far more impact to legs & spine. Overall: Great shoe for minimalist runners seeking a natural stride.
Pros: Cons: Weight (M): 227gg Weight (W): 198gg Contact: kswiss.co.uk Full Review: K-Swiss has made great strides since it entered the running market five years ago but this model hasn’t hit the usual high standards. It looks the part and the zero
tests scored the shoe low in flexibility, but testers didn't feel this interfered with natural stride. Great for heavier runners.Wear testers say "Good support without being too heavy - ideal for high-mileage runs." Clare Elms
etc. Strengths: Comfortable, cushioned in right places (for myself). Able to enter next stride with ease . Normally were DS racers for all distance races, however, would consider this shoe as well. Would like to see an even more minimal shoe
for responsiveness. Recommended as a durable long-run shoe . Wear testers say "Shock dissipation was excellent. It felt like nothing could upset my stride." Steve Jessop Kevin Marsh 8: Best Shoe to date Strengths: supportive cusioning, great ride, light shoe
really quickly - I used mine during Mens Health Survival of the Fittest 2011 (involves a number of paddling pool plunges) and a few wet cross country races - a few strides and the water is gone* Unlike a lot of my running shoes, somehow it evades smelling
normal 5k time of around 22.5 mins.Previous improvement steps were gradual, maybe around 5 deconds over a few weeks. For me, they encourage longer strides. Not sure quite how. Weaknesses: Fit really well, though my feet are quite narrow.Performance - I
strides.... Strengths: Price is keen for such a well made shoe. Compares favourably with the 1225 and very well against other brands top stability shoe.Stability is second to none. It is virtually impossible to turn your foot over so perfect for runners
, comfortable first 10K Weaknesses: Good balance of cushion and stability. Flexible and supportive upper with no irritation points at all, comfortable first 10K Overall: Give Reebok a try, they are making huge strides in Running Footwear, one to watch.
running stride so will have to wait and see. runnersbeen : Good control and cushioning, feel stable. Cheaper replacement for the Asics Kayano Strengths: They feel lighter than my Kayanos that I have stuck to for a few years. My foot feels stable but I
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