Over the past couple of months, I have been beta-testing a pair of Reebok ZigTech running shoes.
And as much as I hate to admit it, I have become a big fan of my wild looking Zigs.
I hate to admit it because I am a big believer in minimalist style training shoes that force the muscles in your feet to do some actual work. I also can’t stand that high-end trunning shoes are sold mainly on hype. They promise a lot but usually deliver very little.
And that’s exactly what I assumed about the ZigTechs when I was contacted by a PR company who represents Reebok.
They wanted to know if I would be interested in reviewing some of their gear for Health Habits.
And while my official policy is to only review products that I like enough to purchase myself as well as recommend to my clients, I decided to give them a try because I was looking to get back into running some real distances and I needed to find a new pair of shoes that would allow my poor surgically reconstructed knees to survive a “run” without swelling up.
And boy am I glad I did.
ZigTech Shoes : The Good
ZigTech Shoes : The Bad
ZigTech Shoes : The Interesting
While I am still a big believer in wearing barefoot/minimalist footwear, I like running better in my ZigTechs.
So, here’s my plan: