Information about Pearl Izumi syncroFuel Rd II Running Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. Great for everyday training or racing, Pearl Izumi's syncroFuel Rd II running shoes set the pace with a seamless upper, mild pronation control and Energy midsole foam for excellent cushioning.
Bonded seamless mesh upper with synthetic overlays for an unparalleled fit
Anatomical lacing system for a snug fit
OrthoLite® cushioning insole
Energy-foam midsole for shock absorption, energy return and improved toe-off
Reviewed by Trout Bum BRewing from Colorado on Friday, May 15, 2015
I normally stick to the trails with a minimalist type trail shoe but needed something to run in at work which is it's all asphalt. Picked these up from Sierra on sale and have to say they are pretty light and absorb the impact quite well. Highly recommend.
Reviewed by Denver Skier from Denver on Sunday, August 24, 2014
While I'm not a high miler, these running shoes have been great so far. I typically need a wide toe box and these fit perfectly, after ordering one half size bigger per the STP recommendation. The yellow color is not at all subtle but that's evident from the pictures. If you prefer a less conspicuous look you may want to opt for another color.
Reviewed by vperrin from Platte City, MO on Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Terrific fit, comfort and durability in a running shoe. These definitely run at least 1/2 size small. If you're a long distance runner may even consider a full size to allow for foot swell after 10-15 miles. I love the way this shoe rides with a moderate combination of cushioning and stability. If STP were in stock on my size I would order 2-3 pair today!
Plenty of room in the forefoot. I have. Wide foot and this sneaker fits perfectly.
Answered on 9/22/2014 7:30:43 PM by Denver Skier from Denver
Yes, it's a little wider in the toe box than most road shoes. I have been a Brooks Adrenaline runner for years and still love them for comfort during long distances. However, these PI's may just be my new favorite shoe!
Answered on 9/22/2014 7:46:04 PM by vperrin from Missouri