Each running shoe has intrinsic technical characteristics that make it unique and different from all the others.
Each of us has the opportunity to find his ideal shoe among many models.
With the technical specifications that we attribute we try to give an objective evaluation of each shoe.
Each person knows himself and above all his limits and the use he will make of the shoe and must therefore be able to interpret the data according to his specific situation.
Category: represents the level of cushioning of the shoe, according to our experience and our feelings in testing them
Offset: this is an objective data, it represents the difference in height between the heel and the tip of the shoe
Weight: the weight in g of the model, in the central number (different from man to woman)
Ideal for: here you will find a summary of the typical user of the shoe, also specifying the athlete’s physical characteristics and type of activity
Athlete’s weight: this data is estimated based on the structure of the shoe and the level of cushioning, other aspects should also be considered, such as height, athletic preparation and any physical problems regressed or in development
Running pace: this data is also estimated based on the structure of the shoe and the level of cushioning. Like the data of the athlete’s weight, it will also have to consider other factors that can make it more or less likely.
It is therefore clear that the technical specifications we propose for each shoe must be considered on the basis of one’s subjective condition and do not represent rules to be followed to the letter but suggestions that can help in choosing the correct shoe.