Strava app notified that the Adidas Duramo 6 has passed the 400km mileage and I might need to replace it to avoid injury risk. I continued using the shoe up to 800km until I can no longer feel the support of the cushioning. Running a 5k would end up with shin splint, sometimes knee pain. Throughout the past 12 months, I’ve learned on correct running form so I believe that it is the shoe that needs to be replaced.
So when we were in Kota Kinabalu, I went on looking for shoes. My feet is a low arch type. For this type of feet, many would recommend Brooks running shoe. I would love to, but lets just say I don’t have a budget for that. Besides, I’ve been comfortably using the Duramo 6 since I start running, so maybe this time I should try the Boost cushioning technology.
It was hard searching for size 10 or 11 shoe. I went to three shopping malls, 4 shops and found few models I’ve researched on the internet – but none of them have size 10 or 11 in stock. I was about to give up searching when I found a shop, Grace One at Suria Sabah Shopping Mall. There, I found Adidas Supernova Glide8 Boost – and they happen to have the last size 10. I tested the shoe and it was very comfortable. Thanks Jumadi (is the name correct?) for helping me with the purchase.
I have no expertise in reviewing shoe, so I will share the picture of it and what I think about it.
I tested the shoe on morning run. Running easy, it does improve my running form. I guess this is what proper cushioning will do – assist in running form and correct my posture.
In conclusion, I am satisfied with what this shoe can do. I’m looking forward to renew 5K and 10K personal record in this shoe.