The extremely lightweight Mach 18 has great traction for tackling cross country terrains with a midsole that is made from CMEVA, a full-length compression moulded EVA that gives you just the right amount of cushioning but remains flexible and lightweight. It also has an outsole with a thin layer of rubber and an aggressive configuration of lugs for a more secure grip and 5 spike receptacles on each shoe. The upper is constructed from a highly breathable seamless mesh that allows the heat from your foot to escape and the microfibre and synthetic overlays are designed to give a much more secure fit. Also with asymmetrical lacing that helps to eliminate any pressure.
- Compression Molded EVA midsole
- Ultra lightweight
- Aggressive lug configuration
- 6mm spikes
- Breathable mesh upper
- Asymmetrical lacing
Racing flats and spikes are much lighter than normal running shoes and can contribute to a runner's speed. They are stripped of cushioning and support to make them as light as possible whilst being able to grip the ground more effectively. But as the name suggests, they are not ideal for general everyday training as they offer less cushioning and support.
Racing flats are good for competitions and as a secondary running shoe on the road, athletics track, or on some trails if the ground is dry, for quality mileage. This would be session based running (short distance repetitions) as opposed to long runs. They are less built up than normal running shoes and are designed to be more responsive under foot so they help to encourage leg speed, so you can run faster.
Track spikes are also made to be very light. Middle Distance and Sprint Spikes will only have the spike plate and a supportive surface but distance spikes have a small heel for shock absorption in longer races. Cross Country Spikes have a more aggressive sole, similar to that of a trail shoe. They come with a set of 9mm spike pins. When the ground gets wetter and boggier its recommended to use 12mm or 15mm spike pins. Sizing for spikes can vary. Spikes and racing flats have a much more narrow last. With racing flats the runner can usually get away with the same size as their running shoes. With spikes however, they are so tight that they actually come up small so you might need to go a size bigger than usual so the toes aren't squashed.
Our returns policy is simple. If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase we will be happy to refund or exchange it for you.
Goods must be returned in an unused, re-sellable condition and in the original, undamaged packaging. Shoe boxs must be unmarked and placed inside a postage bag when returned, otherwise charges may be incurred.
Customers have 14 days after receiving their order to return the goods. Exceptions can be arranged at Christmas or if the order is a gift, please contact our customer services team for confirmation at [email protected].
The following size chart is a guide to Brooks Women's shoe size with a comparison to European and US shoe sizes.
Please note that the onus is on the customer to choose the correct size and that all size charts are a suggested guide to measurements based on information supplied from the manafacturer.
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