During your obstacle run, your shoes may be the most important bit of kit you wear. It’s not only important that they are not too heavy, they must also offer good grip, fit perfectly and allow the water that penetrates to also drain effectively.
Which shoes do you choose?
If you’re just doing one run, use your best (old) running shoes. If you’ve fallen for running, you’d be better off investing in a decent pair. We can help you work your way through the range.
The Spartan Race collection from Reebok not only looks good, but is also practical enough to bring out your best performance during runs.
Salomon has been the leading light in specialised trail shoes for some time. The comfortable shoes may be slightly heavier but they fit like a glove.