Parkclaw is built on inov8’s wider ‘standard width last’ to accommodate a variety of different footshapes and to allow the foot to swell over long distances. An external heel counter provides an element of stability by wrapping the rear of the foot and helping the fatigued runner maintain a better gait.
Durable upper materials help to protect the foot in tougher off road environments.
On the outsole, Inov8's Tri-C sticky rubber compound with 4mm deep multi-directional claw-shaped cleats offers traction in wet and dry conditions on a variety of different surfaces and releases debris quickly rather than getting clogged up.
Stack Heights: 20:12mm (8mm drop)
- Fit Scale (1 narrow to 5 wide) 5
- Two piece Powerflow+ midsole for shock absorption and energy return
- Lug depth: 4mm
- Sole Compound: Tri C Sticky for superior grip on wet surfaces
- External heel counter supports the back of the foot
- Protective and durable upper materials resist the hazards of trail running
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HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE FOR RUNNING SHOES
Your running shoe size will generally be 1 to 1.5 sizes bigger than your regular (‘dress’) shoe size. Bear in mind also that one foot can be slightly bigger than the other.
First, kick your foot back into the heel of each shoe before checking how much space is left at the front. When standing in each shoe with your full weight on the foot, it’s best to have between half and a full thumb's width between the end of the longest toe and the end of the shoe.
When standing in the shoe, it’s best to have a little wiggle room for the toes, but the back of heel should still feel nicely secure.
Sprint spikes are best when a close fit. Distance spikes best when up to a half a thumb's width between the end of the longest toe and the end of the shoe.