Summary

We spent 10.1 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what runners think:

5 reasons to buy

  • People who have tested the Skechers GOrun Mojo - Radar claim that it is comfortable.
  • A lightweight structure is appreciated by those who have tested this road running shoe.
  • The visual aspect of this product is lauded by consumers.
  • The upper unit is considered breathable as it maintains a cool and dry wrap, even after many uses.
  • Several testers believe that the one-piece opening makes wearing the shoe quite an effortless task.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Some users disliked that the fabric is pinched when the shoelaces are tightened.
  • A few consumers have stated that the in-shoe experience is a bit wobbly and not so secure.

Bottom line

The overall reaction of consumers towards the GOrun Mojo - Radar has been quite positive. Those who have tested this Skechers running shoe believe that it is a comfortable and breathable option for their daily activities. The shoe proves its usefulness not only in running and training, but also in casual wear.

People enthusiastic about stylish neutral running shoes for the roads can enjoy the Skechers GOrun Mojo - Radar.

Facts

The Skechers GOrun Mojo - Radar is a product that is meant for runners who desire a fashion-forward product for their daily runs. The upper unit exhibits a visual difference from the original GOrun Mojo; it features a multilayered mesh with a honeycomb pattern as opposed to the original sandwich mesh. The rest of the features (midsole and outsole) remain the same.

Regular sizing schemes were used when the Skechers GOrun Mojo - Radar was created. The consumers are encouraged to get a pair using their usual sizing expectations. However, it is highly beneficial if the shoe is personally tested before purchase or when user reviews are observed.

When it comes to the sideways fit, this running shoe has a slip-on design and form-welcoming fabrics to help with the quality of the in-shoe experience. Also, the semi-curved shape of the platform accommodates the natural curvature of the human foot.

The external pad of the Skechers GOrun Mojo - Radar is made of ground-contact foam. A pattern of slanted tread-lines is responsible for delivering traction. The foam is touted to be durable enough to withstand the debilitating effects of surface contact and continued use.

Shallow flex grooves are featured in the forefoot and heel sections to permit the sole unit to bend in tandem with the foot during the gait cycle.

The midsole unit of the Skechers GOrun Mojo - Radar is made of 5GEN®, a compound that runs full-length. The purpose of this technology is to provide a comfortable surface on which the foot can relax. It has a responsive construction that enables the foot to have an energized toe-off.

An Air Cooled Goga Mat® insole is placed right on top of the primary cushioning unit. This add-on is meant to put a bit more oomph to the quality of the underfoot experience. It has breathing holes to maintain ventilation.

The upper unit of the Skechers GOrun Mojo - Radar is made of a multilayered mesh, the purpose of which is to deliver durable and form-fitting coverage. A honeycomb pattern governs the overall design and the ventilation pores that come with this ornamentation ensure a cool and dry in-shoe experience. All-day activities and extended running sessions can be appreciated because of these elements.

One-Piece construction is at the forefront of the upper unit’s overall look. The absence of a separate tongue unit aims to evoke a feeling of being wrapped in a sock-like case. Hot spots and material bunching are unsavory instances that are meant to be averted by this slip-on design. No-tongue configurations are present in many well-known series such as the updates to the Nike Free RN line.

Stitching replaces the overlay system that is traditionally the norm in running shoes. The discreet eyelets are reinforced with stitching, as are the sides of the silhouette. This minimalist design helps to lessen the weight of the shoe while also permitting more wiggle room for the foot to enjoy.

A pull-tab is attached to the back of the collar. This element helps widen the shoe’s opening when the foot is facilitated in or out of the foot-chamber.

Author
Jens Jakob Andersen
Jens Jakob Andersen

Jens Jakob is a fan of short distances with a 5K PR at 15:58 minutes. Based on 35 million race results, he's among the fastest 0.2% runners. Jens Jakob previously owned a running store, when he was also a competitive runner. His work is regularly featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and the likes as well as peer-reviewed journals. Finally, he has been a guest on +30 podcasts on running.

jens@runrepeat.com