About six months ago I wrote a very positive review of the Skechers Go Bionic running shoe. My friend Nate (of the BikerNate blog – view his Go Bionic review here) and I had been working with Skechers for several months as independent wear testers to refine the shoe prior to final production, and the final product is one that I like quite a bit. The Go Bionic is a zero-drop, cushioned, super-flexible shoe with a fairly wide toebox - it’s both a fantastic shoe to run in and an excellent choice for flat casual wear.
The Go Bionic has now been released, and I’ve already received positive feedback from both readers and friends regarding the shoe. It’s the first shoe that incorporates some direct feedback from me, so I’m excited to see it hit the market!
The Skechers Go Bionic can be purchased in a variety of color combinations at Skechers.com – use code ENT15 at checkout for 15% off!
If you’ve had the chance to try it already, let me know what you think!
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