Merrell Pace Glove Cross-Training Shoes - Women's Specs
Synthetic microfiber/nylon mesh
Hardened EVA shank
Running shoe type
Average footwear weight (pair)
Merrell Pace Glove Cross-Training Shoes - Women's
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Merrell Pace Glove Cross-Training Shoes - Women'sis rated4.5out of5by12.
Rated4out of5bykkevansfromBarefoot Running at its bestTravel for work, so the light weight packs well. Use for long runs ups to 13 miles as well as shorter distances.Tried running without socks, but ended up with blisters. I now wear toe socks and love the fit and barefoot feel.
Date published: 2013-05-19
Rated5out of5byLillyannefromMerrell Pace Glove Cross-Training ShoeExtremely comfortable--great for running.
Date published: 2013-04-02
Rated4out of5byPalomitafromGreat comfortable shoeVery comfortable shoe for everyday use. The minimalist sole takes some getting used to for running, but I love the feel. I found myself between sizes and went with a size up, got a 9 when the 8.5 felt snug. Problem is, now that I have broken them in, they feel big. They are incredibly lightweight and flexible.
Date published: 2013-03-28
Rated5out of5byJoanne MariefromLove them :)Use for everyday wear. Need to try on in store for correct size, comfort.
Date published: 2013-03-22
Rated4out of5byCloudyfromI would buy another pair.General use-walking, shopping, around the house. Just can't wear heavy socks with the shoes.
Date published: 2013-02-18
Rated4out of5byClontsfromGloves for my feet?My wife uses this particular shoe for an everyday shoe. She is a beautiful mother of two. I'm sure many can relate to the fact that having two todlers keeps you on your feet. She loves the shoe, it's light weight, and grips the ground. Perfect for corralling youngsters.
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated4out of5byRunnermama3fromInteresting shoeThese shoes should come with a warning label for two reasons. One, you will run your fastest times with these shoes on, right from the box they are ready for the outdoors. Two, prepare for insanely sore calves the day after your first long run in them. On my second run with them, I wore them outdoors (frigid Wi), with simple socks and my feet weren't wet or cold. A bonus for sure. I was running 30 sec faster per mile than usual for me (about 8:45 per mile). Around mile 5, my calves were tightening up, bad. By the time I got home I could barely walk normal. TWO weeks later, my calves finally loosened up. Sheesh....they make you use muscles different than your normal running shoes would. Be ready for that. Overall, I am pleased although I didn't like the color choices.
Date published: 2013-01-23
Rated4out of5bySchneids44fromComfortable, but double-knot the laces!I decided to make the switch to minimalist running, and for the most part I'm happy with these shoes. They are light, comfortable, and have room for my toes to spread. They definitely aren't for outdoor running in the winter, but they do happily survive a trip through the washing machine--something not as easily done with my old running shoes.
My one major complaint is the laces. Perhaps the lace material is extra slick, but even double-knotting them they come undone on longer runs. I end up having to tuck the ends into the shoe, but I may experiment with buying different laces.
Date published: 2013-01-16
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Merrell Pace Glove Cross-Training Shoes - Women's Customer Reviews