Fila FGT320 £59.99

This model may still be available on clearance. But we've reviewed a newer version since we published this.

Weight 380g
Evaluation The FGT320 is the biomechanically neutral option of Fila’s two new forefoot-oriented shoes (this and the FGT340). It uses the same springy carbon-graphite plate, which gives an exceptionally smooth forefoot ride. In fact, it has essentially the same midsole and outsole as the FGT340, just without the medial post. That means it has a very stable midfoot and cushioning that’s relatively firm.
The other difference over the FGT340 is that the FGT320 has a much lighter upper, which is better-shaped in the forefoot. In all, we’d say that if you want to try Fila’s forefoot cushioning technology, this is the everyday trainer to choose out of the two. It has a similar ride, a superior upper, and it’s better value for money.
In short Fila’s £70 FGT shoe doesn’t stand out at its price point, but this £60 option fares much better against its peers. It’s stable enough for neutral runners and very mild overpronators, and while it’s not exceptionally well cushioned, it has a nice forefoot ride.
Try it on if you liked Fila Adrenaline (£60); Asics Gel Cumulus (£65); Adidas Response Cushion (£60)