, but these shoes have seen me through many half-marathons over the last years and my first marathon last year, largely without a hint of injury. Brilliant.
In short:Motion-control shoe with a redesigned upper and dual-density EVA Tenacious Fox: FOR OVERPRONATION AT IT'S BEST! Strengths: A solid, dependable shoe for severe overpronation. Good cushioning - lighter than previous models Weaknesses: A
with no knee discomfort. Cesiums are tough enough for distance cross-country - I recently completed the 3 Forts Marathon with no knee twinges and the shoes were virtually unmarked. Overall: A ground-breaking shoe incorporating cutting edge motion control
couple of notable differences in the updated version: the upper has been changed to become less bulky and more flexible; and material has been removed from the toebox to give it a closer fit.This is a great shoe that still needs a few tweaks. It’s a bulky
THE FOOTBED Strengths: The Adidas Adistar Control is a fairly flat motion control shoe that feels as natural and responsive as a neutral shoe. You may not agree with me, but there is a catch. You have to bin the footbed which amongst other flaws has an overly
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