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  • I've had a pair of Vivobarefoot Gobi's for almost 4 years, they are incredibly comfortable and hard wearing. I walk a lot between buildings and have worn them just about every day and the sole is showing only small signs of wear. I was looking at ge…
  • You're unlucky with your MT110. I'm on my 4th pair and have 700+ miles on them.My Gobionic's have just over 200 miles on them, used as race shoes and for faster training. The little ridges have gone on the centre of the forefoot but that's about all…
  • I've had GoBionics and Gobionic Trails both in Size 9.5 UK. This is the same size as the 2 pairs of Mizunos I've had and 3 pairs of Brooks. I've a pair of Go Runs in size 10. New Balance MT110 in size 11! Saucony Peregrine in 10.5.So for me it sugge…
  • I asked Skechers UK about the availability of GBTs over here and this was part of the response I got: Thank you for contacting Skechers regarding our GObionic trail shoes. Unfortunately these are no longer available through our UK website. We have s…
  • Thanks Peter, I tried a pair on today and as you say very narrow (and the tread is near being a road shoe), A weekend of shoe hunting is in order.
  • I'm not sure on a replacement yet. The difficulty I have is finding a shoe that's good in the mud but in't so knobbly that it's useless on road/harder tails. Summer I use NB MT110s (on my 3rd pair) but these are poor in the mud. I had some Saucony P…
  • For me durability was an issue as my pair split on both shoes where the sole meets the upper. That's after 152 miles mostly off road and mostly in the mud (we're having a very wet winter). The tops aren't particularly rugged as they were looking a l…