Well made shoe
Verified Buyer Reviewed by QualityFootwearSnob from Great White North! on Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Build quality is first rate. They are a kind of hybrid between an "approach shoe" and a running shoe. Though I think you could run in them, they do not seem to have the cushioning or stability of a true running shoe. Likewise they do not have moderate climbing capabilities of the true approach shoes I've had. There is a gentle "rocker" to the sole. Not as pronounced as a Hoka but it is there. I mostly wear them to and in the office but have taken a few trail walks in the woods and found them very pleasant shoes.