thin, smooth rubber outsole to encourage natural foot placement and strengthen the surrounding ligaments. Not surprisingly, our lab rated it lowest on test for cushioning and highest for flexibility. For speedwork and short training runs.
in Meadowhell between Christmas and New Year and have run in them 3 times since. I'm making my way back from 3 big injuries (including damaged knee ligaments) last year so it was crucial to get something that lessened the impact of regular road running
: Great shoes for a neutral runner. I used to suffer with knee ligament problems (from other sports rather than running) but I have been able to step up my mileage (from half to full marathon training) wearing these without any problems or niggles. Despite
some unnecessary foot motion. I've had a pretty much injury-free 2 years with 1090s and 1100s but after 2-3 weeks with the 1110s, I've got a ligament problem on my right foot and a possible ITB problem on the left leg. If they don't feel right when
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