Drew Jones

"Drew Jones"
Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (41 of 45)
Location: Berkshire

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Merrell Mens Bare Access 3 Running Shoes J06277 Na&hellip Merrell
5.0 out of 5 stars Barefoot forward, 28 July 2014
These are my second pair of the Merrell Barefoot access, this time replacing my old 2's after 1000km. I didn't look for another pair as these are so comfortable and durable and become a firm favourite that have convinced me that spending twice as much as I used to on trainers can be worth it.

It's hard to spot the modifications on the previous model but the main mesh upper certainly looks stronger. The rubber side strips offering support are slightly repositioned too so hopefully offer even more strength to the shoe. The fit and feel remain the same.

If these are your first barefoot/minimalists shoe it took a little while for me to learn to change my gait but having… Read more
Andes 2 Litre Black Hydration Pack/Backpack Runnin&hellip Andes
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Value, 28 July 2014
I bought this to get through longer runs in during the Summer heatwave. This is my first hydration pack so I can't compare to others, especially the more expensive brands/backpacks out there but after three long runs (more than 10k) this is very performing well it's light, durable and very comfortable.

The wide shoulder straps mean it doesn't rub and spreads the weight, the chest strap holds it in place if everything is sufficently tightened. It's not as big as some other backpacks sitting higher, so I feel a lower waist strap some have suggested would probably sit around the stomach and restrict movement and breathing.

The bladder itself has not leaked but I haven't… Read more
Spiritual Impact: The Dimension of the Wonder of B&hellip by Mihai Mehedintu
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Don't let this dull cover fool you, it has a very deep message behind it. This review hopes to unravel it layer by layer by taking you through every element (the type and photo).

- Composition of Typography -
The text layout alone speaks volumes about this book. Appreciating it from in unorthodox fashion we start from the bottom. The subtitle sits quiet and unassumingly below the offset main title. Rendered in a basic serif (Microsofts default and always reliable 'Times New Roman') it needs no fancy effects, no outer glow or drop shadow to bring it to your attention. It's simply sits there waiting for you to meet it on it's own terms and work out what the hell it could… Read more

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