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The Distance Spikes are one of the best new trail running products of the last several years. They replaced the Kathoola Microspikes for me and they're a big improvement. They are 4oz lighter and fit much more securely. The Microspikes were designed to fit hiking shoes, and they tended to move around on my low-profile running shoes while the Distance Spikes fit much more securely. The Distance also pack down much smaller. The Kathoola spikes are 10mm long while the Distance spikes are 8mm long so they aren'...
I bought these with the cheaper Cat-3 non-photochromatic lenses to replace my Smith Pivlock Max sunglasses from 7 years ago. They are comfortable on my big head while many other options pinch my temples uncomfortably. They sit a bit further out from my face than my Smiths which is great for running and biking. The lenses never touch my face and they almost never fog up. The downside of this is they let in light from below the lenses which makes them less useful on snow, where I will continue to use my Smith...
4/8/2021
 
I have the 42mm version and love it. I have very skinny wrists and I got this because I wanted something that I could upload routes onto with solid battery life without being huge, and this is it. Very light, sleek and comfortable with excellent battery life. I mostly just use it for tracking and following routes, and I find the watch and app to work perfectly. The ski touring mode is a nice touch, and COROS is always making updates and improvements to the app and software. One feature I really like is you ...
I've gone thru 5 pairs of these, absolute favorite shoes for runs of any length on rough terrain. Narrow, aggressive fit with a stiff heel pocket and narrow footbox. Great stability in rough terrain but not too clunky to go fast. The soles are not as grippy as more scrambling oriented shoes like the Mutant but they are more durable. My only complaint is that the uppers get torn up if you spend a lot of time off trail I usually get 400 miles out of a pair with 100-200 of the miles being off trail.



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