"GOrun most definitely requires an adaptation period for those who currently run in more conventional shoes.When we built the GOrun, we were aiming for a minimal shoe with cushioning or a transitional shoe for runners transitioning to minimal or barefoot running (promoting midfoot strike, more natural foot movement, great feel, etc) and for those runners influenced by the minimal trend who simply want to run in a shoe more towards that direction (minimal but with adequate cushioning for training and longer runs where cushioning is needed.)"Only runners who embraced minimalist types of shoes, like Vibram Five Fingers or Vivobarefoot, will find GOrun easy to run in. The rest simply must go through typical motion start wearing them for casual walks, rotating with regular running shoes, during short and slow jogging workouts. Eventually the shoes will be great to run in, but this process takes time.The Resalyte outsole is extremely flexible, lightweight and soft. There is a significant cushioning in the midfoot area, however the foot will easily feel the profile of the trail and toes will spread on impact in the wide toebox.Numerous round pods serve as efficient surface anchors. Some of them are made from high abrasion rubber, for added traction control and extended durability. The most of them are in the midfoot area, where GOrun has its "sweet point. "One may expect to run up to 100 miles in these, however some testers logged up to 400 miles, rather rare for ultralight running flats (around 6.9oz for Men's size 9.)GOrun continues a tradition of rocker shoes, with rounded heel and the outsole bending on contact and filling the arch of the foot from inside Resalyte is that soft. Flat footed runners may experience some discomfort, since the outsole is the thickest at the midfoot point (19mm with a 4mm drop from heel to ball) and while landing on the midfoot to forefoot (which is expected for this design) the extra cushion will press against the bottom of the foot.The inside is quite interesting as well. GOrun incorporates Ortholite foam as a sockliner. It breaths and thus dries quickly and lasts much longer than EVA based sockliners. It is also antimicrobial. People preferring sockless running will feel right at home with this one.The sewn in tongue prevents from sliding to the lateral side. Though there are other ways to do this, this is a very effective solution. And for the GOrun, since the upper is so stretchy, entry into the shoe is still easy. even without unlacing the shoe. Also, this design helps keep small pebbles out for those who like to trail run. The toe box is roomy enough for relative wide feet, offering enough space, without rubbing against the skin.Many runners noticed Meb Keflezighi improving his PR in marathon and winning the Olympic Trails while wearing the GOrun, which he trains in. "His race version, GOrace, is stiffer and firmer, and custom built for Meb's narrow feet and personal racing needs", says Stockbridge.GOrun is a surprisingly well designed shoe, helping runners drop bad habits of landing on the heel and moving the landing zone towards the midfoot area. When incorporating GOrun into weekly running, routine runners have to exercise some patience and caution. Doing so will be a rewarding experience. The running posture will improve, foot muscle will get stronger and the risk of injury will be diminished. 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This is my account of the devastation that is shoe shopping when you are tall or have larger size feet. up until now :) Low Heels are in, High heels are outThe return of the low heelI read an interesting article today stating that High heels are on the way down and low heels are on the way up, in the fashion stakes that is. It was an ecstatic moment for me seeing as I have recently launched my new ladies footwear business, specialising in lower heels and larger sizes for Women. Not since the 1960's have low heeled shoes had such popularity which has been a problem for me since 1976 (I swear I was born feet first and even my baby booties were too small). Being 6 foot, I have spent many nights out in ill fitting high heels towering over friends or worse my boyfriend. Why do I say ill fitting? Since I wear a size 10.5 to 11 shoe, a size which is rarely available in most shoe stores, I have been forced on many occasions to squeeze my feet into a size 10 hoping that the shoes would stretch to give me at least a modicum of comfort. they didn't of course thank goodness for Ebay. I thought maybe I should start hanging out with basketball teams or perhaps even start looking for taller boyfriends when it occurred to me to just design the shoes myself! There is a strange misconception in the footwear industry that if you have large feet you will require a ridiculously high heel or if you are super tall you will only want to wear ballet flats! Well, I am here to tell you that this is just not the case and tall ladies with large feet (that fit into this almost non existent footwear category) want to be able to buy gorgeous shoes just like those with small feet are able to buy whenever and wherever they want, only with a smaller heel. Meaning it's a brand new heel that's a mix on the kitten and the block heel by calling them the Low Heel look. I have recently launched my own footwear business specialising in low heeled shoes for ladies and larger sizes for Ladies from size 7 to size 14. What type of heel is your favourite? For example kitten heel, block heel? What heel height would you prefer? Please comment on the style of shoes that you would like to see with a lower heel we love feedback to ensure we are creating the perfect shoes for you :) mcajaclyn 17 months ago It's funny i was always a platform type girl since i am only 5'1" but since i have had kids i tend to go with the flat or lower heel b/c it is easier especially when they are infants and you need to carry the infant carseat around. 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In partnership with Allstate Life Insurance Company, Give Your Sole is collecting shoes from Dallas runners this week in conjunction with the Allstate Life Insurance Dallas 13.1 Marathon. Runners can donate their shoes at packet pick up locations, before the race, and after the race. Runners who generously donate their racing shoes at the finish line will be given a free pair of flip flops to wear home. Wicus says that Give Your Sole focuses on helping people in the local race community. Shoes gathered during the Dallas 13.1 Marathon will be donated to Dallas' Union Gospel Mission. "The partnership that occurred allows us to impact the lives of people who are less fortunate in Dallas," says Wicus. "Everyone has a pair of shoes that they are not using. This is a great resource to further the life of that shoe." Around 3,000 runners are expected to participate in the second year of the Dallas 13.1 Marathon on Saturday, October 27. at the Dallas Performing Arts Center. 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