Review: TevaSphere trainers

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If you have been inspired by this year’s London Marathon you will need a decent pair of running shoes to help you on your way.

And the TevaSphere trainer could be just the shoe. Designers have spent four years working out the best product an outdoor athlete could ask for.

With the first of its kind spherical heel and pod-arch system, the shoe is designed to cater for athletes who not only take part in conventional sports, such as running, but such pursuits as adventure racing, obstacle courses and mud runs.

This outdoor cross-trainer not only provides the support an athlete needs but is light and is made of quick-dry materials. It is waterproof, sturdy and has a toe bumper for added protection. The TevaSphere technology delivers a more natural point of impact, efficient transition and superior stability on a varied terrain.

“Teva has been providing innovative footwear for the outdoors since pioneering the sport-sandal category almost thirty years ago,” said Teva brand president Joel Heath.

“We are, once again, putting our stake in the ground; with TevaSphere we are delivering a technology-based solution that addresses the shortcomings of both minimalist and over-supportive athletic shoes.”

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