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Joseph Britton's Thoughts on the Freerunners

 
Joseph Britton's Thoughts on the Freerunners
Joseph Britton's Thoughts on the Freerunners
Joseph Britton's Thoughts on the Freerunners
 
November 05, 2010 -  Five Ten    
 

Since first lacing up the Freerunners I haven't had to adjust the shoe at all. it fits my foot nearly perfectly. (I feel that the sizes run a little bigger though.) I've worn them almost everyday since I got them and they have broken in rather nicely. I haven't had any problems with bad threading or panel and sole separation. The insole is comfortable and soft; but not overly so, its tough enough to last and withstand a lot of use and impact. The shape of the midsole is great for propelling you forward toward your toes to get the best acceleration and jump possible. The outsole provides great traction on most surfaces.

 

These shoes are comfortable, attractive, and good at doing what they are made for. The only dislike I have is that my feet start to stink a little after wearing them all day. I would personally recommend this shoe to anyone looking for a way to instantly improve their parkour and freerunning abilities.

 

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