sections that flex independently to give great responsiveness and ground contact, especially on hills. The structure over the arch locks the midfoot in place, and a tongue pocket tucks away lace ends to stop snagging.
, particularly on gravel, good protection on rough stuff, well-cushioned Overall: Not particularly supportive but fairly well-cushioned, pretty good value, superb up gravelly or muddy hills.
including longer distances and hill training. The outsole is tough but lightweight and flexible, and perhaps the most impressive feature is the amount of bounce upon toe-off. A gold medallist for sure.
. Nice looking and very smoooth thro' heal to toe.V Pleased. Strengths: These shoes wrap your feet up like no other i have tried, my feet feel secure and stable and give me the confidence to let rip on the down hills, even though i have an ankle
. Lacing system may be cause of injury. Strengths: Good grip and no loss of traction or confidence on a variety of surfaces. I wore these for a 4 hour hill race on grass, road, forest track and bog and had no problems. Also good on hard packed snow
this shoe: the laces, webbing, mesh, outsole rubber and packaging are all made from 100 per cent recycled materials. gingerbread mouse: so so Strengths: Designed for forefoot striking this shoe encourages good form over trails and confidence on hill. It
lighter support instead. Our testers liked the fit, but felt that the shoe lacked support on long runs. Our wear-testers say: "Comfortable, and they felt supportive on steady runs, but less so doing speed and hill work." - Alex Rees RORY DEVINE: nice
like my ankles & skin too much)but I loved reading it and would thouroughly recommend. Probably works best for non fell runners who are either runners or hill-walkers. Edinburgh Kev: BEST RUNNING BOOK EVER!! Strengths: Great story and amazing facts
can revert to mid-foot striking when tired). Great for normal runs but also excellent for sprint/hill sessions and drills. Weaknesses: Allow you to run more naturally, and I find they encourage me to toe-strike (I can revert to mid-foot striking when
under pronating, very high arched feet. They have suited me well. Extremely comfortable to begin to run/walk in and they will go the distance in my surrounding area which ranges from urban asphalt to muddy, steep and rocky hills. Being trail shoes
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