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27.09.2019 07:38
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A few days ago I put up a post about a new line of “zero-drop” shoes that will soon be introduced by GoLite Footwear (“zero-drop” means no heel lift, so the heel and forefoot will sit in the same plane as the Nike Air Max 270 Mens forefoot when in the shoe). These shoes, featuring what GoLite is calling “BareTech Technology” Nike Air Max 90 Dames possess a number of design features that should appeal to minimalist runners, including the aforementioned zero-drop sole (see my previous GoLite post for more details).After a bit of research and some help from a reader (thanks Charlie T.!), I discovered that GoLite Footwear was headquartered just down the road from me here in NH, so I got in touch with them to ask for more information about the lineup. A GoLite rep got back to me quickly with a few stock pictures, and a press release describing a whole suite of new shoes in the BareTech lineup. She also offered to send me a test pair, which I should be receiving sometime in July (stay tuned!). Based on the sheer number of shoes in the upcoming BareTech lineup, it’s clear that GoLite is a believer in the value of a zero-drop shoe, and that they’re doing more than just testing Nike Air Max 90 Mujer Rosa the water with a single model to see if it sells. Here are the details on some of the shoes in the new GoLite LineupThe Tara Lite takes the best aspects of the Tarahumara sandal and adds the protection, stability and traction benefits of our Class I trail runners. The result is a hybrid shoe with a lightweight mesh “second skin” upper and an internal “sandal” thong. Our unique closure system provides adjustable fit and security on the upper. This design provides security and energy efficiency by preventing excessive foot movement. And with the BareTech neutral heel, runners can enjoy all the benefits of barefoot running and the exceptional stability and protection of our Soft Against the Ground platform to work on all terrain.Our newest Adidas Superstar Dam BareTech outsole is inspired by the gravity-defying “traction” of geckos. The small lugs made with Gripstick rubber replicate the tiny hairs on a gecko’s feet that create surface contact and friction.The Sol Lite is the newest addition to our performance travel shoe line. We use our incredibly light BareTech outsole that provides comfort and stability all day long. With an upper combination of ballistic mesh and premium nubuck leathers, and our Soft Against the Ground Technology in the outsole, the Sol Lite is rugged, comfortable and luxurious.”The Cruise Lite is our premier women’s travel shoe. Built on our state of the art BareTech technology platform is a ballistic ripstop nylon upper with protective toe and heel rands. This all translates to a Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35 Femme lightweight hard travel and leisure shoe that is equally comfortable at a sprint or a walk …anywhere in the world.The Satel Lite is sophistication and performance at its best. The BareTech outsole with a combo premium nubuck and canvas upper bring together the two worlds of outdoor performance and indoor sophistication perfectly. Lightweight and waterproof, the Satel Lite can navigate terrain in both the civilized world and the most unforgiving wilderness.I was at the library the other day with my daughter (a frequent activity in this family!), and came across the book “The Naked Olympics” by Tony Perrottet. The cover (see picture to the left) featured what looked like an ancient painting of a group of naked Greek runners (more on this below) in seemingly modern running shoes (still not sure what’s up with that), but I was intrigued Nike Air Max 270 Femme and decided to take the book home with me. I wound up reading it in about a week, and Nike Air Max 95 Femme it was quite enjoyable.The Naked Olympics is basically a very readable historical account of what it was like to actually attend the Olympic festival in ancient Greece. It describes what it was like to be both a spectator and athlete, and goes through in detail the various events that comprised the Ancient Olympic Games. While my initial interest in this book was to see what the author had to say about the running events, I found the entire book to be very enjoyable, and full of interesting tidbits about the Games. Among other things, I

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