Comments: I still love these shoes the only issue I have is after 120 miles it's showing lot of wear. At best another 60miles.
From: I.A., Skokie, IL
Comments: I really wanted to like this shoe. I usually run in vibram see-yas or vibram spyridons, but because I gained some weight I decided that I need something with a little more padding. I'm 6'2" and started the year at 246 lbs (now down to 229.5). I tried the New Balance MR00's in 2E width (didn't like the rigid arch), the Mizuno Cursoris (didn't like the arch), the Saucony Virrata (too narrow where the forefoot and midfoot meet), and the Levitas (seemed to be perfect). Based on shoefitr I went with a 12.5 instead of a 13 and the fit seems to be great. Something that I really struggled with was the really soft heel area and with there being no hard rubber on the outside edge of the forefoot. When standing I get the sensation of sinking into the Levitas while not in motion. My ankles also started to bother me for the first time after a few runs. I just think that this shoe isn't for me. I typically land on my forefoot and kind of roll back to the heel to push off for forward propulsion. It almost feels like my heel goes lower than the forefoot when doing this.
From: Rich, Dover, DE
Comments: These are great shoes! Nicely cushioned and enough room in the toe box to not feel cramped. I wear an 11 or 11.5 in most running shoes for different brands (Adidas, New Balanace, Nike), but finally settled on a size 10 for these. They fit great - just took a couple of tries to find the right size. My only complaint is the sole under the balls of your feet. The orange material there is wearing out way too fast. The darker purple color around it shows little wear. They should have put more of that material under the ball of the feet.
From: Mike, Colorado
Comments: Love these shoes. They are so light and flexible.
From: Suresh, Skokie, IL
Comments: Simply the most comfortable zero drop shoes I've ever worn. Tried on the Cursoris and was not as impressed, felt a ridge along the end of the toe box, heel feels more built, and laces are far too long. Levitas superior in every way. The only concern is durability of the upper. Super thin so stay off the technical trails. Go a half size smaller as others have recommended.
From: Sam, North Carolina
Comments: I bought these shoes after purchasing (and loving) the cursoris. I also went a 1/2 size smaller as I tend to prefer a more snug fit for speed work and short tempo runs and that is why I purchased these shoes. I absolutely love these shoes. I run almost exclusively in "elemental" type running shoes, and I find these to have more than enough protection for longer runs. These are one of the most impressive shoes I have run in and have become my go-to running shoe. They are light, flexible, and the breathable mesh upper is fantastic. I would not hesitate to recommend these or the cursoris to anyone, they are both fantastic offerings.
From: Tim, Birmingham, AL, USA
Comments: I bought these after trying them on at a LRS. I went with a 1/2 size smaller because of the volume of the upper in the forefoot. On the road, they are the BEST shoe I have ever run in. The midsole is extremely responsive and flexible, with excellent traction. The upper is light, with well-ventilated mesh. I think most will have to adjust the lacing to get the fit just right, as I did. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
From: Bill, Tenessee