moves naturally with the flow of the run - it feels as though the tights are working in harmony with your body. For men there is relief in that the crotch area is contoured, serving up what the makers call 'better ball control'. The material offers
Contact: www.orca.com Full Review: Reaching just above the knee, the Orca 1/2 Tights target the major muscle groups of the upper leg - particularly the quads and up through the glutes (backside) - and work hard to keep muscles both warm and well
In short:Water resistant shoe, with tightly woven mesh and a gusseted tongue.
in parts secures the foot. Even heavy runners praised the midsole foam for its cushioning. The laces were a tad slippery, so tricky to tie tightly, and the tongue kept slipping off- centre – but overall this shoe is a significant achievement. Weight (M
In short:Includes a two-density medial post, low-profile heel and N-Lock lacing system for stability, Acteva midsole and Abzorb SBS at toe-end nrkintheuk: LONG DISTANCE RACERS Strengths: Very light, excellent tight fit, good grip and suprisingly
Contact: www.2xushop.co.uk Full Review: Although full compression tights can be used for recovery, post-race bloat and water retention can make compression around the midriff an uncomfortable experience. These 2XU Leggings - which are more like
Contact: www.salomon.com/uk Full Review: For race and recovery the EXO IVs offer a cost effective way of supporting the calf during a run or helping tired muscles to recover afterwards without the expense of investing in a full tight. The unusual
the fit is variable: perfect on the back half but tight across the toebox. In addition, despite promises of amazing responsiveness, we didn’t feel that they made us faster during a track session. These would suit a more experienced runner but perhaps
was a couple of reports of tightness and rubbing in the achilles area, but this was not universal.
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