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2010 Triathlete Magazine Shoe ReviewThe Keahou II was a hit with our testers, who found its neutral cushioning “just right.” The fit was supportive without being too tight and had plenty of room in the toe box. The ride was notably smooth and the generous cushioning didn’t seem to change over the course of long runs. The Keahou was stable without being overly corrective.

2010 Triathlete Magazine Shoe ReviewHeel fit: Very snug
Midfoot fit: Very close-fitting
Forefoot fit: Slightly narrow
Flexibility: Stiff
Perceived Weight: Somewhat heavy
Barefoot factor: Somewhat structured
Cushioning: Soft
Stability: Very stable
Responsiveness: Bouncy

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