Golden Goose V Star is different

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Voted a "killer value" in "Outside" magazine's 2009 Summer Buyer's Guide, the Merrell Riot packs various features into a $90 (as of February 2010) pair of hiking shoes. The shoes feature breathable synthetic leather and mesh uppers that impressed hikers in the "Outside" test. The shoes also include a DWR finish for water protection. Reviewers were also impressed with the support and cushioning, provided by an OrthoLite footbed Golden Goose Scarpe and aircushion chamber. The toe and heel are protected by rubber and the Riot features a Vibram Epoch/TC5+ sole for enhanced traction. The shoes weigh 1 lb. 9 oz., per pair, on average.

The motion Golden Goose V Star is different, according to a walking information community called The Walking Site. A walker heel makes contact with the ground first and then rolls up to the toe, so the walker needs a more pliable sole and toe area than the runner, according to the website.

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