Etonic Praya 2 – Running Shoes: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Etonic Praya 2 – Running Shoes: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

Combine a lightweight race shoe with a long-distance trainer, and you've got the Praya 2. Although it has more cushioning than the Karhu—and more than enough padding for ten-plus-mile runs—the midsole is light and snappy and had no trouble on shorter, faster-tempo runs. "It's one of those rare training shoes that's capable of PR-ing," noted one tester. "It practically bounced off the pavement." A high-volume forefoot helps accom­modate swelling feet on long runs, while the snug heel feels secure at full speed. 11.8 oz;

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