Nike and TomTom Develop Nike+ SportWatch GPS

Jan 6th 2011: Nike and TomTom revealed yesterday, during CES Las Vegas, their collaboration in the making of the new Nike+ SportWatch GPS Powered by TomTom. The new running watch will combine unique functionality, beautiful design, and direct connection to www.nikeplus.com, the world’s leading running community counting almost


 

An Eyewear Guide for Runners

Have you ever tried running in your glasses? It probably wasn't much of a success. Your normal glasses work well in the office or while lounging around at home, but they aren’t designed to hold up to the strain caused by athletic activity



 

New Balance 890 – Preview and Behind the Scenes

The New Balance 890 features a new foam compound, REVlite, and is designed for the neutral runner who wants to run fast or feel fast in a lightweight package, without sacrificing durability, cushioning, or support.


 

Asics Gel Kayano 17 Running Shoes Review

ASICS premium stability plus shoe – the Gel-Kayano 17 gets an update for 2011 that results in a slightly lighter shoe and improved cushioning due to a new sock-liner and better response due to ASICS Guidance Line technology being full length now. New colors are also introduced with the big news being an all black



 

Write For Us!

If you clicked on this link, it probably means you are interested in publishing something on RunningShoesGuru.com – you came to the right page! What are we looking for? We are always on the lookout for insightful articles on a number or topics: improving running technique training for distance or for speed nutrition



 

Mizuno Wave Inspire 7 Running Shoes Review

The Mizuno Wave Inspire returns for it’s seventh year updated for 2011. As Mizuno’s best selling stability shoe, the Wave Inspire 7 has an impressive legacy to live up to. The upper and midsole are completely revised as is the Dynamotion Fit. Mizuno continues to provide male and female specific models using their Gender


 

Nike Zoom Structure Triax+ 14 Running Shoes Review

A new version for Nike's workhorse stability running shoe. The Zoom Structure Triax+ 14 sports the same midsole and outsole of the previous version. This means a stable but very cushioned ride thanks to the full length Zoom Air and a fit that adapts to many shapes of foot. The changes are in the upper, with the addition of


 

Nike Free Run+ Running Shoes Review

A “barefoot-like feel” with “shoe-like benefits” is Nike's description of its successful Free Run+. Nike originally thought its Free products on a scale from 0 to 10, where the 3.0 was closest to being barefoot, the 7.0 was the closest to a normal shoe, and the 5.0 was in the middle between barefoot and full shoe.


 

Mizuno Wave Alchemy 10 Running Shoes Review

On the roads of the world for a decade, Mizuno introduces the improved Wave Alchemy 10 for fall 2010. With the demise of the Wave Renegade the Wave Alchemy 10 now serves a s Mizuno’s lone entry in the motion control category. Updates include a plusher midsole and a new upper. Mizuno’s male and female specific Gender


 

Brooks Launch Running Shoes Review

The Launch is Brooks’ award-winning lightweight neutral trainer. It is the heir of the deceased Brooks Burn and fills the void in the Brooks marketing lineup for a daily fast shoe. The low 9.1 oz weight (in a size 9) of the shoe gives it more pep than a standard Brooks trainer, such as the Brooks Glycerin or Ghost



 

Mizuno Wave Nirvana 6 Running Shoes Review

Now in its sixth year, the Wave Nirvana 6 is Mizuno’s entry in the premium stability category. This years model offers several key updates to the midsole and the upper. Mizuno’s Gender Engineering, which provides men’s and women’s specific details, is retained from the Wave Nirvana 5.



 

Casey Neistat is a runner and filmmaker who lives in NYC. This is his short movie "Mind Games". Written years ago when Casey first started running, this 2.5 minute short explores the mind games runners face and the ideas one focuses on while the body is giving it all it has to keep them running



 

Nike LunarFly+ Running Shoes Review

Introduced in October 2010 as a replacement for the Nike Run Avant. The LunarFly+ is a well cushioned, light weight daily trainer for efficient runners that also does a nice job for speed and tempo work. Could also be used on race day



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