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cheaproshfreerun.co.uk I recently bought a pair of Virratas and i¡¯m satisfied except for them being a bit on the narrow side and lacking sole rubber in the midfoot (Saucony really could have spared the heel ¡°shockpad¡± for some lateral rubber pods). I¡¯ve found that all i really need from a running shoe is a flexible sole with some cushioning and as little upper features as possible.
Definitely need to try these out. Kind of a shame Nike charges so much for so ¡°little¡± shoe. The profits from the Free line must be insane.( In Sweden they seemed to have replaced Converse as the most common everyday/streetwear/hipster shoe ).
New Balance 410 cheap sale Virrata upper has less give, and it¡¯s not as flexible as the Free. Virrata has better forefoot cushioning, and doesn¡¯t feel quite a s soft underfoot to me. Both are great shoes.
I¡¯ve tried on both the Flyknit 3.0 and 4.0 and the 4.0s do indeed have a little wider toebox. Also, I think the snugger fit is intentional in the 3.0 because the Flyknit material acts more like a sock than a traditional shoe upper and has some stretch to it, but it is a different feeling for sure and one that not everyone will care for.
I have a half size bigger in the 4.0 than in the GoBionic or GR2, but there is quite a bit of room for me. I could probably even manage the same size in those, but I like a bit of extra room. If anything, only go up a half size.
For me, the Nike Free 3.0 v5 is a fantastic shoe for easy runs and distances up to about 10 miles. They¡¯re also great as a casual, low-drop shoe (which is what the vast majority of people buying them will be using them for). In my opinion, they¡¯re too soft and lack responsiveness for speed work. Be aware that despite the stretchy upper, it is a fairly narrow shoe (I went up nike air max 90 womens for sale a half size), so those with wide feet should look elsewhere.
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