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Adidas kanadia

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Aug 2012
1:08pm, 16 Aug 2012
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Iris
Has anyone tried them? I'm looking at new trail shoes for the winter and these are a really good price. I've had Asics Toranas but fancy a change. Kanadias are neutral and I over pronate but that's not such an issue offroad anyway is it?
Aug 2012
1:12pm, 16 Aug 2012
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paul296
Great for offroad/multi-terrain runs - and can often be sourced for £30-£40.
Just beware of sizing, I need a whole size larger in these shoes than any other - heard this a lot.
Aug 2012
1:13pm, 16 Aug 2012
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Cat the Dog
I've got these and like them v much! They are made very small though, I had to go up half a size on my normal running shoe size.
Aug 2012
1:13pm, 16 Aug 2012
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Hills of Death (HOD)
I brought a pair on cheap for £38 grass was dry seemed to give me a bit of blistering need to try them when moist really
Aug 2012
1:16pm, 16 Aug 2012
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fleecy
I have 2 pairs and love em, up a whole size for me.
Aug 2012
1:18pm, 16 Aug 2012
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paul296
Iris - if you're in the East Mids I've had two pairs both from the Adidas Outlet store at the Designer Outet Village place near the M1/A38 close to Mansfield. It's the luck of the draw whether they have any in stock though, but got some last month for £35.
Aug 2012
1:21pm, 16 Aug 2012
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Iris
I had a look there on Monday Paul, none in stock but sports direct have loads. I'm a size 6 but run in a 7, I probably need to try some on really.
Aug 2012
1:30pm, 16 Aug 2012
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fleecy
Sports direct is awful but it's where I buy mine from, and my trainers for aerobics. They have a very good trail shoe selection in my local one actually, lots of NB as well as Kanadias. I suppose they need to have some redeeming features :)
Aug 2012
1:58pm, 16 Aug 2012
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Cat the Dog
Got mine at Sports Direct too. Agree that it's an awful shop, and it took ages to get an assistant to help, but at least I got to try them on.

I'm a 5 in "normal" shoes and got a 6.5!
Aug 2012
2:54pm, 16 Aug 2012
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Naive Steve
Iris, Kanadias were my first trail shoe and I love(d) them. I over pronate and had no problems off road, and even on the road sections to the trails which was sometimes a couple of miles either way.

I bought my normal shoe size in my usual naive way, and at times have suffered from blisters using them so would recommend taking others' advice here and going up a size or so.

And I don't need any at the moment but saw them in Sports Direct for £38 the other day and was very tempted, if fact I may go and have a look now...

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