31 Jul '12, 12am

Review of the new @saucony Hattori LC lace-up - big improvement over the original!

Review of the new @saucony Hattori LC lace-up - big improvement over the original!

I said above that I would return to the topic of the rubber outsole pods, so here goes. In the above excerpt from my original Hattori review I noted that I thought that the lack of a secure fit contributed to some abrasion and hotspots on the ball behind my big toe. Turns out I am having the same issue with the Hattori LC even with the improved closure system, and I now think it’s due to the fact that the rubber pod under this region is harder and thicker than the surrounding midsole foam. I think that when I put pressure on this area during late stance phase through toe-off it doesn’t give as much. I’m pretty convinced now that this pod is the source of my problems. I will note that I am very prone to hotspots in this region of my foot, and it is issue that I have experienced in multiple shoes (though this one seems to be a bit worse directly under the ball). It also does...

Full article: http://www.runblogger.com/2012/07/saucony-hattori-lc-lace...

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