With the wet weather closing in I just wondered if anybody know which running shoes I should go for ? I mainly run on the road but fancy doing , or atleast trying !, a bit of offroad stuff .......anyway point is .... I wondered if trail runners
Helloo,I have some Nike (sorry can't remember exact model poss pegasus) shoes for road running, fitted after gait analysis etc (I mildly overpronate on left foot) and want to get some shoes for 'off road' for the winter. Won't be going up hill
Looking forward to doing a my first ever race. A 10K this winter sometime.Never thought I would enjoy running but with the right shoes and encouragement it's been great.
surf shoes on grass as a winter version of barefoot running.They have brought out a new version this year which are less bulky - well worth a try.
I've used these mainly in the snow this winter in UK, Norway and Austria. Hardly any wear at all, due to the snow, and good traction. However, they do feel rather heavy, and I would prefer a lighter shoe for trail running
Left UK in Sept 02 and now running in NZ where getting out in the winter is somewhat nicer than it was in Co.Durham (altho' I really missed doing the Blaydon Race this June). Loads of hassles with plantar fasciitis and achilles tendinitis. Sometimes
The winter runs are taking it out on my road ASICS 1170 and avoiding the puddles & mud (is this actually possible at the moment?) on forest runs to try and keep feet a little drier is getting wearing. Looking for a reasonably priced hybrid shoe
Hi everyone,Just after a spot of advice regarding a running shoe. Myself and my running partner train mostly on concrete at present. We know this is not ideal but during the winter months we do not have an option. Please could we have some advice
Hi all,I've done one novice triathlon this year at Stratford and would like to try a duathlon for a bit of fun to complement my winter running. Could anyone tell me how the transition works in a duathlon please? Is it just a case of changing
Has anyone run this race before? It says "trail" - how trail is it? (Assuming it is not raining and muddy) can I run it in road shoes or do I need the grip of trail shoes? MervRoad shoes are fine. I run round here regularly and road shoes are even
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