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- Materiale suola: Gomma
- Chiusura: Stringata
- Larghezza scarpa: Normale
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- Dimensioni del collo : 35.81 x 22.61 x 13.46 cm; 962 grammi
- Disponibile su Amazon.it a partire dal : 24 agosto 2019
- Produttore : ALTRA
- ASIN : B07NBMHJRG
- Numero modello articolo : ALM1912X
- Categoria : Uomo
Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 39.801 in Sport e tempo libero (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Sport e tempo libero)
- n.113 in Scarpe da Trail Running uomo
- Recensioni dei clienti:
ALTRA VANISH-XC [LIME BLACK]The Altra Vanish-XC is an ultra lightweight cross country racer with an open mesh upper. The midsole comes equipped with Max-LT cushioning for an incredible cushion-to-weight ratio and perfect response. The strategically placed rubber "spikes" on the outsole provide secure traction and grip. textile upper textile lining synthetic sole open mesh upper highly breathable FootShape toebox Max-LT cushioning heel to toe drop 0mm weight: 145g (single shoe, size 42.5)
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On a short, hilly (and again, pavement) run the first time, I was blown away by the speed of this shoe - and the comfort. I love a flexible shoe, and it fit my feet like a glove. I normally wear a Size 10 men’s running shoe, and this fit true to form.
Extending the runs from 2.5 miles to 3.5, again, the shoe came through. This time, there was about a 1/2 mile of dirt trails, and the length of the run was not an issue.
Since then, I’ve alternated between shorter and longer runs, running every other day, gradually working my way to 9.5 miles today, with some hills thrown in although mostly flat, and all pavement. When I hit an hour, I could feel a bit of fatigue, but since I normally don’t do anything over 9K, I can’t really blame the shoe. It continued to feel good on my feet, and I was pleasantly surprised by rapid recovery after the run.
I can’t assess longevity yet; I probably have 90 or so miles on these, and there is a little wear on some of the tread, but it’s negligible. Other than the soft knit build that could tear, the build appears solid.
I’m not a professional runner or racer - I’m 56, 5 foot 7, weighing about 160. I’ve worked my way into lighter, lower drop shoes over the past several years, and it’s helped really improve my overall performance and comfort. Some will shudder, but I also don’t stretch beforehand, choosing to “shake things out” extensively, which makes me feel limber from beginning to end. I do “lean on” principles from Danny Dreyer’s Chi Running, which also has made a tremendous difference in my gait, stamina, and injury prevention.
NET: A terrific running shoe for any surface, the best in my collection right now (and I’ve tried a lot).
So I ordered a pair to try on. I'd read online that it could be good to order up a bit, so I went up a size from my usual U.S. 12. Lengthwise, the fit was perfect, with a thumb's width from my big toe to the front of the shoe, and the forefoot space was equally great. Unfortunately, when I stood up, I couldn't help noticing how sloppy the shoes felt from my metatarsals back, even with the narrower heel cup. I tried adjusting the laces all sorts of ways, but there was just no way to keep my foot, especially my heel, from drifting from side to side. I took the shoes off and compared them to my Escalantes, and, right off the bat, I noticed that the heel cup rose over 0.5" higher on the XCs than on the Escalantes, which both prevented my heel from fitting back against the heel cup and forced the heel cup to dig into my achilles. Pushing my heels back just made the upper crimp uncomfortably around my midfoot, and I knew that if the shoes didn't fit right while standing, they definitely weren't going to while running.
That said, I liked the way the firmer MaxLT midsole felt, and I can imagine that the airy upper would be very freeing for someone whose foot fills the shoe out better; unfortunately, this initial version was a no-go for me, and I'll be waiting for the 1.5 in hopes of a more dialed-in fit.