Runners between 70 and 100kg, wanting to run for up to one hour, between once and three times a week, on roads or a treadmill.
Thanks to its reinforced stability and improved comfort, the Elioprime running shoe is ideal for heavy runners or those who want superior cushioning.
I have used these shoes for 5 and 10 km road runs around 6 times so far. Early days yet, but I'm very happy so far. I used to have slight problems from flexing, and the stability these shoes provide make all the difference. They are not as "springy" as some more expensive shoes, so you might expend a little more energy, but its more than compensated by the complete absence of any aches and strains post-run. Highly recommended!
I'm disappointed with these shoes. I have previously used Kalenji shoes and they've worked well for me. But these shoes heat up my soles even after running for just 3-4 kms. Because of which I've been forced to consider buying new shoes. These definitely aren't shoes fit for running.
Heat up soles very quickly
Thanks for taking the time to write to us,
We are really sorry that the product didn't meet your expectation. As you have mentioned in your feedback that "these shoes heat up your soles even after running for just 3-4 kms" so It might be one of the issues mentioned below.
1. We will suggest you to check your GAIT as this shoe is meant for mild over pronation so if your GAIT is neutral, underpronation or severe overpronation then the fitting of the shoes is not as per your feet resulting in creation of friction between your feet and sole which will eventually lead to blisters.
2. The shoe size is bigger than the required size for your feet due to which there is enough space. so when you start running your feet slides inside the shoes resulting in creation of friction between your feet and sole.
Still, if there is anything else which impacted your running experience for that we will get in touch with you to understand it in details for better service.
Jagadish Yadav E-sport manager DECATHLON
Your very courteous people helped me identify the product from various choices that were available. Zeroed in this and bought it as I have a flat feet and obese I wanted to start walking toreduce my weight. I've started to use the shoes and I've found it comfortable and usefulness and feel it is fulfilling the purpose that u bought it for.
Shoes are very comfortable to wear during workout
The cushion is very good.
Nice shoes. Support at the heel and the arches. Good cushioning as well. Price is reasonable
Support at the heel and the arches. Good cushion a
Good arch support and solid shoe for road running. Especially if you run 60 mins 3 times a week. I was recovering my metatarsal pain and this shoe helped me a lot.
I'm completely new to running so have previous experience to go from. However, after visiting my local running shop and to be 'fitted' I was staggered by the price I was being charged. Armed with this new found (and correct) information I headed to Decathlon. Although I had no one ask me if I needed any help (which was slightly disappointing), I found the product information on the shelves and that in my head enough to choose these running shoes. Finally out on my first run and I could tell that my and these shoes would be great friends! Comfy, supportive and great at £39.99 (£40 cheaper than the pair of New Balance the local running shop wanted to sell me). Whether these will go the distance (no pun intended!!) or not is yet to be seen but for a newbie starting out on the running scene but 4 runs in and no pain in my hips, knees, ankles or toes...I think they are perfect.
Size, comfort, support, price
Nothing as I'm new to running
I may only have used these shoes for 5 or 6 runs so far but they have proved themselves already without a doubt. They handle my longer runs (9 miles) no problem and are very comfortable - especially for heel strikes. Might need to get a second pair as I am very pleased with them.
Comfort & stability
None so far
People with flatfoot struggle when walking or running. These trainers helps but providing a support right under the arch area. However, I have found it hard for me as other major brands (Nike for instance) provide 3 levels of hardness. You have to try it yourself at the gym. Or get School in-step (shorter form of insoles and focuses on larch area) support from Boots for normal trainers and shoes.
Supports your feet while running
Can be hard after 15 minutes
As with all shoes a good break in before use in a long distance race is essential. They felt like a shoe that costs three times more and helped me through the London marathon... So thank you kalenji top shoes you have there
Low price high quality shoes for over pronaters
If only I had got the black ones..just kidding