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Merrell BARE ACCESS ARC J89770 - Zapatillas de correr para mujer, color blanco, talla 37.5

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  • Material exterior: Sintético
  • Cierre: Cordones
  • Altura del tacón: 1 centímetros
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Detalles del producto

  • Número de modelo del producto: Barefoot Bare Access Arc
  • ASIN: B0058YCU7O
  • Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 8 de abril de 2012

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19 de 19 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
My New Favorite Shoe 24 de abril de 2012
Por Let's be honest... - Publicado en Amazon.com
I have been on my feet a lot more for the last year because of a job change and it has caused a lot of foot pain for me. I have tried several different sneakers/shoes, but this one is the best for me. It helps me enter the minimalist world without throwing me into a complete minimalist shoe because it offers a bit more support than say the FiveFingers. It offers more arch support and a less restricting toe-box than any of the other comparable shoes I have tried and this helps me a lot. The shoe naturally makes me strike more mid and front foot instead of with my heal and it aligns my body better, improving my posture. I definitely recommend this shoe!
20 de 22 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Great shoe, but not for the underpronator/supinator 9 de diciembre de 2012
Por Gwyn - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is a nice addition to the Merrell barefoot line. I had been using their Pace Glove and suffered my very first stress fracture in my foot so I decided I needed a little more cushioning. I bought the Arc in the hopes that it would be what I was looking for, still in the barefoot/minimalist line but with a bit more padding.

There is padding but it's not for those who need a more neutral shoe. I so wish Merrell had stated that on their website. It has a raised arch, which if your arch is already raised and you're tilting to the outside of your foot, only causes more supination and therefore, problems (with me, it's my IT band at my knee that never likes that).

Good shoe overall but just make sure you can use it.
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Love the shoes. 21 de diciembre de 2012
Por Mom Step - Publicado en Amazon.com
Tamaño: 40Color: Blanco Compra verificada
I ordered these after getting a pair my normal size, which was a half size smaller than these. Merrells have become my shoe of choice over the past year. I was a confirmed Clark fan. I now live in Merrell barefoot. As a teacher I don't sit down much and my feet are still happy by the end of the day.
4 de 4 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
Great for pavement, not for trails 11 de diciembre de 2012
Por A. Milliken - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I love the comfort and look of these running shoes. They're perfect for pavement and smooth flat trails, but be careful on rough terrain. I had a small sharp rock enter the bottom of the heel, where the sole material is soft, and right into my foot. Merrell was very responsive and replaced the shoes immediately. I also have a problem with the minimal tread. They slip easily on damp rocks or tree roots, which has resulted in a twisted ankle a couple of times. I have finally given up running with the Bare Access Arc on trails, and use the Merrell Pace Glove instead.
Love these shoes 5 de mayo de 2014
Por Craig McKenzie - Publicado en Amazon.com
I bought these shoes because I believed that a move to forefoot/midfoot running might be the key to unlocking my running potential. I tried Vibram Five Fingers but didn't love the feeling of material between my toes and they didn't cushion my landings well enough for my tender, new-to-barefoot feet. The description of this shoe, zero drop but with added cushion, sounded like what I needed.

I have been trying to increase my distance for the last couple years, and at age 48, my body seemed only to tolerate 4-5 mile runs, regular runs longer than that and I would get an injury. So I decided I should try to reduce concussion and try a switch to forefoot, zero rise. I am 120 lbs, and I took my time making a switch.

Three months later I was happily running 6 miles, having successfully changed my stride, and decided to train for a half marathon having never considred such a thing before. Two months after that I completed my first half and I ran every training mile and the race in these shoes.

The shoes are very soft, very pliable, very lightweight. They cushioned my landings well. It took a while to build strength in my coddled feet til they had the muscular strength to go the distance (not to mention the strength building that needed to happen in my calves when making the switch). These are flat shoes, they have no arch, that's the point of them. These shoes are built to protect your feet while your feet do the supporting of you. You need to strengthen your feet to run in these shoes if you are coming from built up conventional running shoes. The soles of these shoes are very soft, I think I ran 500 miles in them. The sole was starting to fray just a bit here and there at 500 miles. They aren't the best for trail running as they don't have great tread for wet rocks and they are a little soft for sharp rocks. I gave them only 4 starts because of this.

After the first marathon I bought Bare Access Arc 2 shoes, with vibram soles. The Arc 2s don't have quite as much padding but they do have a vibram sole for better grip and durability. I am not sure I would have been as happy making the transition to zero drop without the softness in the first shoes. I ran a second half marathon in the Arc 2s four months after the first one.

Another reviewer mentioned the Arcs felt like slippers. They do! They are that comfy. And so my beat up old shoes are my house shoes now. But I love that I can go run 6 miles in my slippers and sometimes I still do run in them and still love them.

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