Review: SKORA Core

Thanks goes out to the Rebuilt Runner for his recent review of Core.

I ran on trails, roads, and grass so I got a good cross-section of how the Core handles on various terrain. They don't have deep tread so when I pulled them out of the box I was wary about how well they would grip the trails, but in practice they did a great job. The sole feels more like one solid piece than that of the New Balance Minimus (those ones are broken up into separate hexagonal pods) so you don't get quite the flexibility and surface feel of that model. But the Core feel a little sturdier so they protected my feet better against sharp rocks.

- Rebuilt Runner

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  • By David Gabbard

    I did a 5 mile run in my Cores yesterday, and they felt great. With cool weather upon us, I had to wear socks with them, but I still felt like I had a great feel for the ground beneath my feet. I was running on the Greenbelt here in Boise, Idaho, so it was blacktop and concrete for the whole route. The core gave me plenty of cushioning without feeling at all mushy. I'm glad to here they perform well on trails, too.

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