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Satisfy Your Need for Racing Flats

Pearl Izumi

Just when I thought my desire for minimalistic running shoes was satisfied.

First Ecco’s Biom running shoes allowed my body to move as naturally as possible without artificial cushioning and excessive motion control. Then Green Silence from Brooks — lightweight running shoes with soy-based inks and recycled materials — helped me run lighter on my feet and the environment. The Mizuno Elixir also gave me cushioning, flexibility, and light weight. And the NB Minimus collection from New Balance reminded me, once again, why I love the “closer to barefoot” experience.

But now this feeling of desire is back all over again with the new ISO Transition from Pearl Izumi. I have about four runs under my belt with the ISO Transition racing flats. And I’m starting to think we were meant to be together.

Your New Go-To Shoe for a Personal Record (PR)

ISO Transition gives you the versatility you need in a running shoe that’s dependable for a wide variety of running – light enough for a 5K, but cushioned enough for a marathon.

Pearl Izumi designed and developed its ISO Transition running shoes with the advice of two-time Ironman World Champion Tim DeBoom.

Here’s just a few features of Pearl Izumi’s ISO Transition running shoes that’ll not only help you shave valuable minutes off your next PR, but also help explain such amazing barefoot comfort:

  • Quick-pull lacing system
  • Self-draining midsole
  • Breathable, seamless upper

Satisfy your desire for the best in speed and comfort. Try on a pair of ISO Transition from Pearl Izumi and achieve fitness with all your running, walking, and triathlon training needs at Ken Combs Running Store today!

Discussion

3 thoughts on “Satisfy Your Need for Racing Flats

  1. Is it wrong to have these feelings about shoes?

    Posted by kencombsrunningstore | March 11, 2011, 1:52 pm
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    Posted by Artik | October 24, 2011, 8:20 pm
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