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Nike Air Zoom Structure 22

Nike Air Zoom Structure 22

Straight to the point, Nike Air Zoom Structure 22 is a model that will definitely remain in your head and help to solve your running problems if you have atypical feet predispositions such as plantar fascitis or simply when you have a tendency to pronate more than usual. Yes, you are reading correct. These shoes are not just about cushioning as it may seem from the catalogue picture. They definitely offer much more. So, lets take a look at what…

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Adidas Cosmic 2 Sl

Adidas Cosmic 2 Sl

When I saw these shoes approximately two years ago, the first impression was that it looks a bit as a skater shoe or just some fancy shoe for any day, leisure activity. But I would have barely guessed at that time, from the first look, it is a running shoe, that will actually stay with me for another two years until now. So the question of this product review of course is, why did I keep them and how often…

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Nike LunarGlide 9

Nike LunarGlide 9

If you are one of the people often moaning for having very wide, flat feet that require strong arch support, you should definitely put these Nike LunarGlide 9 on your personal wish list. Despite not having the older Nike LunarGlide 8 in my personal shelf, I tried them in the shop as well and compared them a bit with the 9th version so I can say the main differences. Personally, I would say the new LunarGlide 9 is in the…

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Asics Gel Kayano 25

Asics Gel Kayano 25

Having to find an appropriate pair of shoes for your leg imbalances might sometimes seem as a real struggle. If you take a look at most of the running shoes offered on the market, they are predominantly made just for neutral tread runners. But this is definitely not the case of Asics Gel Kayano 25, which is explicitly solving the problem of overpronators. As most of overpronators have wide, flat feet, it seems as if the producer really wanted to…

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