Best Women's Running Shoes With Wide Toe Box in 2021
ASICS Women's Gel-Venture 5 Running Shoe, Silver Grey/Turquoise/Lime Punch, 8 D US
- Rugged neutral runner in mesh with bright overlays
- GEL Cushioning System
- Removable foam sockliner accommodates orthotics
- Trail-specific outsole with multisurface traction
- High-abrasion rubber
Saucony Women's Cohesion 11 Running Shoe, Grey/red, 10.5 Medium US
- Grid supportive cushioning
- Durable rubber outsole
- Supportive upper overlays
New Balance Women's FuelCore Nergize V1 Sneaker, Overcast/White/Heather, 9 W US
- REVlite midsole foam
- NB Memory Sole Comfort insert
- Removable insert
- Slip on upper with additional lace up support
ASICS Women's Gel-Excite 4 Running Shoe, Blueprint/Silver/Mint, 8 D US
- Rearfoot GEL Cushioning System: Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.
- Removable Sockliner: A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.
- AHAR Outsole: Acronym for ASICS High Abrasion Rubber. Placed in critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.
Saucony Women's Mad River TR Trail Running Shoe, Black, 8
- The PWRFOAM midsole and EVERUN topsole work together to provide underfoot cushioning
- PWRTRAC tacky rubber, combined with a dual compound outsole, and rugged directional lugs give you confidence on any surface
- Two rows of eyelets provide endless lace configurations
- Gaiter compatible
- Integrated tongue helps keep debris out and has a gaiter-compatible D Ring to give the option of adding extra protection
Saucony Women's S10467-3 Kinvara 10 Running Shoe, White | Blue - 9 M US
- Successor to the Kinvara 9
- Weight: 6.7 oz. | 190 g
- EVERUN topsole construction for enhanced energy return and continuous cushioning throughout the run
- EVA+ midsole
- Engineered mesh
- FORMFIT performance contoured footbed
- Cushion: Responsive
- Construction Type: Natural Motion
- Surface: Road, Track
- Arch: Normal (Mid)
New Balance Women's 520 V5 Running Shoe, Summer Fog/Guava/Team Away Grey, 6.5 W US
- Injection Molded EVA
- NB Response 1.0 Performance Insert
- Data Inspired Upper Design
- Rubber Outsole
- Synthetic/Mesh Upper with Comfort Collar
Brooks Womens Ghost 12 Running Shoe - Shark/Violet/Bel Air Blue - B - 9.5
- THIS SHOE IS FOR: Neutral runners looking for a lightweight shoe and a smooth ride without sacrificing cushioning. Whether you’re a Ghost loyalist or are lacing one up for the first time, you’ll find plenty to like.
- SUPPORT AND CUSHION: The neutral support type provides high energizing cushioning. Ideal for road running, cross training, the gym or wherever you might want to take them! Predecessor: Ghost 11
- BALANCED, SOFT CUSHIONING: BioMoGo DNA and DNA LOFT cushioning work together to provide a just-right softness underfoot without losing responsiveness and durability - yet it feels lighter than ever.
- SMOOTH, STABLE RIDE: No matter how your foot lands, our Segmented Crash Pad - an integrated system of shock absorbers - will cushion every step and stride for smooth heel-to-toe transitions.
- SOFT, SECURE, FIT: The newly engineered mesh and 3D Fit Print practically disappears on your foot with strategically placed stretch and structure.
New Balance Women's Fresh Foam Arishi Trail V1 Running Shoe, Light Aluminum/Black/Neo Mint, 8 W US
- AT Tread outsole provides versatile traction during both on and off-road activities
- EVA foam insert increases comfort
- Fresh Foam midsole cushioning is precision engineered to deliver an ultra-cushioned, lightweight ride
- Toe Protect technology helps protect feet from rocks, roots and debris
- Upper features no-sew construction for a sleek fit and feel
ALTRA Women's AFW1833G Escalante 1.5 Running Shoe, Black/Black - 7.5 B(M) US
- Ideal Uses: Road Running, Fitness / Cross-Training, Walking
- Platform: Fully Cushioned Zero Drop platform and FootShape Toe box
- Insole: 6 mm Contour Footbed
- Stack Height: 24 mm; Midsole: Altra EGO
- Outsole: Footpod; Upper: Engineered Knit
Greg Olsen's Game Improving in Martz' System
No player had more speculation surrounding their concern over the arrival of Mike Martz than Chicago Bears tight end Greg Olsen had last off-season.
No player had more speculation surrounding their concern over the arrival of Mike Martz than Chicago Bears tight end Greg Olsen had last off-season. The free agent signing of blocking tight end Brandon Manumaleuna added even more fuel to the fire. Whether it was rumors of Olsen's displeasure over his expected diminished role or trade rumors, the attention surrounding the Greg Olsen - Mike Martz "issue" became an important story to watch during the 2020 season.
This morning on the Mully amp; Hanely show, Greg Olsen talked about how he embraced his new role in the Martz offense in 2020:
"There's a lot of other ways that you can impact the game rather than just catching the ball. I think last year really made that a lot more evident to me than I experienced early on in my career because catching the ball really was my role on the offense. Last year there were some other things that were maybe even more important or just as important as being out there to catch the ball. I did embrace that."
"I think I got better as a football player last year. Granted my catches and stuff went down, but I honestly can say I think I got better and there's a reason for that. Between the coaches and the off-season work that we were able to do, and as you continue to grow and mature as a player, each year you should get better. I anticipate doing the same thing this year."
Being that I have been critical of Greg Olsen's play in the past,I had my doubts as to how Olsen would fit into Martz' system. As such, I took great interest in following the play of Greg Olsen last season. I'll say this now as I said throughout multiple games last season, watching Greg Olsen's performance was one of the great surprises and stories that I will remember from the 2020 Chicago Bears season.
While there were occurrences of whiffed blocks in the backfield and miscommunication at times, I can also vividly recall several instances while reviewing the games where I would be pleasantly surprised and literally marvel out loud at the visible progress of Greg Olsen's play. Along with the occasional growing-pain plays, you would see flashes of growth and progress towards him becoming a more complete tight end. Whether it was seeing extra effort on downfield blocks, or doing whatever it took to seal a block including a couple of infamous "booty" blocks, Greg Olsen's growth in 2020 impressed me and made me more of a fan of him than I have ever been.