-like' feel, while others found the forefoot too narrow. But if these 'agree' with your feet, this is a competent shoe well-matched to heavier overpronators. Wear testers say "Plenty of forefoot cushioning but the fit was a little tight in the toe area
the hang of it. I also find that sometimes the shoulder straps slip out of their (adjustable) fastenings.My main problem with it, is that after I'd worn and washed it a couple of times I began to feel that it had shrunk as it was getting very tight
but they always felt tight and gave me blisters....but thats probaly down to me having 'wide fat' feet. malcolm Simons: SUPERB Strengths: comfort from day one Weaknesses: comfort from day one Overall: started running on my 65th birtday 08-02-2005 have run 3 10ks
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