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Mar 1, 2012
I found great deal on this shoes at the local outdoor store and needed to replace my Cascadia 6 badly, and I heard the Badrock can be a good Cascade replacement/killer shoes, so I took my chance to try it out. Although it is already in March in PNW, the trail had 4 to 12 inches of unusual snow fall this morning. This can be a perfect to see the shoe's performance. I put on Drymax socks (but my feet will wet later in snow run) and start going 1200ft uphill for next 3.5 miles. The big toe box that is similar to Cascadia 4, 5, and 6, so my pinky toe is very happy after 13 miles of run. I am 5'10", 155 to 165 lb WT. range, and a mid foot striker. The forefoot of Badrock is very flexible and better than the post system on Cascadia. It was smooth transition of my underfoot weight from midfoot to forefoot that works downhill very well. The Fluid Post feels bit wired but I can get used to it.