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21.10.2019 07:16
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I’ve made no secret of the fact that the Brooks Launch is one of my favorite running shoes (disclaimer – I am a member of BrooksID). They carried me to a PR in the Disney Marathon (maybe just Nike Air Max 90 Femme coincidence, but I like to think they played a part!), and my first and only pair so far has several hundred miles on them and they’re still in my regular rotation. One of my favorite things about the Launch is the fiery red/orange color scheme (see picture in right Nike Air Max 95 Femme sidebar), but like all good things, it looks like this may be coming to an end. Brooks has released a new Black/Nightlife color scheme for the men’s Launch (same shoe, just different colors), and it appears the red/orange is being discontinued (please correct me if I’m wrong!):A few days ago I wrote a post about a new shoe that Nike had released called the Nike Sneakerboat II. It’s basically a water shoe/aqua sock that I thought looked like it might have some potential as a minimalist running shoe. Well, I went ahead and bought a pair of Sneakerboat II’s (only cost me $40), and they just arrived in the mail yesterday. Here are a few initial impressions after kicking around in them this afternoon Comparison of Target water-shoes (left), Nike Sneakerboat II (center), and Vibram Fivefingers KSO (right). Note the wider toebox in Nike Air Max Classic BW Femme the Sneakerboat relative to the Target water shoes.
4. I wear a 10 in most shoes, and size 10 in these fits perfectly. If I were a half size, it’s hard to say whether I’d recommend going higher or lower since they don’t come in half sizes – I’d probably lean toward sizing up since they Nike Air Max 95 Femme> are snug. That being said, my VFF KSO’s are a tad large for me, and they look slightly shorter than the Sneakerboat II in the above picture.vWore them out and about today to my son’s teeball game and to the supermarket. They’re very comfortable, and felt great on gravel, grass and rocky dirt. Just enough sole to make walking on gravel and rocks tolerable. They look like almost like a 3-way cross between a dress shoe, sneaker, and aqua sock. Different, but not nearly as conspicuous as Vibrams (about which I was stopped and questioned 2-3 times at the mall the other day, including by the entire staff at Finish Line). If you swap the red laces with some brown ones, you could probably get away with wearing these as a casual work shoe (guess that depends somewhat on where you work!).What I find most odd about the Sneakerboat II is that Nike Air Max 90 Damen Rosa they may be a more “barefoot-like” running shoe than the Free line of oxymoronic “barefoot shoes” that Nike is so heavily promoting of late. Don’t get me wrong, I love my Free 3.0’s, but all of the Nike Free’s have a raised heel to some degree, whereas Sneakerboat II’s don’t, which fact alone means that you’re probably more likely to midfoot or forefoot strike in these.One additional word of caution I’ll add – should you decide to give these shoes a try, I’m guessing that given the lack of heel cushion, they’ll require a slow break-in period to Nike Air Max 90 Heren Zwart avoid injury for those not used to running in this type of shoe – same caution applies to shoes like the Vibram FivefingersChristopher McDougall began his wildly popular book “Born to Run” by asking a fairly simple question: “How come my foot hurts?” This led him on a quest that ultimately Adidas Ultra Boost Damen brought him to the conclusion that running shoes were the problem, and that he’d be better off throwing his regular shoes away and running barefoot or in something more minimalist like the Vibram Fivefingers. If you’ve paid any attention at all over the past year, you’re probably well aware of the fallout from McDougall’s book, and whether you like his approach or not, it would be hard to argue with the fact that he’s done more to stimulate discussion in this area than any of the academic researchers or medical professionals (or running pros for Adidas Superstar Femme that matter) that we typically look to for guidance when it comes to deciding what to put on our feet.

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