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Scientific studies have Nike Air Max LTD uk online actually found that people transitioning to Frees can experience higher impact loading due to the reduced amount of cushion, and another study found that runners transitioning into Frees had higher injury rates than those transitioning into either the Nike Pegasus or Vibram Fivefingers. This points to the potential risk of a moderately cushioned shoe like the Free 5.0. There is enough cushion that it probably won¡¯t stimulate a major change in your stride, but there is probably less cushion than you are used to having to deal with the impacts of running. As such, it is suggested that you use some caution when beginning to run in a shoe like the Free 5.0.
While I really like the feel of the 4.0s as well, i experienced top of the foot pain on my left foot a day after a 7km run in the shoes. This may have been likely due to the tight midfoot. I¡¯ve removed the insole, and found the shoes to be far more spacious and comfortable for my feet, al beit while walking. Have not tried running yet. Do you recommend that i run in the shoes without an insole, something which im really keen on doing?
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No, I haven¡¯t tried the 5.0s since it¡¯s a 9mm drop vice a 4mm drop of the 3.0s. Would it matter if my landing is mid to fore-foot? I will check out the GoRun3 too! Thanks!
The Frees are going to be much snugger through the heel and midfoot, and though the forefoot is fairly wide it feels lower volume top to bottom tha Nike Air Max 90 Mens sale uk n the Kinvara. It might be a better match for you.