Climbing Technology Lime CF Straight is a lightweight, bezzabkowy carabiner with a simple zip. It is characterized by an optimal strength-to-weight ratio. Perfect for expressions, cruises and other applications. CATCH-FREE system makes fasteners fast, easy and reliable.
The carabiner is protected against accidental hooks with a brazier, bones, etc.
The optimized shape and dimensions make the carabiner very handy, slightly plugs in even the worst spit (with minimum holes).
Polished surface with tightly rounded edges minimizes the wear of the braid with tight ropes, tassels, reps, etc.
Slightly rounded profile increases the lock’s zip-so that the rifle’s fastening takes place quickly and without unnecessary manipulation. CATCH-FREE-Special profiling at the end of the lock, allows you to achieve the same blocking effect as the classic "zabek", however, the handling of the carabiner is much smoother when connecting or disconnecting ropes, tassels, repons, bones etc.
The CF lock does not hook and does not hinder hardware manipulation.
– Yes (12 kN)
Dimensions-98 x 57 mm
Brand: Climbing Technology
ASICS Women’s Gel-Cumulus 19 Running Shoe
- Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL Cushioning Systems: Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.
- Guidance Line Midsole Technology: Vertical flex groove decouples the tooling along the line of progression for enhanced gait efficiency.
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- Gel-cumulus® 19 also sports a contemporized upper to signal the latest generation.
- I appreciate that ASICS offers narrow sizing (on-line).
- I also like the feature that allows you to choose the best shoe for your personal gait.
- However, these particular ones (Cumulus 19) run small and the toe box is too tapered for my comfort.
- I really need a new pair of shoes so I’ll be going to my local running shoe store to try on Asics from now on.
- I bought these because I own the previous version and I love them.
- This version does not provide the same comfort and support and I am very disappointed.
- I’m a walker,not a runner, and these ASICS cumulus have been perfect for both treadmill and outdoor distance walking.
- They’re the only ones I’ve bought continuously, and they never disappoint in comfort and function.
- Otherwise they seem great, although I’ve not yet had a chance to run in them.
- I purchased a 9 and these feel like a size 8, I will need to return these.
- If I see them on sale I always buy them, typically have extra pair in my closet waiting to be opened.
- I think Brooks brand tends to last longer, but nothing fits my foot like an Asics Nimbus or Cumulus.
- If you are a Nimbus fan, you will like Cumulus just as well and it’s usually less expensive.
- I’ve gotten the same size for each and they have been consistently fit the same for me.
- They do run a bit small so I advise sizing up at least a half size, but knowing that they fit great!<
- The Asics Gel Ventura 5 is fantastic but I need them in black!
Saucony Men’s Ride 9 Running Shoe
- Now featuring Everun, the ride 9 delivers our signature neutral running experience with more energy return than ever before.
- Everly is a dramatically more lively and responsive material positioned closer to the foot via top sole construction, providing smoother landings in the heel and reduced pressure in the forefoot.
- The ride 9 truly makes every mile feel as effortless as your first.
- Saucony is among the most respected names in running shoes.
- We offer a wide range of running and walking shoes, each with the Saucony trademark fit, feel and performance.
- We’ve spent years studying the biomechanics of top athletes.
- To develop creatively engineered systems that maximize your performance in your specific activity, allowing you to focus on the activity instead of the equipment.
- From our studies have come many innovative Saucony concepts.
- I wore a pair of 8 in a 12-Wides to go from not running to my first 5K, then I ran on some cheaper shoes (Cohesion) for a while.
- When I decided to so myself a favor and go back to the Ride model I got the same size as the Ride 8s I had worn.
- Unfortunately, the Ride 9s are tighter and uncomfortable in that size.
- I realize shoes stretch over time, but this was enough discomfort that I had to stop a mile or so in to a trial run to avoid blisters on the tops of my toes.
- I would advise getting a half-size bigger than usual if you try these out.
- I originally boguht them by the end of august as my go-to shoe to run the Chicago Marathon.
- I wanted to break them in for about a month or so before the race so they were completely adapted to my feet by October.
- Although the cushioning is SUPERB (like running on clouds) the upper produced friction with the top of my left foot and it was really uncomfortable after the 10K mark so the plan to use this shoes during Chicago 2016 were postponed.
- In the end I used my Saucony Triumph ISO shoes, which was a mistake but that’s another story.
- It is only now, after about 100 miles on the Ride 9’s that I have been able to find comfort in them.
- I guess the upper stretched a bit ot something but there is no longer the initial discomfort I had with them.
- The shoe feels a little narrow but the cushioning, responsiveness and weight of this shoe make it a good deal for them.
- We’ll see what happens with them as the mileage increases.
- I ran five miles for the first test and they felt fine.
- Lots of foam on the insole and mid-foot (from reviews I read).
- A mix of weights, gym, walking and treadmill (interval and HIIT).
- Versus the Brooks shoes I had been using the Ride 9 is a lot lighter weight plus the additional cushioning.
- I went up a half size (most running shoes I’m a 11 – with Brooks a 12).
- I’ll be interested to learn about the Ride 10 that just came out (maybe that’s why Holabird had a big one-day sale!).
- They are maybe a 1/2 size smaller than most, based on past reviews.
- I ordered a 1/2 size larger than normal and they fit perfectly.
- I waiting for an email that states that they have a toxic dye that only reacts to MY foot sweat.
- It is much lighter than the Asics Nimbus that I previously reviewed.
- This works well for distance training as all the weight matters.
- Only concern is that the longevity is not as good as the Nimbus in terms of raw foam durability, only got about 300-400 miles out of them.
- Saucony is using the EXACT same foam technology that Adidas puts in their BOOST branded shoes at this point.
- Return rate is fantastic, longevity is lacking, but they do deliver a stellar fit and feel of just gliding along on the pavement.
- I highly advise against using these on trails as the foam used will get beat up very quickly!
- This is my second pair of Saucony shoes of the same size description and today I went back to my old ones.
- I am having soreness “issues” with my toes at night, and the insoles do not seem right either.
- Clearly this company cheapened up their shoes from those sold a few years ago, and the sizing is off too.
- The only problem is that I struggled through them long enough that I can’t return them.
- The other reports found here of narrow clearances are true.
- My feet are slightly narrow, but these snug up and fit great.
- If you have a neutral stride (no pronation issues) and tend to put your heel down first, these shoes should work well for you.
- I don’t run competitively and only put in about 25 miles or so per week on paved surfaces.
- Very comfortable to run in for short distances if you have wider feet.
- I finished my first marathon with these shoes and couldn’t have felt better.