I'm looking to replace my old pair of Performance Shoes and I wanted opinions on mid cut vs low cut. Do the mid cut shoes work for cross country riding as well as the low cut? Mainly I'm wondering if the extra material around the ankle makes it harder to pedal?? Because of some ankle issues that I have I'd like to be able to wear the mid cuts. But I don't want to give up on performance/efficiency when it comes to pedaling on a trail for two hours.
An example of what I'm looking at is the Adidas El Moro. It comes in both styles. Which one would be better for cross country trail riding?
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