A shoe made for everyday use, quick/short runs, and working out is the New Balance Roav v2. It is effective for each of its goals, but not particularly effective for any one of them.
adidas wrote in its promotional materials that the 4DFWD are supposed to make the runner feel like he or she is running fast. It feels like it – the shoes seem very bouncy. Despite their rather high weight, they bounce pleasantly, but time measurements indicate that the speed is no different than usual on my route. That is, the forward-pushing, springy movement of the polymer is balanced by softness. It’s hard to say how the 4DFWD would have performed at a faster run – 3:00/km, for example. I spared it this type of testing, treating it as a shoe for run-ups.
There are some clothes, shoes and accessories that each of us should have in our closet. Among them is Reebok Classic shoes, which only on the surface look like sports sneakers, because they can be matched to many styles, including elegant ones. Where did Reebok Classic shoes come from and what should you wear them with?