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Criteria for shoe reviews

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Jul 2015
3:41pm, 14 Jul 2015
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Fleece and Dust
As is expected mileage...
Jul 2015
5:09pm, 14 Jul 2015
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Hendo
Are they blue. blueshoes
Jul 2015
5:17pm, 14 Jul 2015
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fetcheveryone
And do they light up.
Jul 2015
5:25pm, 14 Jul 2015
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HappyG(rrr)
Sheesh, that was a heck of a meeting... right...

Extras (e.g. extra laces, extra insoles - I got both of these with my Hoka Rapa Nuis, which I thought was really useful)
Specialismness (shut up, it's a word!) - my X-talons are awesome on the rocks n mud, but horrid on tarmac, my Hokas are ace on rocks and road, but terrible on hilly grass and mud. Actually, thinking about it, almost no shoe can do everything. Hmmm.

Agree with Flanker, a lot of it is subjective, but there will be room for comments so folk can read words beside the numbers. :-) G
Jul 2015
7:15pm, 14 Jul 2015
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seratonin
Some good comments made so far. I am with Fleecy, the expected mileage is a key factor though this tough to calculate...........
Jul 2015
11:05pm, 14 Jul 2015
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Kieren
weight

heel to toe drop
Jul 2015
11:32pm, 14 Jul 2015
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flanker
Happy - I'm fine in my x-talons on tarmac. I could quite happily run a road marathon in them (although it'd kill the studs!). Which I think illustrates the problem: they'll be so many conflicting views that it may leave the reader more confused than at the start.
Jul 2015
11:32pm, 14 Jul 2015
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flanker
or maybe I need a new glass that comes half full :-)

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