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The Under Armour 'fat tire' running shoe

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by Craig Payne, Apr 10, 2015.

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    Oh no - whatever next?
    Hopefully we are not going to be indoctrinated by maximalists juice bar theories, or soon they'll have us gaffa taping Growbags to our feet, recreating the barefoot/natural maximal feel.

    Meanwhile elsewhere on the planet the 'overwhelming majority' continue to purchase running shoes that fit and are comfortable to run in - strange that.
     
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    Tecnica have added a whole lot of fat at well in the new Max 2.0
     

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  5. Tecnica may as well have just put the Hoka logo on the side of this shoe!!:cool:
     
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    Zoot now added some cushioning:
     

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