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machines approved of the changes, scoring it among the most responsive shoes on test – quite an achievement for a shoe in the stability category.
In short:The least expensive shoe on test, this offers decent value for money with its combination of secure fit, durable rubber on the heel and highly breathable mesh. Puma has improved the flexibility in the forefoot, which our testers noticed
and mechanical testers alike, with the RW Lab rating it the springiest shoe in its history of testing – out of almost 880 pairs. The usual Adidas close-fitting rule applies, so go for a half-size up. Weight (M): 278g Weight (W): 230g
, bouncy feel. K-Swiss achieved this by changing the angle of the outsole blades to encourage a quicker transition to the forefoot, and the lab data confirmed it as one of the most flexible shoes on test. Weight (M): 270g Weight (W): 232g
In short:Polar exercise features • Wireless ECG accurate heart rate • Polar sport zones • Polar OwnZone • Polar OwnCal • Polar Fitness Test • with OwnIndex Polar OwnCode (2.4 GHz) W.I.N.D. • Polar OwnOptimizer • HR-based target
Pros: Cons: Weight (M): 238gg Weight (W): 238gg Contact: newbalance.co.uk Full Review: Perhaps because of the extra few grams of weight over other shoes on test, the support on the 760 was the best of the bunch. It looks and performs like a
Weight (M): 395g Weight (W): www.berghaus.co.ukg Full Review: The Phobic Stable Dry is a heavy-duty shoe that's not easy to run in - it was the heaviest shoe on test - but it will certainly protect your feet. A tough rubber outsole appears bomb
in place without increasing the weight. The result is a comforting but fast ride, with the best traction on test and impressive breathability. The cushioning is sturdy, but the sizing is small, so buy one half-size up.
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