Sat Dec 05, 2015 6:43 am
• Superman | 342 Posts | 3420 Points
e. Be wide in the Nike Roshe Run Femme pas cher forefoot to allow splay on contact. This one is critical for me ¨C I have become highly intolerant of shoes with a narrow toebox.There are other factors that could be included here, but for me these are the most important.
Regarding how large ¡°my group¡± is, that is those that do not over-pronate barefoot but typically do so in cushioned shoes, I don¡¯t know. If 70% of runners overpronate, I would think that at least half of that group belongs to my group, but within that group the degree of over-pronation will vary, as will the tolerance of it. I don¡¯t know of any actual study that has investigated this, so if any of the readers know please enlighten me in the comments.
Yesterday I Nike Roshe Run Homme vente posted a link to an article on Believe in the Run that featured photos of a bunch of new shoes to be released next year. I just finished reading through a similar post by Brian Metzler on Competitor.com, and there are a few shoes featured that were not shared on BITR. Among them is a trail shoe from Saucony (the Nomad TR pictured below) that is built on the Kinvara platform (unlike the Kinvara Trail, which was not really Kinvcara-like at all). Fans of big cushion and technical trails will also like the Hoka Speedgoat. Check out the full preview here.
Let¡¯s start with the specs. My size 10 Brooks Launch 2¡¯s weigh in at 10.2 oz on my scale, which is 0.3 oz more than the original. Not a big difference. Stack height (via Running Warehouse) also remains the same at 27mm heel, 17mm forefoot, for a 10mm drop.
The Asics DS Racer 10 is easil Nike Air Max 1 pascher en ligne y among the top shoes I have run in so far this year. It¡¯s not a newly released shoe, but it¡¯s one that I wish I had tried sooner. If you¡¯re looking for a lightweight racer that can also handle longer runs, it¡¯s definitely worth a look. Great shoe!
The only real negative issue I encountered on my first run in the Kinvara 5 was some abrasion leading to hot spots on the outsides of both big toes. I¡¯m happy to report that this issue has not recurred ¨C I felt n o discomfort in this area over 14 hilly miles earlier today.