Hi guys I’m looking into trying some trail and fell running what I need is some advice on trail shoes can I get a pair that will be suitable for both I am looking to buy them from Decathlon as they are good price and good quality shoes plus I am not paying over the odds for a brand pair as I have never done it and not sure if I will like it but I’m sure I will I hope someone with trail and fell experience can lead me the right way 😉🏃🏻♂️👍
Trail and fell running questions : Hi guys I’m... - Bridge to 10K
Hi Kev. I don’t have a huge amount of experience. I’ve done a few trail runs and I took part in a 13K Mountain race in November which was across very technical and tricky ground. I ran in my old Brooks GTS 17’s as I didn’t want to destroy my current running shoes. I’ve had no problems running on trails in my regular road running shoes. I embrace the puddle jumping and don’t mind getting my feet wet. I wear stability running shoes and trail shoes are neutral only.
I'm nearly always trail running now. I went out on tarmac this morning. Sun was shining. Easy run became threshold run. Achilles started popping at 5.7 miles. Clearly the Slow in SlowLoris refers to my complete lack of common sense and the speed at which I learn from mistakes.
On a different note, the River Meon Marathon can't be far from you. Tempted?
hope you enjoy it, Great advice already posted. I was wondering this the other day too as to get on trail I would need to run on roads... so was thinking do you just run on trail shoes on the roads too?? or maybe trail and road shoes are the best as ju-ju- says