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Forget the road. Hit the trail, Jack.
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Sure, different shoes for different feet, right?!
I don't know about that. I feel as though these shoes were overpriced, flimsy, and not worth the hype. Could just be me but I don't know...
Hard to say with shoes.
fast and lite!
Good shoe overall, it very light and low to the ground. But I have a big problem with durability, after only 40 miles the fabric is showing already signs of distress, at the point where the rubber toe bumper meets the fabric a tear has developed...and it is getting bigger by the mile. I know by reading some reviews on line that other people experienced the same problem.
I was considering getting a pair of crosslite 2.0 but I think since they have the same upper construction, i'll have the same problem, so I'm not to sure now.
Without the durability problem with the upper, it would be a 5 star shoe in my book.
When I first saw these shoes, i thought to myself how heavy can these be? But after I tried them I was blown away. These shoes are amazingly light. The shoe is self has great traction and support but in a much lighter weight package compared to the other shoes out there. They are also comfortable just to wear around and don't cause agony on long runs. I would recommend this shoe for racing but for normal training purposed the cross max 2.0 works just fine.