Why We Like The Craft Pro Endur Distance Running Shoe
When combining high mileage and speed, we lace into the Craft Pro Endur Distance Running Shoe for a pillowy yet energized ride. The light and supple platform takes on the brunt of our strikes, rolls us into smooth transitions, and pops us into powerful toe offs. Our feet stay locked in yet still flex freely with the lace cage and no-sew overlays working together to give our midfoot a gentle, customized hug.
- Agile shoe for collecting miles on road
- One-piece mesh upper boosts airflow and reduces friction
- 9mm drop fights off calf and Achilles fatigue
- Light, flexible foam absorbs shock and returns energy
- Textured rubber zones on sole provide hardwearing traction
- Item #CRAL1JJ
- Upper Material
- engineered mesh (100% polyester jacquard), no-sew TPU
- Px foam (EVA)
- Contact rubber
- Support Type
- Heel / Forefoot Height
- 36mm / 27mm
- Claimed Weight
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 30 day
- road running
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June 23, 2023
Worst. Shoe. Ever.
- I've used it several times
I’m sure the foam they’re using is great and all, but the upper of this shoe is a nightmare. Honestly, I couldn’t tell what the ride was like because my feet were screaming less than a mile in. There’s really no substance to the upper and no matter how much you loosen the laces you’ll get zero relief. Poor design and even worse quality control. This shoe never should’ve left the drawing board. Are they light? Sure. But if they’re saying weight is at such a premium that they can’t put cushion in the upper, particularly the tongue, that’s a devil’s bargain. An extra ounce isn’t going to make one bit of difference. The true reason is probably cost and speed of MFG. Sorry, Craft. I really wanted to like these, but WOW. What a miss.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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