Reviewed by DrKeteDC from Bailey,CO on Saturday, August 18, 2012
I'm glad I didn't see the message that these run small. I have wide feet and, if anything, they run a bit large. Maybe it depends on the size? I got a 7. I wear them for morning walks on our gravel road. First wearing, they seemed comfortable and fine, except for a slight rub on my right ankle. I chalked this up to my malleolus being low and figured it would sort itself out after a few times. However, after 4 wearings, the top of my left toe bled as did the left malleolus area. I will try socks- but these are supposed to be for bare feet, aren't they? Perhaps the man-made materials are too stiff for this shoe.
Reviewed by Black Hills Annie from Black Hills SD on Monday, August 13, 2012
I love the comfort and fit of Ahnu. I don't have a particularly wide foot, but this shoe is so narrow I will have to return it. I ordered up half a size and it is just too narrow. Even for everyday I could not wear it...I could never wear it to run or walk.
Reviewed by Tara from Jackson, MS on Monday, July 23, 2012
This is a new brand for me and I would definitely purchase them again. I have always worn NB in the past and wanted to try out a lightweight pair of sneakers with out shelling out a ton of money. I have been wearing them to the gym for cardio and low impact classes. Their performance has been great!
Reviewed by Running Girl from Midwest on Monday, July 16, 2012
I use these for shorter runs (4-6 miles) to build up my muscles. I haven't had any problems with them so far. They are a little tight on my feet because my feet are wider than most, but they still fit well and I haven't gotten blisters.
Reviewed by Shake & Blake from Princeton, MN on Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Ordered these for my wife and they caused the tops of her toes to bleed. Not sure if we got a bad pair but the underside of the tongue is not smooth down by the toes. This rubbed against her toes, causing them to bleed. Wore once and they will not be worn again. These are supposed to be a tighter fitting shoe so one cannot wear a thick sock; actually no socks are usually best with minimalist shoes.