Just be aware that performance flats usually achieve their weight reduction by stripping down the material under your foot; the cushioning and the stability. This makes them ideal for biomechanically efficient runners with a neutral gait, but less so for those who severely overpronate.
Like stability shoes however, the degree of support and cushioning they do offer will vary, affecting the weight of the shoe. When choosing a racing shoe remember that the longer the distance, the greater the profile and cushioning should be.
To choose the best performance flats for you check out our easy to follow buying guide or pop into your local Runners Need store for your free gait analysis and expert advice.