but is anything but, a fact borne out by the high level of responsiveness. Grip in the wet from the grid pattern outsole is fantastic and the strong cushioning is great for those who are prone to shin splints and other impact injuries.
supportive shoe that's fantastic to run in. I've always suffered from shin splints and other little niggles, but since I've had these I haven't had any problems at all. Maybe a little on the weighty side, but worth it given the comfort.
In short:One of the most stable shoes around Crafty: EXCELLENT FOR HEAVIER RUNNERS OR TENDENCY FOR SHIN SPLINTS Strengths: Excellent support and stability for moderate to heavy overpronators(like myself)Smooth rideVery durableQuite comfortable
. You just forget you are wearing them – and the value for money is a huge bonus. Overall: Just a great shoe without having to shell out a lot of money. I only run up to half marathons so I can't vouch for anything further, but my shin splints have
that would protect my legs from shin-splints (I was heavy when I started running) and something in-expensive. I've been using them for 12 month and have found them to be very durable and comfortable. They are well made and have had no problems
over come the effects of shin splints Strengths: Weaknesses: Overall: I suffer(ed) from shin splints so needed shoes that would give me maximum support and cushion. My local running shop let my try three shoes, one of which was the Brooks 9. I have a
. Weaknesses: Encourages heel to toe action when running. Overall: Good shoe, has stopped the shin splint pain that I had before. CBird: VERY LIGHT WITH GREAT STABILITY Strengths: Excellent at reducing the amount of pronation, with good stability. Very light
FAST SHOE Strengths: Also race shoe light let still bouncy Weaknesses: Also race shoe light let still bouncy Overall: My previous shoes where giving me shin splints. So the day before a 5 mile fun run decided to go an get a new pair. Very concerned
) runner in need of motion control, and these shoes put an end to shin splints for me. I run about 10-20 miles (15-30 km) per week and find these shoes provide solid stability and cushioning for about 6-8 months. I'm very happy with the quality
't recommend these enough. ChocolateChicken: NO MORE SHIN SPLINTS Strengths: Great control and stability for flat footed hobbits like me Weaknesses: Great control and stability for flat footed hobbits like me Overall: The best motion control shoe I've found.
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