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I had a pair of the originals in blue back in ¡¯04 or ¡¯05, whenever that was- When I sucked so bad and I would hobble around every few months and hurt my knees. That¡¯s the kind of people I associate with these shoes. Shouldn¡¯t cool kids like you wear Sauconys or something like that now?
Great review. I have been running in cushion zero drop shoes over an year. So far I have ran in Vivobarefoot Evo II, Skora Phase Core, Merrell Bare Access 2 (My GOTO shoes for long distance), Altra Instinct 1.5. Today I tried Nike 3.0 v5 and I found when I was running, my foot impact was trnruk.uk
more on lower end of the midfoot kinda towards the heel arch area. It may be a fluke as I was wearing Jeans so not sure if have you found similar experience like this? I would say they are really soft and I feel nice for every day walk over the town and easy runs. I am thinking of getting a maintenance cushion lower profile (0-4 mm drop) shoes for easy winter running as I don¡¯t have any races planned in Dec, Jan. My top picks are Nike Free 3.0 V5, Mizuno Cursoris, Sketcher GoBionic. Wondering what would be your suggestion? Since I live in cold weather city, I won¡¯t feel hot much with Nike¡¯s but at the same time I would definitely like to ensure great breathability and less freezing of my toes.
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o running in them, I¡¯ve also found the Free 4.0 Flyknit to be a fantastic casual shoe. I bought a pair in black since I like to have a few conservative looking shoes for casual wear, and I¡¯m typically sockless in them while walking around. They are amazingly comfortable.
Where you are less likely to see the Free 5.0 is at a running race. The reason is that the immense popularity of the shoe is tied more to it¡¯s use for casual wear rather than for running. In terms of typical usage nike air max 90 uk Trainers
, it¡¯s more of a fashion shoe than a running shoe.