Comments: My son tried these for the 3200 and 1600 and hasn't had any problems so far just running on a rubber track.
From: Kathryn, Seattle, WA, USA. October 17th 2016
Comments: I agree with other reviewers: not durable enough at all. If there is any gravel, pavement, or non-grass/dirt areas on your course, you are better off with the Shays. I went through two pairs and had the same problem each time: the spikes and the sockets in the shoes got bent out of place (sockets were bent sideways) and the shoe became unusable with spikes. I use them as flats for workouts on grass now. Stick to the Shay XC, its new update is much lighter than it was and it's much more durable.
From: Anonymous. November 16th 2014
Comments: We had the same problem as the previous review.
From: Anonymous. October 26th 2014
Comments: Nice & light but fragile! First time I wore them stepped on a rock & the spike got pushed through the sole of the shoe and got stuck pushed in...very uncomfortable for the rest of the race. Nice shoe if you can aford a new pair each time you wear them...
From: Anonymous. September 23rd 2014