I got these shoes in June 2016 and using them regularly for morning walk and run, gradually i have developed pain in shin and left heel which was earlier not there when i was using another shoes from decathlon on same surface. may be some in sole support will help.
Nice color, Still in good shape after 6 moths uses
Not good for use on hard surface life concrete
Thanks for taking the time to write to us,
We are really sorry that Eliorun Men’s running shoes didn't meet your expectation. As you have mentioned in your feedback that after using this shoe you are getting Shin pain and left heel pain. So regarding shin pain, If you are feeling the pain only during walking, running or during moments of the ankle that means it is a good symptom of muscle strengthening around shin bone and regarding the heel pain it might be due to the hard surface, so for that try running on turf, grass or clay surface and if it doesn’t pain further that means it is due to lack of heel cushioning. Can you please tell us the model of the shoe that you were using before and what is the distance that you run with this shoe.
Jagadish Yadav E-sport manager DECATHLON
Superlight shoe and very comfortable.
Really bad for your back and leg bones, as their is virtually no cushioning for impact whilst running
looks okay and is very visible
very poor cushioning
I am delighted with these shoes. They have a low drop (6mm) and are very comfortable for long road runs (2hrs) - excellent. I hope the durability proves as good as the shoes comfort.
I would encourage Decathlon to consider producing something similar but for a trail or fell environment - 6mm or less drop and large sizes - the 13 is an excellent fit.
Well done on an excellent shoe at a fantastic price!
I kind of like the quirky colours on the trainers, but primarily they feel great (like carpet slippers). The only tiny gripe is there is no extra hole for locking laces, which I do like to do when running. This is not enough to knock a star off though.
No extra hole for locking laces
I started running in September 2015 at the age of 64 and use the Ekiden shoes which I found very good. However I wanted to upgrade and the Eliorun was my shoe of choice. It combines improved comfort and performance with a very snug fit and at an affordable price. The finish is very good and the shoes look smart. The only comment I would make is why there is a central area of the sole which does not have the rubber grip? However it does not appear to adversely affect the traction. I would be interested in Decathlons comment on this.
comfort, snug fit, performance, quality, smartness
none so far
Very confortable and great price!! Also the color is cool!!!
cant fault the Eliorun shoe at all. it has replaced a pair of Nike running shoes that i use for a faster paced runs and will be back to try more from the Decathlon range
lightweight & responsive great price