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The Adidas Takumi Sen 7 is like a precise surgical tool with a very specific purpose and it serves that purpose with precision and excellency.
5 km races, 10 km races and speed interval sessions are where the Takumi Sen 7 shines due to its snappy nature and its raw speed.
The New Balance FuelCell Rebel v2 is still a fun, versatile trainer with a bouncy ride but now it's just more of an easy-paced, daily trainer than a speedy tempo day trainer.
If you're looking for a super soft ride in a lightweight, flexible package, the Rebel v2 will be the perfect match for you.
The Flow Velociti Wind is one of the most innovative shoes that Under Armour has developed in the past 5 years and UA shoes can no longer only be thought of as heavy cross training shoes.
With plans to launch even more running shoes built on UA’s new Flow midsole foam, it's an exciting time for Under Armour. Flow might not have the high energy return or the bouncy properties of Saucony’s Pwrrun PB, New Balance’s FuelCell or Nike’s ZoomX but it’s way better than any other midsole foam Under Armour currently has and it’s a big step in the right direction.
The Adidas Ultraboost 21 is a medium firm, highly cushioned trainer with a very stable ride. It is incredibly well built and capable of at least 1000 kilometres of running.
Fans of the Ultraboost will love the Ultraboost 21. It has a more modern design and manages to improve the core features that made the Ultraboost so popular to begin with.
If you're looking for a do-it-all trainer that can double up as a casual, lifestyle sneaker, there is nothing better than the Ultraboost 21. iRun offers free customisation and 10% discount.