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Neutral Trainer Advice

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Dec 2015
8:08pm, 30 Dec 2015
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sioux
Oh. Kinvara 5 not 4
Dec 2015
8:15pm, 30 Dec 2015
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jennywren
I always ran in Kinvaras (the 2s were my favourite) - they're lovely and light but with the right amount of cushioning. Have to have Hokas now cos of me dodgy hip
Dec 2015
8:36pm, 30 Dec 2015
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sioux
I see NB 880 come in diff widths Xskinny, skinny, standard, wide, Xwide.

No idea what to go for if I opt for those.

What a Hoka like Jennywren
Jan 2016
10:32am, 4 Jan 2016
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Old Man
Kinvara's are for forefoot strikers, there is no heel support. Completely different to Waveriders, you'll tell imeadiately when you squeeze the heel cup
Jan 2016
11:23am, 4 Jan 2016
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sioux
I've gone NB 880 for now. Waiting for them to arrive.

Sounds like Kinvara may not suit me anyway if for forefoot strikers.

Will keep you posted

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Maintained by Sushi.
I've run in Mizuno Waveriders for yrs.
Current pair are the first No18's that I've had.
I seem ...

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