good breathable material used so its reduces sweating and the shoe offers a good flexibile sole . And good for running up to 30 mins.
Let's face it.
Even the best of the best running shoes only have a shelf life of about four to five months after which they need to be replaced.
What is the point then, of buying expensive shoes worth more than Rs.5000 when you are someone who is new to running and are just testing the waters?
The Ekiden One shoe is thus, perfect for new runners.
It is cheap but not at all of a low quality. The cushioning and seaming are excellent and the material itself is highly breathable.
I have been using it for three weeks but so far a wash and the shoes are as good as new.
My legs don't hurt and running feels like flying.
Highly recommended for all the new runners out there.
I did a lot of research looking for a sub Rs.2000 running shoe and this is the best out there.
Outer sole is not strong enough, so definitely not for trail running. Good only on coarse roads or the synthetic track.
Do not use this on wet, smooth surfaces. It tends to get slippery.
My first impression after seeing shoes in my hands were, it wont last long(that I still need to use to prove it wrong/right) but it makes shoes extremely helpful for you to keep on pushing yourself during your exercise routine, though due to peaks and dips in soles, one may face problems while jumping ropes. Other than that, its really dirt cheap with proper ventilation & from a known maker.
The cushioning and the grip (soles) that these shoes provide is really great. The upper mesh is breathable. On top of that they are really light weight. Hope Kalenji come up with a few more colour options in this range.
It was a good experience..I prefer this shoe for my running
Gud colour Best quality comfort level awesome
Recommend to all
Very comfortable and a great product..
So far I have run over 800 Km in the shoes, and I like how they are friendly with my feet , I neve feel tired running many half marathon , they are best among all costly shoe in my drawer ....
I bought a pair of these while on holiday in Majorca and used them to run 5K every day for 10 days. My overall impression of these was very good...they fit perfectly right from the start, no rubbing or pinching. I have fairly average feet: size 42, slightly wide. These are very light, simple shoes. The grip in dry weather on pavement was fine, but I didn't try them in rain or on other surfaces. The comfort was very good. They felt as good to run with as my far more expensive Asics Cumulus and my Nike Flex. Unfortunately I had to leave these behind, as I had no space in my luggage (carry-on only). But that's the point - these are idea for temporary running shoes you can buy on holiday then leave behind, because they cost so little. I will buy a pair now I'm back at home, because I'd like to test how long they last, and how well they perform for runs longer than 5K.
8.99? Brought a couple of pairs will last me over a year making running affordable for all
Keep it up guys