Most helpful critical review
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on June 9, 2013
I run often, trails and roads. I don't find this shoe to be very durable, you will slip on slate or wet smooth surfaces. If you live in, say Upstate New York, and you are running the trails in the Catskills, this shoe is not for you. You will slip and slide on smooth surfaces. As for trail grip on rocky terrain like here in the hill country of Texas, it's pretty good. I would prefer a smoother heel to toe transition, it is a very stiff shoe. I found it most useful in training and sprinting outdoors but rather than that, I wouldn't use this shoe for trail runs. I would just stick to your carbon outsoles with a nice EVA cushioning. If you have foot problems, your best bet is to buy some orthotic liners or gel inserts.
I wouldn't recommend this shoe to just anyone.