As a 68 yr old who has run several marathons, the last being the London when I was 60, and two half marathons the Conwy in ´14&´15 I have at last found my ideal running shoe. Did the ´14 in torins and the ´15 in Olympus 1.5´s. I prefer the torin2.0 over both of these, they gives me better cushioning than the former and are lighter and more elegant than the latter. I may not be fast but now am convinced I´ll be up for the conwy´16 provided I do a few more miles in these wonderful runners. Fletch.
Wow amazing really comfy took my running to a total different level
Le père indigne
http://lepereindigne.blogspot.ch/2016/12/test-en-paterindignite-altra-torin-20.html Good shoes, the first full release above
I think I found the right shoe for me the drop, scratch scared me however no problem to tda and calves, wide l'avempide then is good for my foot, wearing them seem slippers with the right cushioning, I do not think I will change more. ... goodbye asics nimbus .....
With today is the third exit I do and I have to say that I am surprised. Leaving aside the characteristic wide forefoot had some concerns about whether they were of zero drop. For now, the only use for short trips, 10 to 14 km, but I must say that l'indolenzimento calf, had in the first outing, it's just a memory. As soon as I filed the Nimbus I use for long and it will take another few races. The only drawback, for me, I find it slightly stiffer than Asics.
These shoes are really good! I am 4to couple of Another who use and improve each time! Recommended
good good shoes! !
Love this shoe. I have wide feet, and this is the first shoe that fits perfectly. the best part of the shoe is that it is a zero drop shoe combined with the hefty reduction. easy is it also. highly recommended