Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Pearl Izumi Shines!

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Trainer Ong passed this PI' s Shine Model to me to " test Run"... as he found that she may be a good alternative for Neutral Runners.
I took her for "test run" at the stadium track last night.. just like Ong.. i also found that this PI running shoe was indeed very comfortable. She wrapped ard the foot well without any of those irritating internal stitched threads or "straps" that cause abrasion n blisters. The Heel n Forefoot's Cushion are pretty impressive n offers very good shock absorption with good stability. The "toe off" was also smooth... Overall, this model is a "Good Value for Money" Cushion Shoe for Neutral Runners!

Designed for neutral runners looking for a responsive, lighter weight shoe. Seamless construction upper combines with a Skydex heel crash pad and forefoot flex grooves for an outstanding ride.

How It Fits

  • Length: 1/2 size small
    • Dress/street shoe = 8
    • This shoe = 8.5
  • Heel: Narrow to medium
  • Midfoot: Narrow to medium
  • Forefoot: Medium width
  • Toe-Box height: Medium depth
  • Arch height: Medium

Weight: 12.7 oz (size 9)

Pronation Control Technology

Designed for neutral pronation & supination

  • Midsole: Single-density compression molded EVA, midfoot mini-frame add stability
  • Shape: Semi-curved
  • Construction Last: Strobel-lasted

Cushioning Technology

  • Midsole: Compression-molded EVA
  • Heel:Skydex heel crash pad for added cushioning
  • Forefoot: Rebound cushioning insert for a lively ride

Upper Materials

  • Virtually seamless upper technology and the Endo-skeletal support system provide a minimalistic feel with great support and breathability. 360-degree reflectivity with large amounts at the toe and heel.

Outsole Technology

  • Durable carbon rubber in the heel and cushioned, lightweight blown rubber in the forefoot.

2 comments:

fennel said...

DO Sifu

i'm wearing the same one also, men's size 9, very comfy :)

DO said...

Fennel..Agreed tis shoes is a very good alternative to Cumulus.. Cheers!

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