally dry whild running in thick wet grass. comfortable, also not bad on the road great cushioning Weaknesses: Gore Tex - totally
but not particularly light. The sticky outsole was superb however, performing well even on wet grass.
on and off - no laces to loosen afterwards and they don't loosen up whilst running. Overall: Good for winter runs to get me outside but wouldn't use them too often. Red Hot Cucumber: Excellent grip on a variety of surfaces: snow, trail, grass. Fit OK
've worn them on relatively short runs 3-8 km on grass and road with sign of either blisters or discomfort which I had suffered with before even on runs of 5km and less. Weaknesses: Not excessively priced, very well cushioned, meshing at the front keeps
restrictive.It also scored in the vanity stakes - I loved the grass green model Nike sent me. It looked smart and a bit different to the usual pinks and blues and I didn't mind it being visible through the straps of vest tops. Anna Campbell 4: Amazing bra
was breathable but water-resistance was mixed, keeping out rain but allowing moisture in from wet terrain, such as long grass. A wide last offers stability, and the midsole is made from BioMogo, an eco-friendly material that breaks down 50 times quicker in a
type of terrain - mud, water rock, gravel, grass etc Weaknesses: Good all rounder - stable, durable, water resistant, nicely cushioned. Performs well in all type of terrain - mud, water rock, gravel, grass etc Overall: A good pair of sturdy reliable
around the brecon beacons in December... a lot of mud, rocks,streams, grass and water with some short parts of road....the shoes performed perfectly and not a single blister...worth every penny Trent_Otter: Perfect off road, not for extreme cross country
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