Comments: The description claims that this flat has a firm ride, but that is entirely incorrect. It's a flat with minimal cushioning and a soft ride. I really enjoy training in the Type A5 because I workout in a non-responsive shoe then race in a responsive one. Love this thing!
Comments: These shoes have everything going right for it except width. Although I don't have wide feet, I like having room for my toes to wiggle and splay. Felt like my pinky toe was going to burst out. Back to true minimal wide shoes for me. Great shoes if you have 4 toes.
From: Kishore, Seattle, WA, USA
Comments: The BEST shoe i have ever run with!!! :)
From: Seb, Riverside, CA, USA
Comments: Great shoe! I have been a fan of the A series from the A2. Irecently ran a marathon in them though and the elastic on the side thatpulls down the tongue wore on my foot a little too much. Besides that, these shoes put up great with way too many miles on them.
Comments: My go-to shoe for anything under about 8 miles. LOVE these. I size up about a .5 size (for comparison, I like my Kinvaras true to size...weird). Fast shoe, flexible, and just barely enough under foot. Lotsa PRs in these. Holding up pretty well too; these actually have some rubber on the sole and not just exposed EVA like some other lightweight flats. A solid buy.
Comments: These so are so light! A great minimalistic type shoe with a low drop. I really like the mesh
construction of the upper. They are not seamless (nor do they claim to be) so you have to wear socks with them. The only thing I'd like to see more of on this shoe is a slightly wider toe box. I ended up using a Lydiard Lacing pattern for a comfortable fit.