Tag Archives: obstacle racing shoes

Re-review of Reebok Super OCR Shoe

My  Reebok Supers have now been battle-tested in 2 pretty difficult races (Indiana Spartan Sprint and Mud Guts & Glory).  As promised, I have more to add to my initial reactions.  I’ve read virtually every web review and comment about these [...]
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Salomon Fellraiser Review

I now own a pair of Salomon Fellraisers.  If nothing else, the shoe’s name is cool as heck.  Salomon describes the shoe as designed for ground feel, mud/snow grip, & to be lightweight.  Sounds good! My first thoughts out of the box were [...]
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Inov-8 Roclite 295 Review

Two training runs, 1 race in snowy, frigid temps, 1 OCR boot camp, and 1 day of hiking in my new Inov-8 Roclite 295s.  That should be ample enough wear to give them a proper review.  My first thought when I put them on was “sturdy, but [...]
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Inov-8 Trailroc 245 Review

As of today, the Inov-8 Trailroc 245 is now a serious rival to the Inov-8 X-Talon 212 as my favorite racing shoe.  I’ve tested it in 3 different races with 3 different types of terrain: flat, relatively non-muddy runners type of race (Extreme [...]
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Shoes for Obstacle Racing and Training

I’m not a shoe guy.  I’m really not.  Until a year ago, I would have 2 pairs of sneakers, tennis shoes, gym shoes, athletic shoes or whatever term you call them in your part of the world.  My “good pair” was the shoes that I [...]
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