Here’s my comprehensive review of the Newton Gravitas. It’s a fantastic model from Newton, a relatively new boutique brand to the running world. With forefoot lug technology, these shoes strive to be the best for forefoot/midfoot runners hoping to better their stride, increase their speed and comfort.
I love them. I’ve been wearing newtons for about 6 months now (this is my second pair) and I rarely find myself running in my other shoe options. There are many things I like about this shoe and a few things that I don’t like. Though they’re outrageously expensive, the Gravitas are my current running shoe of choice. For more info on the shoe and where you can get yourself a pair, visit: NewtonRunning.com or follow them on twitter @SirIsaac. I did not receive my pair for free.
- Light (9.4 oz)
- Spacious Toe Box
- Forefoot Lugs
- Small Brand
- The Materials Used in the Upper
- Too Much Heel
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