Get more info...

Custom Search

Friday, November 6, 2009

Saucony Fastwitch 3

Dunno what to say,just kinda curious.I never wear this shoes,never touch this shoes and even never try this shoes at all!But i just kind of like the shoes very much looking at its appearance and design which cater for the racer out there.

So i just search abit of article in the website which hopefully can help me to solve some of the question regarding this shoes.Through my own experience by judging at its design n appearance i can sense that its kinda like the mizuno wave precision wear by ida,Han and also little bit like Chan de Adidas Ozwego.

I dunno whether this shoes will be my next shoes,but its not a new shoes anymore.If no mistake its been out last year.This shoes i can say good for 10k but the website article did mention also good for marathon..Dunno leh,really must try before you wan buy it!1 thing that i really give it added value is the shoes colour which really make me exciting about it.Think more about the shoes you guys can just type its name Saucony Fastwitch 3 to check it out.

Below is some of the article i got frm othe site.Enjoy!

  • Brand - Saucony
  • Model - Grid Fastwitch 3
  • Type - Stability
  • Cushioning - Light Cushioning
  • Weight - Male 210g Female 175g
  • Main purpose - racing shoe

The new Fastwitch 3 develops Saucony's very successful lightweight racing shoe one step further. The mesh upper has been upgraded again to improve comfort, moisture management and airflow. The shoe is now lighter than it's predecessor, but still offers the raceday medial support of the previous Fastwitch 2 Endurance. The women's Fastwitch 3 has good cushioning and just enough support for distances up to half marathon.

Additional Features

MIDSOLE: EVA midsole
i Grid lightweight cushioning
HRC Strobel Board
Dual density

The latest version of the Fastwitch can safely be described as a racing flat for everyone from underpronators to moderate overpronators. (Unlike many racing flats, the Fastwitch is built in both men's and women's sizes.) It includes all of the best features of a moderate stability trainer scaled down slightly to give it a go-fast feel. Despite its flyweight feel and ultra flexible forefoot, it has an adequate amount of both cushioning (high-tech foam midsole) and stability (functional mini medial post and midfoot shank). The highly segmented outsole contributes to weight savings and flexibility, but a few testers noted it resulted in a bumpy toe-off. For many, this could be the perfect marathon shoe.

P/S to look closer to the shoes you can view this website :HERE

No comments: