pmo: Fantastic trail shoe. Plenty of grip in most conditions, yet cushioned enough for occasional tarmac. Strengths: Lightweight (for a protective shoe)Good cushioningExcellent gripFlexibleWide toe boxFast drying and well ventilated Weaknesses
but similar fit. I haven't run for more than 1 hour but I'm confident they would be comfortable for longer runs if you avoid tarmac. Weaknesses: I've been using these 4 days a week running to and from work (4 miles each way). Daily temp has been -7
wear Nike Percepts for most of my training, but what cushioning it has is in the wrong places, leaving my metatarsal heads uncomfortably close to the tarmac, a problem I don't have with the Marathoner or the Vaporfly.
friendly, lightweight, strong enough to see off 500 miles +. Weaknesses: A great deal! Cost friendly, lightweight, strong enough to see off 500 miles +. Overall: Owned three pairs, what more can I say. Superb trainer for blasting out those tarmac miles.
training shoe and good for tarmac. Strengths: lots of cushioning for heavy pounding. Great structure to improve/help my gait. Surprisingly light. Comfortable and supportive around the ankle. Keep my feet cool enough to, good wicking. Weaknesses: lots
-testers say: "Lightweight, yet cushioned and stable – a shoe that can be worn by more than just the racing whippets." - Malcolm French Graham Mater: I`ve been running on these shoes for about 6 months now mostly on light trails and tarmac. Strengths: One
Strengths: Very comfortable indeed, with plenty of wiggle room on the toes. The heel is nice and snug even with narrow heels. As others have said, the cushioning is excellent and make running on tarmac that bit easier on the joints. Weaknesses: Very
with gait that I have when running in them. I would never go back to traditional cushioned shoes now. Rohan Chaffey: Awesome Strengths: Lightweight, yet they feel cushioned enough to take the pounding on tarmac. I just ran a half in them and feel confident
and recent snow. Overall: I put in quite a lot of research before I bought a pair and was pleased with the result. I had owned innov8 flyroc 310s before and found them too hard on runs with stone or tarmac sections.The Speedcross 2s have soft studs which give
reasonably supportive for a neutral shoe. Overall: Great tarmac mileage-eaters. No more sore knees on long runs. Have raced in these shoes and had good results, but will look for something lighter and firmer for 10K races. Fabs: GREAT SHOE WHATEVER YOUR
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