Skechers GOrun 2|
The Bare-Feet Feel
March 18, 2013
Reviewer: Raco from Spring, Texas
I am particularly fond of Skechers because of the favorability of Price/Benefit-Value combination. The shoe acts as a shock absorber to ankle, knee and calf, while neutralizing the strain on the toe box. The soft upper material is comfortable and allows whole-feet ventilation. I would have liked the width to be a little more generous per size, and size a bit more true to label claim, particularly so, because the tongue is sewed to the upper shoe-body walls, thereby causing a slight restriction in width. However, it is a great shoe without any regrets, and all the comforts expected of a great shoe.
Wears this shoe: Five times per week, five miles each time, power-walking.
Merrell Trail Glove|
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: Zack from North Idaho
These shoes are awesome if you want to strengthen your feet for trail running. I like to use them because I like making my body stronger in every way possible. Do be careful if you have never really run barefoot. You need to work up to regular running in these shoes if you are used to using tennis shoes. The intricate muscles of your foot are worked much more by this style of running, but if you want a challenge, or just like to strengthen your body every way possible, these are for you.
Wears this shoe: Running
Merrell Radius Glove Canvas|
Way better looking in person than on the website.
March 06, 2013
Reviewer: PraiseDog from Connecticut
These are great looking shoes. So much so that when I was talking about returning the other shoes I got on the same order, my girlfriend got all worried that I was going to return these.I love the Merrell barefoot shoe line. I don't run in them. I wear them all the time due to a back injury. Walking like I am barefoot is much less jarring on my back than wearing padded sneakers. My only complaint is that they are suede and canvas, so unlike the other Merrell barefoot shoes they can not be washed in the laundry.
Wears this shoe: All the time
Merrell Reach Glove Canvas|
February 18, 2013
Reviewer: Tarmac from Norman, Ok
I would have given this shoe a 5 star rating, except I also have the leather version and it is better looking. I highly recommend both models, more comfortable than sandals.
Wears this shoe: Almost all the time
Merrell Reach Glove|
Big difference Reach vs Radius Glove
December 18, 2012
Reviewer: mcdee from Northern California
I initially purchased both shoes as the difference was the reach is a tie and the radius is a slip on. I first received the reach and it is very light weight, comfortable with a nice snug fit. I then ordered the radius as I preferred the look/picture of the slip on but it felt like a completely different shoe. The radius was very uncomfortable, it felt a whole size lagers and much wider, even with thick socks it felt too big. I thought maybe it was a wide width but not so. Needless to say I returned the radius and kept the reach, still surprised but how different they fit.
Wears this shoe: Casual
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