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    Inov8, Merrell, New Bal.

    I've been hanging onto these for 8 months hoping a hip injury would clear up, but it hasn't, so time to clear them out.


    Prices don't include postage but I'm happy to pay half the costs. Also will consider offers.


    Pictures are in my google drive:
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4...U9uRWtQTU1XODg


    Inov8 Trailroc 255's
    Size UK9, 30
    Unused, but not unmarked as I attempted to make a mountain-running-sturdy toe-bumper on them with Shoe Goo (it didn't really work, but it has likely toughened them up a little)


    Really nice minimal trail shoe's: wide toebox, a thin rock plate, and 6mm drop



    Merrell All Out Rush
    Size UK9, 30
    Used for less than 50 miles so basically just worn in


    More nice minimal trail shoe's: wide toebox, no rock plate but a little more cushioning than the above Inov8's, and 6mm drop again. They fit me like a glove. Better than the newer Merrell minimal shoes (IMO), but almost impossible to get hold of these when I last checked


    The main difference between these and the above I would say is that these are sturdier, but consequently the Inov8's breath better and are slightly more comfortable


    These'd make great lightweight summer hiking shoes as well




    New Balance Minimus MT10v4
    Size UK9.5, 50
    Brand new


    Super nice minimal trail shoe's: wide toebox, no rock plate, 4mm drop


    These are more minimal than the above, less so than the earlier Minimus models, but they have significantly more aggressive soles


    If I had to run in only one pair of shoes it would be these, so along with their rarity I'll not come down on price much here sorry as I'd rather keep them and hope my hips recover

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    PM'ed you

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    Senior Member drmorris's Avatar
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    Sorry to hear about your injury.

    pm'd you about the trailrocs, if still available
    Last edited by drmorris; 02-07-2017 at 12:43 PM.
    Best Wishes

    David
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    Senior Member drmorris's Avatar
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    Are you having second thoughts? still interested in the Trailrocs...
    Best Wishes

    David
    Cheshire Hash House Harriers http://www.cheshirehash.co.uk/cheshire/

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    Sorry both for the very late reply -- you were both just beaten to it by someone else

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