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    andrealiz
    San Diego, CA

    It took me almost a month to find the shoe that my feet would be happy with. Settling with the Wave EVO Cursoris has got to be one of the wisest decisions I’ve made. I’m a fore-foot/mid-foot strike runner, flat feet, and need a wide toe box (as my toes have been spread out by the Vibrams Five Fingers shoes when I wore them for almost a year). I’m a minimalist runner, and I love that the Cursoris is zero drop. It allows me to run naturally and strengthen muscles I didn’t use when I would use shoes with a lot of cushions (aka basketball shoes). I used to be sprinter and a heel-striker.. now I’m building up to be a long-distance runner (20-25mi/week) and this shoe does NOT give me blisters like other shoes. I love it, and highly highly recommends to runners of the same type (forefoot/midfoot, flat feet, wide toe box preference, and minimalist).

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    TheRunningDrummer
    Chicago, IL

    Thanks for the post :)

    I’m thinking about getting these, but I normally wear a 2E shoe…would these fit ok for those of us with wider feet?

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    andrealiz
    San Diego, CA

    Yes, definitely! Try them out at your local running store and see how they fit. Try out different sizes as well and give it a test to see what fits best :) .

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