SOTD (Shoes Of The Day)

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Dubai Creek Striders runners (www.dubaicreekstriders.org) reveal the shoes that they like to rock on their Friday morning run

 

Gigi
100km-150km
runner
Adidas Supernova Glide

“I think the glide is good because it’s neutral. I’m petite, so I want my shoe to be lightweight too.” gigi 40Samantha
21km runner
Adidas Supernova Glide

“I choose to wear this for long distance as it has a lot more cushioning and it’s also quite light. It is however, a bit narrow in the toe box for me so I will probably swap to Newtons.” sam 40 Sioned
10km
runner
Saucony

“I bought these in the UK has they have got a little bit of support. I always go for Saucony. They are the perfect fit for me.”

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Ellen
21km
runner
Asics Gel-Nimbus

“They are neutral. I have a neutral foot and they have really good support.” 4 40Aida
42kg runner

Saucony Cortana

“The physio recommended them because they have a wide toe box. They are light and have good cushioning. I bought two pairs!” photo 40Christel
10km runner
Adidas Response Cushion 20

“When I started running I was overpronating so I ran with a support shoe. I then went to a chiropractor and had a few minor adjustments and now I run with a neutral shoe. My pronation has now all gone, so they are suggesting I switch to the Adidas Glide that has less cushioning.” 6 40Rebecca
42kg runner

Saucony Mirage
“I bought these because they were the most similar to the Saucony Guide, which I loved. They are lovely and light. However, for my next purchase I would probably like to go more barefoot.” 5 40Kathryn
21km runner

Saucony Virrata

“I spoke to a running coach as I wanted to move away from built-up shoes. They are not Vibram Fivefingers, not barefoot, but they are pretty flexible. I’m delighted with them.” 2 40

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