Reviewed by CO Mom from Fort Collins on Monday, June 27, 2011
Was looking for a shoe that could do double duty as a trail runner and light hiker. I think that these will be able to do both, but will work better as a hiker. They have great lateral stability and a good arch support that hits just right. They are well ventilated and light. I'm less inclined t...
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Reviewed by tangoave from Cleveland,OH on Friday, October 19, 2012
I bought these shoes because they were described as waterproof. Autumn in this neck of the woods can be rainy/muddy/sloppy. I've gone trail running several times in them and have not suffered wet feet yet. I like these shoes so much that if there is any remaining stock in my size, I'm getting another pair. My foot is on the wide side and my arch is on the high side. These shoes give me: great support, great traction, cushion the impact, all while managing not to be heavy. Bravo!
Reviewed by Running Fool from Berkeley Ca on Monday, April 30, 2012
I like to trail run. I never tried this particular shoe before but it had good reviews. I wore them to work and on a 4 mile flat run. While at work I wore regular socks they size was okay but my feet felt a little warm in them. I took them on a 4 mile flat run with my running socks which are a bit heavier and my feet sweated. This has not happened with my previous shoes. There was not enough breath-ability in the shoe for me. It was uncomfortable to run in them. They might be okay for a casual walker
Arch Type: Average Arch
Cons: Heavy, Uncomfortable
Describe Yourself: Avid Athlete
Pros: Cushions Impact, Good Arch Support, Good Traction