Inov-8® Mudclaw™ 300 (P) :: Propels fell and mountain runners over the muddiest of terrains by delivering the ultimate grip in mud through an aggressive outsole. A unique stud design releases mud as quickly and efficiently as it grips to it. Perfect for running in the fells and mountains when the terrain is muddy and the ultimate in grip is needed. Weighs 300g and the full rand delivers increased protection.
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Comments about Inov-8 Mudclaw 300 (P) Trail Running Shoe:
This review is a little premature as I had to return the shoe for exchange and am awaiting a replacement pair. In all of my Brooks running shoes and in my Reebok All-Terrain Supers I wear an 8.5, but upon receiving these I realized that I need to go up a full size. I switched to these hoping for a more resilient upper since despite being a great shoe in all other aspects the uppers on my Reeboks keep shredding during Spartan races. I'll have to edit this review or write another when I actually get to run in these. They seem like great shoes from fist glance out on the box, but they run small.
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