Originally Posted by Philipp Lendner
Personal opinion here: this shoe does not exist. Heel striking is only possible if your shoe has a sole that safes your knee. However, that means the sole has to be pretty big. This shoe therefore will probably be unstable when doing squats.
Did you consider changing your running technique? I prefer fixing an issue in movement patterns over using equipment to get around that problem.
I've tried forefoot strike a couple times but all I got out of it was shin splints and sprained arches. I generally don't have trouble with my knees from heel strike with a softer shoe so I haven't worried too much about it. I just hate when that shoe hinders the rest of my workout. I wear my Frees until they're paper thin just for this reason..lol