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Thread: Wave Harrier or NB MT101?

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    Re: Wave Harrier or NB MT101?

    Agreed. I can't wear X-talons, or f-lite without getting really bad blisters. 285's without insoles seem to be the best fitting inov's for my feet. (I've tried nearly all the fell/trail inov-8's in the past).

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    Re: Wave Harrier or NB MT101?

    Quote Originally Posted by Twister View Post
    Agreed. I can't wear X-talons, or f-lite without getting really bad blisters. 285's without insoles seem to be the best fitting inov's for my feet. (I've tried nearly all the fell/trail inov-8's in the past).
    MT101s have been good for 200 miles and did me alright on a trot round the long Grin n bear it course. Only blister was due to them filling up with bog and me not emptying it out.

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    Re: Wave Harrier or NB MT101?

    No doubt the NB is a good option but I'd go for the shoe with less drop which is the 285. I also think it has one of the best soles for the mixture of terrain that the OP described. Inov's sticky rubber is quality.

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