The Scotts are lightweight during 587g a span and truly slippery, in a runner sense. The skinny though light nylon-and-fibreglass solitary provides good pedalling efficiency; it has one vast atmosphere intake underneath a toes though stays surprisingly stiff.
A ample toe box and soothing top mix with a gentle heel and good insole to make these boots feel hardly there. The skinny tongue, padded in a right places, and 3 well-positioned straps keep things secure, and a fit, nonetheless utterly long, is glorious and good ventilated. For lovers of light, sharp-witted shoes, for a income these are tough to beat.
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