. Ideal for trails and multi-terrain races. Overall: Good shoe as long as you're not wading through bogs. Just wore then for the Salisbury 54321 marathon and they were ideal for that mix of trails and road and some light rough.
. Mine have been submerged totally on wet and muddy runs and they come up fine with a hosing down. I've worn them off road, for long marathon training runs and interval training on a treadmill. Weaknesses: Cheap. Under £40. Seem very durable too. Mine
and very comfortable straight out of the box. Ran an off road marathon in them almost straight out of the box (3 mile trial run). Did the same race last year and trashed my feet in a pair of shoes I previous had no problems with. This time came back
and keeping out the debris. Tread gives superb grip on wet and slippy rocks.Wore them for a 14K fell race and stayed upright throughout. Overall: Excellent off rounder for fell/trail races and even on/off road 10ks Bushbaby_Leeds: ADEQUATE TRAIL SHOE Strengths
. Good grip off-road. Weaknesses: Lightweight, fast, breathable, low profile, good support and cushioning. Good grip off-road. Overall: A great shoe. I bought these a week (yes, just one week) before the London to Brighton off-road ultra. I have high
In short:Neutral off-road shoe with EVA midsole and removable sockliner Scotsluvin: RELIABLE ALLROUNDER Strengths: These are comfortable well balanced shoes which can easily absorb the impact of long distance. I've ran two road half marathons
marathon, seemed to go on for ages and left my feet/legs intact. These shoes have undone all that. Poorly made and frankly a bit of a rip off. Janet Short: BRILLIANT! Strengths: Waterproof - tested time and time again off-road through muddy trails
conditions(mud).Good fit and very comfortable. Weaknesses: Shoe is quite light and very good grip wet conditions(mud).Good fit and very comfortable. Overall: Pleasantly surprised at comfort & weight, as it's a long time since I bought some off-road shoes
that require extra grip. They also clean up very well, even after a trip through the Bog of Doom. Lorry Dodger: Excellent Off Road Shoe Strengths: Relative light weight, very grippy in mud and recent snow. Weaknesses: Relative light weight, very grippy in mud
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