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Bare-XF 210

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Mar 2012
1:03pm, 4 Mar 2012
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JohnnyO
Seconded
Mar 2012
1:04pm, 4 Mar 2012
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JohnnyO
Also
Does anybody fancy telling me what these terrafly doodads are?
Mar 2012
1:15pm, 4 Mar 2012
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GregP
I feel some Road-Xs coming to Chelmer Village soon :)
Mar 2012
1:17pm, 4 Mar 2012
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GregP
I fear the Terrafly may be ideal for the Benfleet 15 on a dry day and little else?
Mar 2012
1:30pm, 4 Mar 2012
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JohnnyO
They do look to be a bit lost.
Would they compare to my North Face Single Tracks?
MH
Mar 2012
1:32pm, 4 Mar 2012
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MH
I bought a pair of the new terrafly shoes in the US. I like them, a lot. Been running in Flites which, whilst I like, are a little too slim for my wider forefoot (due to very attractive hallux valgus) and I was starting to get blood blisters where my foot was probably coming into contact with the road over the sole - plus holes were appearing early on that part of the shoe. The Terraflys are working fine for me, and I wanted something that would work off road as well. They have a goretex lining so are fine in the wet, and sole seem fine also. I haven't tested them in more extreme conditions yet. I guess some might not find them minimal enough, but my feet are thanking me.
(odd how the US get loads more colour options in Inov-8 shoes....)
Mar 2012
1:33pm, 4 Mar 2012
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GregP
Without googling I sternly suspect yes. If road shoes are a stool, and trail shoes are another stool, these would appear to be the gap.
Mar 2012
1:33pm, 4 Mar 2012
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GregP
X-post, apologies MH.

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