Comment from: Cynthia [Visitor]  
Cynthia

Thank you so much for the review of the Topo RR. Can you tell me how it compares to Altra The One? I'm looking for a zero drop minimalist shoe with some extra cushioning, as the marathon I run is almost entirely on concrete, and I end up with quite a bit of foot pain at that distance when I wear my VFF. Thank you!

09/27/13 @ 06:32
Comment from: Christian Messerschmidt [Visitor]  
Christian Messerschmidt

Hi Cynthia,
glad you enjoyed the review, I put my thoughts on The One, here:
http://www.runblogger.com/2013/09/altra-one-guest-review.html

Head-to-Head, my personal preference is the RR, mainly because of the bunions...
+The One
Flexibility
Workmanship

+RR
Glove like fit
BOA system

09/27/13 @ 14:03
Comment from: Pam [Visitor]
Pam

Looks a lot like Nike Reefs I used to wear.

10/02/13 @ 19:56
Comment from: Eric V [Visitor]
Eric V

I also seem to wear 12.5 in most shoes and I've had the same issue when searching for the right fit. There are a number of shoe makers that stop the half sizes at 12. Since you seem to have the same foot size and you've been wearing the 12's in Topo's do you find you need that little bit of extra room or does taking the footbed out really solve the problem?

11/06/13 @ 08:31
Comment from: Christian Messerschmidt [Visitor]  
Christian Messerschmidt

Hi Eric,
sorry, only seeing this now. I can run up to 15 miles without blisters sockless and the toes do not get too bodged, still 12.5 would be ideal, I tried the 13 recently with thick Tabi socks and the footbed in and they are just too big...

12/04/13 @ 12:41