Brian McIntosh: ULTRA 103S (UPDATED 102S) ARE WELL, OK Strengths: Breathability. OK on road and trail. Weaknesses: Breathability. OK on road and trail. Overall: OK for training but not for anyone racing.
In short:Straightforward well- cushioned shoe featuring DMX foam
In short:Broad-fitting neutral shoe with two separate cushioning layers plus a 'shear strip' designed for a smoother landing Steve Fowler: IT'S A BIG SHOE AND FEELS IT! COMFY, THOUGH. Strengths: Plenty of cushioning Weaknesses: Plenty of cushioning Overall: Provides plenty of pr...
In short:A Gore-Tex XCR membrane in the upper a gusseted tongue. While you can add a gaiter.
In short:Stripped-down, low-profile and ultra-grippy trail racer Weight (M): 412g Weight (W): www.puma.comg Full Review: Puma's Complete Trailfox is one of our favourite stripped-down, low-profile and ultra-grippy trail racers. The AX Alps is its
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In short:Cushioned, stable and responsive racer with flexible lightweight upper Penfold: ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT PERFORMANCE TRAINER - ALMOST A RACER Strengths: Very light - halfway between my racers and my normal trainers. Like wearing slippers but very
In short:Light, medially posted everyday shoe for mild stability Alasdair Matthews: MUCH-MOURNED LOSS OF STAR SHOE - GRAB WHILE YOU STILL CAN! Strengths: Smooth, quick and ultra-reliable transition from heelstrike to toe-off. Low profile and great
of information on US ultra racing. Well written, I found it difficult to put down. Felt strange reading a book about a man with 4% bodyfat when sat by the pool in Orlando. Weaknesses: An easy read full of information on US ultra racing. Well written, I found
the full length of the shoe for a softer footstrike; a double-layered mesh upper provides breathability and durability, while ultra-lightweight Flywire in the upper holds the foot in place without adding extra weight.The Air Max+ looks and feels bulky
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