More Mile Trail Trainer - £28.98 includes delivery use MEGA20 from Express Trainers
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More Mile Trail Trainer - £28.98 includes delivery use MEGA20 from Express Trainers

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Found 11th Jan
A decent trail trainer thats already well priced against the likes of INOV8, great grip on them - only gripe is you really have to go up a full size, very small fitting but highly recommended. If you dont do loads of running but maybe do a parkrun on grass a great option without spending a fortune!

Other websites are similar priced but have delivery on top - even at usual price I would say well worth the money.

Multiple colours sizes 7/8/9 looks to be available - if you need bigger go on moremiles website they too have 20% off their price not sure of cost of delivery
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Cycling_chum2 m ago

More mile cheaper her - use code sports20 for additional 20% …More mile cheaper her - use code sports20 for additional 20% offhttps://www.sportssize.com/more-mile-r66-mens-running-shoes-blue-mm2448.html


different trainer altogether but may suit some, not a trail trainer though
dazzler3031 m ago

different trainer altogether but may suit some, not a trail trainer though


Trail trainers on same site. Couldn't be bothered to search properly sorry. Did vote deal hot but be warned no way near quality of inov8
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Cant knock the quality so far, but they are nowhere near the price of Inov8 either, as I said could be good for someone doing smaller runs like a muddy parkrun or an infrequent runner who doesnt want to or cant afford to shell out. Saying that a few of our regular running club members do use them. and they have more grip than my speedcross. Inov8 have a massive range easy to choose the wrong model
dazzler3033 m ago

Cant knock the quality so far, but they are nowhere near the price of …Cant knock the quality so far, but they are nowhere near the price of Inov8 either, as I said could be good for someone doing smaller runs like a muddy parkrun or an infrequent runner who doesnt want to or cant afford to shell out. Saying that a few of our regular running club members do use them. and they have more grip than my speedcross. Inov8 have a massive range easy to choose the wrong model


Used them for trail run as was attracted by price. Poor fit and didn't stand up to the job. Got some new balance for a similar price which do the job nicely. Good for infrequent use.
I've a pair of 'Cheviot pace' that I use for trail running when it's really muddy and they're great for the price. I have some posh trail trainers too (Saucony, New Balance) and although the posh ones are better made, the More Mile ones grip as well as any of them in mud. They're perfectly comfortable too.

Main issues is that the insoles are glued which is daft in trail shoes because you want to take them out to dry them, and I they aren't any good on wet rock/pavement.

Size-wise I would recomend the same size as Adidas if you know your Adidas size.
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did 11 miles at the weekend - really good grip, not remotely waterproof - but they dont say they are ! They were really comfortable for me, better than my Speedcross - pleased so far ! 20 miles next sunday - we will see how they like that!
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