Tue Mar 01, 2016 6:24 am
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I immediately airmax2016-nike.fr began to think, ¡°yes, Brooks Launch it is!¡± but he did restrain me a bit by steering me towards a few options that at least offered some cushioning. We started with the new Brooks Ghost 3. I liked them, but they were a bit heavy (weighing in at 11 ozs.) and a bit snug. We then tried the Mizuno Wave Rider 13. Definitely lighter, and I could particularly notice the reduced height of the heel. I had a similar impression with the Asics DS-Trainers. However, things still felt a bit snug, and when I mentioned my concerns about my toenails, Vince asked ¡°was it your pinky?¡± Upon my ¡°yes¡± answer, he responded, ¡°well, then you need a wide shoe. ¡° If the shoes were too short, you¡¯d have issues in your big toe. I had never considered this before. Wow, what a V8 moment (and you¡¯d think my podiatrist would have pointed that out to me)!
My first experience with the Nike Pegasus came when I bought a pair Nike Air Max 2016 Flyknit Pascher of the Peg 29 for a consulting project I was working on. I tried them on at a Nike outlet and was surprised by how comfortable they were (I often have trouble with Nike¡¯s being too narrow). They had a very soft feel underfoot, and I couldn¡¯t help but take them for a run. On the run they felt great, but I started to experience some abrasion along the ball behind my right big toe. This is very common for me in shoes that have a soft forefoot ¨C I tend to pronate more on my right side and have a tendency to cave in the inner border of shoes with soft forefoot midsoles. You can see this phenomenon in action in the video below:
Nike Free Run+ Review
I bought a pair of the Free 5.0+ sometime last summer and ran in them several times. For some reason I never got around to doing a review, but lately I¡¯ve been pulling them out more frequently for casual use. I figured I might as well write something up after a refresher run. So, I took them out for 5 miles yesterday and wanted to share my thoughts since my guess is they will soon be on clearance with a new version (Free 5.0 v2) apparently coming soon.
The forefoot is composed of engineered mesh that allows some stretch (see photo at left), which helps to improve the fit. Internally, the uppe Nike Air Max 2016 Femme Pascher r is lined by a bootie-like layer that is truly seamless from the midfoot forward. It¡¯s incredibly comfortable, and feels great without socks. The only problem I have had is some abrasion at the base of my big toenails on both sides ¨C I think this comes from some reinforcement of the upper over the big toe (I can¡¯t see it internally, but the material is slightly thicker in this area). Interestingly, I have only had this issue with the included insoles ¨C swapping them out for something thinner must creat Nike Air Max 2016 Homme Pascher e just enough space to reduce any rubbing that is occurring.