Combination of knackered achilles and toe stress have rendered these two surplus. Both great at what they're meant for, and still plenty of life left, particularly the NB.
Altra Escalante, UK 8.5/US 9.5/EU 43 - My Strava states 266 miles on these; I reckon they're good for another few hundred. Super comfy, zero drop, run all day type of shoe. These fit half a size large, I'm normally a 9 or 9.5 in running shoes. TAKEN
NB RC1400 v6 , UK 9.5/US 10/EU 44 - Super racer/lightweight trainer. Strava says only 133 miles on these; they just don't work for my foot mechanics. I'd advise a new sockliner as I've been using it in another pair of shoes.
*free, or feel free to make a forum donation if you're inclined. Pick up only, SE27.
In dire need of footware, and these are my size. Dm.
Both still available for free - will leave up till the end of this week then they're off to the RSPCA chazza.
(seat clamp sorted, thanks)
@Sigh for the Altras?
Assuming you don't fancy posting, but if you do I'd happily cover costs and make a donation on the Altras
Sure, why not: PM me your address and we'll take it from there
Actually, checking the size of my other shoes then I reckon the NB would be a touch on the small size (unless they come up big).
Tend to be 10-10.5UK / EU45 in Nike Pegasus or Adidas Adizero
popped a link over on the run chat
I'm a 44/US 10 in Adizero Adios; I'd say the NB are true to size - the cm measurement is 28 if that helps. They're almost a racing flat so should be a snug fit anyway. Your call, if you want them you're more than welcome.
Altras now taken. cheers all.
NB taken too: happy running people. thread closed.
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