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Push your road running to new heights with the Inov-8® Women's Road Extreme 158 Running Shoes.
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Awesome for what I need
I use these shoes for playing dance games, they have a slick sole with little to get caught on, good for sliding on a smooth surface. Feels true to size, I am a size 7 and got a 7. Nice bright colors. Laces are great and stay tied.Would not recommend for running long distances.
Fit: Feels true to size
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Great Light Running Shoe
These are great running shoes for those acclimated to running shoes with little support. Pros = light weight, 3mm drop, comfortable, LOVE the one sided tongue! Cons = not the best for running in the slightest bit of snow as they have no traction!
MOUNT DESERT, ME
The show is light but the outsole is very sturdy. Color is really bright which I like. The only thing I was not expecting was that the tongue of the shoe was attached on one side instead of just at the front of the shoe. It does not kinder me in anyway but it was just different.
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Imagine standing with your bare feet on the ground. In this natural position the feet are level and there is no difference between the height of the heel and forefoot. When running barefoot (or naturally) the foot will instinctively land on the forefoot rather than the heel. This forefoot landing causes less impact than heel striking as it uses the natural cushioning of the foot and leg. The body's center of gravity moves forward, cadence increases and there is no loss in momentum.
Our footwear is designed around this natural movement. They keep the foot close to the ground so that it can do what it does best. Over the last 30 years a process for selling supportive, heavily cushioned running shoes has developed. Yet, injury rates amongst runners are unchanged. Natural running has been associated with a reduced likelihood of injury and increased speed and efficiency.