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***Ipredominantly run on a regular basis (usually 6-20 miles)
EDIT: you need metric conversion numbers for all weight and
***I generally carry a lightweight pack of about 15 kg. (33 lbs.) for
EDIT: no periods after the unit abbreviations; 15 kg (33 lb)
***On the majority of runs (under 15 miles), I only carry a water
EDIT: metric conversion please
***Weight: 383 g (13.5 oz.) per shoe, based on size 9
EDIT: is this your measured weight? I see that the listed weight is
395 g which needs to be here also.
EDIT: I see no MSRP on the site. If it is not from Salomon it should
just be shown as N/A
***It also comes in a pewter/blue and pewter/black color, as well as
another version with gore-tex.
EDIT: GORE-TEX is how they spell it. Please check for all instances.
***The sole of the shoe is made of Salomon's contragrip rubber
EDIT: as it is a trademarked name it needs to be spelled the way they
have it, Contrgrip, please check for all instances, and I would
suggest saying "material" instead of rubber as I do not think it is
that. Salomon does not say it any ways.
EDIT: as you are reviewing these shoes, not testing them, can you
change this to Field Locations or Use Locations please?
Also you need to give some idea of where you have used them along
with some field data as far as terrain/trail types, weather
conditions, temps, elevations etc.
If you look at the examples you will see that the reviews have
sections for the product description, the field data, and the actual
review of the product.
***I have likely put 500+ miles of running and walking into this pair.
EDIT: metric conversion needed
Comment: that is some awesome wear.
***The soles wear fairly slowly given the softness of the sole, and
there is still tread left on mine after many miles.
EDIT: after many miles/kilometers