Well there, I finally ran in a pair of Puma Mobiums that fit they way they are supposed to.
Thank you again Katie K. and family for the early Christmas gift.
Yes, they are bright.
They are definitely “Harold” shoes, it just took a mile or so to figure out how best to run in them.
The Swiftstrikes have a very different feel to them when I first started running in them, it was…well clunky. For the first 100 yards, the heel-to-toe transition was horrible, they slapped the ground, were loud and if I had been at a running store, doing a fitting I would have turned around and just said no.
I thought during that time what kind of mistake did I do?
However, I was pretty much committed to running with Bennie and he doesn’t take kindly to cutting his run short — unless he wants to. Yeah, he becomes an unbearable pain in the arse to be around.
So I kept going. Continue reading
What can I say – other than this will more than likely be my running shoe of the year for 2016. High praise to say the least for a shoe that I have only 50 miles on.
Harold aren’t you the one who says, 50 mile reviews are often fool’s gold!
Yeah and I will be the first one to say it on almost any shoe I run in the future.
However, the Adios Boost 3’s run different from any other running shoe that I have ever run in – in a great way.
They are listed as a marathon racing shoe, but for me at least they will be my race day shoe and if I am honest with myself and was not so much of a shoe snob who wants more than one pair of running shoes going at a time, they probably would work as my daily trainers too, especially if I was really into more minimalist running shoes.
About the only things the Adios Boost 3’s do not work too well for is my recovery runs. When I run in them, I just naturally (without too much effort) run faster, which defeats the purpose of a recovery run.
Enough of the glowing introduction.
I think you can guess that I sort of like them – so far.