Rated 3 out of 5Â by Don Nice shoe, but narrow
My son is a sprinter. It is impossible to find a sprinting spike in a wide width. Every single model and brand we have tried are painfully tight. We tried the Spitfire and it is also too narrow. Because he tried them out in a few meetsand they aren't in brand new condition, we can't return them - so the money was wasted. He is back to using last year's Nike Zooms - which are also narrow but don't have the plastic piece on the side like the Spitfire so the Zoom can be stretched a little. I just wish the shoe companys would have a wide width available.
April 3, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5
Â by Phil r Don'T buy this shoe It rips
This shoe was worn twice and ripped. My last shoe lasted two years.
March 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by jaredmarshall96 this is an excellent shoe for sprinting but even better for hurdles
I decided to buy this shoe because I run hurdles and the showdown 2 was just feeling a little two heavy. The spitfire 2 is just a fast and strong but just feels that extra bit lighter and has noticably increased my hurdling proformance
February 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Antonio009 It gets the job done.
I'm a high school student, currently a junior, and I used this spike in indoor, and outdoor track. So for running every distance from 55m - 600m in these. They don't have the worlds best quality, but they do get the job done. The plat is still functional, and the grip is there. But they loose quality quick on the bottoms. It could also be the way I run, but I doubt it. Considering the price you pay though it's more than worth the money. I'm probably going to need a new pair though for next year after this outdoor season is complete. I still recomend them though, cheap and worth the cost.
April 21, 2013