Fila Flow Testament II - Running Shoes: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Fila Flow Testament II - Running Shoes: Reviews

   Photo: Terry Heffernan


The Testament II was a bit too sluggish for our most gazelle-like testers but well received by our heavier and slower (read: normal) runners. Impact energy is centered by a cushy, concave heel and transferred smoothly down a springy plastic shank to the luxuriously soft forefoot. "It feels like running on marshmallows, but it's helping me roll up to my toes, too," one tester remarked. Fair warning: This shoe is for neutral runners only—its wide, stable base and slightly thicker medial foam won't provide enough support for pronators. Just don't expect to set a new PR—all that cushioning feels a little heavy in motion. 12.7 oz;

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