Weight: 9.2 oz (M), 7.6 oz (W)
The right shoe for: Cushioned short and medium distance runs
Like Hoka One, MBT (Masai Barefoot Technology) is known for its maximalist shoes, with more padding and thicker bottoms than a normal running shoe. To do as such, MBT commonly utilizes three layers of froth and an adjusted base to help you easily progress from heel strike to toe-off. The Speed 2, in any case, separates itself from the commonplace MBT profile, with a more slender sole that still joins the organization’s running tech.
The Speed 2 has a “milder” form of MBT’s trademark rocker sole. This sickle shape serves to energize faster and smoother turnover on runs, and compensates for a solid bottom by enabling the foot to move forward. In spite of the fact that the sole isn’t as bended as MBT’s different models, sprinters might need to slip into the Speed 2 at a slower pace. One analyzer new to MBT portrayed running in the shoe as “an exercise in careful control.”
The Speed 2 is planned for short and medium separations. Sprinters may likewise support the shoe for broadly educating and an in the middle of exercises coach, because of its solace.
Lighter EVA Midsole
With the Speed 2, MBT ventured far from the maximalist profile by developing a lightweight shoe that still holds the qualities the organization is known for. Not at all like the more vigorous GT 18 and Zee 18, the Speed 2 has a one-piece padded sole, which is made of a more extended enduring and lighter EVA. This development makes for a quicker execution shoe without relinquishing padding, which analyzers found productive for short and mid-remove runs.