As I have planned, I got myself a new running shoes. I have been looking for a good pair (preferably with a hint of pink or orange) and I instantly fell in love with this very light and flexible shoes in the "Barefoot Ride" section of the Nike Greenbelt 3 store. I actually saw another style that I like but it's a little on the heavier side and I don't really foresee myself running in puddles so it being water resistant is not that big of a plus at this point. Maybe, I will get it some other time.
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And this morning, I tested the shoe and run for an hour and a half at the University of the Philippines oval. It's my first time to run there and I really liked the area. There were lots of trees and it wasn't so hot. Today will definitely not be the last. I will be back UP! Wait for me...
- Breathable mesh upper for comfort
- Fused Phylite midsole and outsole for an ultra-lightweight, resilient ride
- Carbon rubber inserts at high-wear areas of the outsole for enhanced durability
- No-sew upper contours to the foot for a comfortable, barefoot-like fit
- Deep outsole flex grooves for natural range of motion and flexibility