PR's PNQ review
- durable materials (injected PU, yak or textile upper)
- A, B and C (next year) models for fast, normal and slow runners
- the new concept is based on real biomechanics research and developed with University of Cologne
- a wide enough toebox to allow natural spreading of toes
- one of the most expensive running shoes
- not the most eco-friendly or lightweight materials
- could prove to be a touch too stiff, hard or noisy
- heart issues forced 'Thunderbear' Sindballe to quit before winning Ironman in Bioms
- has anyone actually completed a fast marathon successfully with these yet?
- will the prices come down by half so that ordinary runners could afford them?
- do they naturally strengthen your feet and help reduce injuries like running barefoot does?
- will the next Biom generation feature a lighter (Nike Lunar type) design?