- Type: wide
- UK: 9
- US: 9.5
- EUR: 43.5 (44)
- Heal-to-toe: 27.5 mm (R)
In which every UK+US configuration gets me closest to 43.5 EUR.
- Date: 2007
- Size: US 9.5 43 - good fit
Regular uninspired running shoe. My shoe for getting into running.
Nike Free 3 v2.0
- Date: April 2011
- Size: US 9.5 43 - bit short, tight toe-box
Great model of the original minimal running shoe. Lightweight. Used them as day-to-day shoes.
Saucony Kinvara 1
- Date: February 2011
- Size: US 9.5 43 - perfect fit
Great neutral mid-stroke running shoe. Suitable for marathons.
Nike Free 3 v4.0
- Date: May 2012
- Size: US 9.5 43 - good fit, tight toe-box
Updated Nike Free to feed the sneaker market. Comfortable and just enough cushion.
- Date: January 2013
- Size: US 10 43.5 - bit loose fit, good wide toe-box
A really minimal and lightweight running shoe. This is what the Nike Free really could become. Used as regular daily shoes.
Nike Free 3 v5.0
- Date: July 2013
- Size: US 9.5 43 - good fit, tight toe-box - holes caused by big and little toe
Light weight, good upper, but does not exceed 6 months of daily use.
Saucony Kinvara 5 running shoes
- Date: February 2016
- Size: US 10 44 - Another pair of Kinvaras, good fit, bit wide foot-box on 44
Nike Free Flyknit v4.0
- Date: September 2015 Nike Warsaw, re-purchased July 2017 Ebay
- Size: US 10 44 - Great soft upper, flexible, strings that loops over to keep the fabric on place, holds up for over 18 months of daily use. Begins to tear near the sole on both sides after a while. The loops holding the upper tears.