Mens Asics Patriot 6 Running Shoe Trainer Only £22.49 @ SportShoes.com With Code
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Mens Asics Patriot 6 Running Shoe Trainer Only £22.49 @ SportShoes.com With Code

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Found 22nd Feb 2014
These are in the sale and priced @ £24.99 but add the code LM210P for 10% off and free delivery. Also if you are with Quidco, you'll get another 10% off.

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Slightly nicer asics trainer from sportsshoes imho.
credit to wheresmylaptop

Not a bad price.

I paid £13 for a black pair of Patriot 6 @ Very recently and price went back up to £22 (half price) a few days later. They were also selling mens Lahar 5 for £25 so I bought 3 pairs.

Edited by: "Speculator" 22nd Feb 2014

just ordered all worked - thanks

Don't forget: these have a very stacked sole, and significant heel/toe drop. Nature didn't intend us to run in such a way, so beware of biomechanical injuries if buying these.

http://www.sportsshoes.com/product/new690128/new-balance-minimus-mr10v2-running-shoes/

These are a better alternative. Granted, more expensive, but different class.

I wouldn't run any serious distance in these

omtom23

Don't forget: these have a very stacked sole, and significant heel/toe … Don't forget: these have a very stacked sole, and significant heel/toe drop. Nature didn't intend us to run in such a way, so beware of biomechanical injuries if buying these.


Are these designed for pronation, over pronation or natural running styles. Not everyone runs as nature intended.
I've used Asics gt10 and 20 series before and they suit my gait perfectly.

omtom23

http://www.sportsshoes.com/product/new690128/new-balance-minimus-mr10v2-running-shoes/These are a better alternative. Granted, more expensive, but different class.



How do these compare to conventional NBs. I run in NB970s but lately have been getting tight calves, sports injury therapist says there is no rupture or tear just tight.

Sizing - do you need to go a half size up in these? I generally do with conventional NB running shoes.

Oneday77

Are these designed for pronation, over pronation or natural running … Are these designed for pronation, over pronation or natural running styles. Not everyone runs as nature intended.I've used Asics gt10 and 20 series before and they suit my gait perfectly.



The advertised shoe by the OP is a neutral shoe. The Minimus that I posted is a minimal/barefoot shoe. Granted, not for everyone, but on evidence base, we should all be moving towards this type. Some articles go as far as suggesting that the more stacked shoes make us more prone to injury. There are some excellent running books out there to compliment gait-styles, and transition into a more natural gait: "Chi Running" is worth a read, it really knocked my 10k time down.

omtom23

The advertised shoe by the OP is a neutral shoe. The Minimus that I … The advertised shoe by the OP is a neutral shoe. The Minimus that I posted is a minimal/barefoot shoe. Granted, not for everyone, but on evidence base, we should all be moving towards this type. Some articles go as far as suggesting that the more stacked shoes make us more prone to injury. There are some excellent running books out there to compliment gait-styles, and transition into a more natural gait: "Chi Running" is worth a read, it really knocked my 10k time down.


When I was running, I was used to wearing Asics GT1140s but they wore out. I stupidly bought some natural NBs and couldn't run a 10k anymore. It resulted in unbearable pain in my shins. I went back to my 1140s just before I ran a half Marathon and ran 1h51m so gait correcting trainers are worth while.
I'd much rather run with padding in my soles to reduce knee wear than run 'barefoot' just because a few studies say its great. Also having walked various long distance routes in Scotland in well broken in boots and suffered sole fatigue 'Barefoot' shoes couldn't be further from my shopping list.

Oneday77

When I was running, I was used to wearing Asics GT1140s but they wore … When I was running, I was used to wearing Asics GT1140s but they wore out. I stupidly bought some natural NBs and couldn't run a 10k anymore. It resulted in unbearable pain in my shins. I went back to my 1140s just before I ran a half Marathon and ran 1h51m so gait correcting trainers are worth while.I'd much rather run with padding in my soles to reduce knee wear than run 'barefoot' just because a few studies say its great. Also having walked various long distance routes in Scotland in well broken in boots and suffered sole fatigue 'Barefoot' shoes couldn't be further from my shopping list.



Like I say. Each to their own. I ran a half marathon in minimalist shoes in 1.19: again, it's not one size fits all. But, with regards to knee stress, you get so much more loading force through the knees due to built up shoes, as you are altered so much biomechamically. In minimalist shoes, in a mid to forefoot foot-strike, you utilise plantarflexion much more efficiently: this lends to less hyperextension at the knee, and will minimise medial loading of the medial-condyle and tibial plateau. Running shoes are very misunderstood, and the big sports companies are laughing.

Thanks, ordered! Hot from me!

omtom23

Like I say. Each to their own. I ran a half marathon in minimalist shoes … Like I say. Each to their own. I ran a half marathon in minimalist shoes in 1.19: again, it's not one size fits all. But, with regards to knee stress, you get so much more loading force through the knees due to built up shoes, as you are altered so much biomechamically. In minimalist shoes, in a mid to forefoot foot-strike, you utilise plantarflexion much more efficiently: this lends to less hyperextension at the knee, and will minimise medial loading of the medial-condyle and tibial plateau. Running shoes are very misunderstood, and the big sports companies are laughing.



what ever you say..

omtom23

Like I say. Each to their own. I ran a half marathon in minimalist shoes … Like I say. Each to their own. I ran a half marathon in minimalist shoes in 1.19: again, it's not one size fits all. But, with regards to knee stress, you get so much more loading force through the knees due to built up shoes, as you are altered so much biomechamically. In minimalist shoes, in a mid to forefoot foot-strike, you utilise plantarflexion much more efficiently: this lends to less hyperextension at the knee, and will minimise medial loading of the medial-condyle and tibial plateau. Running shoes are very misunderstood, and the big sports companies are laughing.


Couldn't agree more, shame no one is listening.

ordered --- thanks op

Thanks for the code

The wealth of knowledge on this forum astounds me. It's very kind of those who have some background in the field to share their experiences like some if the posters above.

Makes a nice change from the usual trolls on other forums. Great community here.

reutunes

The wealth of knowledge on this forum astounds me. It's very kind of … The wealth of knowledge on this forum astounds me. It's very kind of those who have some background in the field to share their experiences like some if the posters above.Makes a nice change from the usual trolls on other forums. Great community here.



There are some great folks on here: but still the odd negative, sarcastic comments but just gotta let those comments wash over.

I over pronate badly so barefoot training shoes are a massive no for me. Even my ordianry shoes and trainers wear the outsides quickly so i'm interested to know why people recommend minimalist shoes as i also suffer with sore knees and shins. I went to a specialist running shop,did the treadmill and cera thing and was told i needed shoes to suit, can someone explain why i should reconsider ? Thanks in advance.

Very hot cheers for this and size 12 :-) ordered :-)

Thanks for the code!

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mygoditsfullofst

I over pronate badly so barefoot training shoes are a massive no for me. … I over pronate badly so barefoot training shoes are a massive no for me. Even my ordianry shoes and trainers wear the outsides quickly so i'm interested to know why people recommend minimalist shoes as i also suffer with sore knees and shins. I went to a specialist running shop,did the treadmill and cera thing and was told i needed shoes to suit, can someone explain why i should reconsider ? Thanks in advance.



Not everyone is suited to barefoot running despite what some may say, not all runners have the same gait

Sport shoes declined my Quidco - I have raised a claim but I don't think I will see it / so don't bank on the extra 10%

Do they do these in size 6 pls?

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Code worked for me. Ordered.

thanks!

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