11:23am, 20 Oct 2012
idioJust cleaned my trail shoes and where i've used them sporadically over the past couple of years to say the least they haven't worn out looks like they have gone mouldy and are starting to fall to bits.
Looking at these wiggle.co.uk as the terrain is mixed from muddy, compacted trail to tarmac. Any experince of them?
11:31am, 20 Oct 2012
JohnnyOI had some of those and they rubbed my instep to bits. Nice shoes, but clearly didn't suit me.
12:40pm, 20 Oct 2012
Old ManI'd have a look at Addidas Kanadia shoes. Good intro shoe for off road and a more realistic price. Don't forget if you go to Start Fitness on line you can get 10% Fetch discount with the code RW10 I believe and a free pair of socks
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