Sketchers Vanish 3

  1. With how the shoe is constructed, and how it feels on the run, the shoe depends a lot on the ankle complex and lower leg structures for it to work. So the basic requirements for running in minimalist shoes would run true for me here. Again, with how narrow the shoe is, you would need that proprioception control and postural stability to get most of this shoe.
  2. The shoe is a specialist. So I would only really want to use it for tempo days or workouts. For those who want a shoe just to grind miles or a shoe that can do everything, probably other models would be well worth a consideration
  3. You need to get used to a mono mesh upper. I would imagine many would feel that the upper does not fit into their concept of a comfortable upper.

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Warren Song

Warren Song

A Podiatrist who just loves footwear. Currently running with the Endorphin Shift 2, Velocity 1 and 880v11. Follow me! https://www.strava.com/athletes/warrens0ng