Reviews

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Saucony Type A6 Review

Saucony Type A6 Review

The Saucony Type A6 is a durable, responsive racing flat with a 4mm drop that'll help you fly—and it looks good, too... read more

Brooks Pure Cadence 3 Review

Brooks Pure Cadence 3 Review

Updates to the PureCadence have helped to further improve this unique stability shoe. The PureCadence 3 is a great shoe for the stability runner looking for a solid daily trainer, race day choice, or... read more

Saucony Triumph 11 Review

Saucony Triumph 11 Review

The Triumph 11 is a full featured shoe with great cushioning in the same vein as the Asics Kayano and Brooks Glycerin... read more

Saucony Virrata 2 Review

Saucony Virrata 2 Review

Weighing in at a slim 6.4 ounces, the Saucony Virrata 2 gets you as close as you can to barefoot running with all the protection of a running shoe... read more

Asics GT 1000 2 Review

Asics GT 1000 2 Review

The GT 1000 2 is an update to Asics’ most basic stability shoe. Great heel cushioning and support were met with less than stellar forefoot cushioning which is disappointing given the price. ... read more

Under Armour Charge RC 2 review

Under Armour Charge RC 2 review

The Charge RC 2 is a super-breathable, light stability shoe with fantastic traction and responsiveness, but can feel rigid underfoot... read more

Under Armour Speedform RC Review

Under Armour Speedform RC Review

The Speedform RC is an ambitious effort within the minimalist market, but is not without its limitations... read more

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14 Review

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14 Review

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14 First Impression: Brooks GTS 14 Model is very similar to its predecessor on a surface level. With the Brooks’ logo on the side as the pop color, they keep the mesh simple... read more

Asics GT-2000 2 Review

Asics GT-2000 2 Review

The Asics GT-2000 2 is an ideal trainer for runners with mild over-pronation or for the neutral runner who desires a little extra padding... read more

Asics GEL-Kinsei 5 Review

Asics GEL-Kinsei 5 Review

A shoe for heavy runners... read more

Asics Gel Flux Review

Asics Gel Flux Review

I would recommend the Asics Flux to beginner runners and mild overpronators... read more

Brooks PureConnect 3 Review

Brooks PureConnect 3 Review

The Brooks PureConnect 3 improves an already amazing PureConnect shoe with a redesigned upper which will accommodate a wider foot type... read more

Newton Motion III Review

Newton Motion III Review

The Newton Motion III hits a homerun in the performance stability category. The ride is responsive, smooth, and accommodating underfoot, yet light enough for marathon training and racing. ... read more

New Balance Minimus 10 Review

New Balance Minimus 10 Review

The Minimums 10 GT is a favorable shoe that can serve most anyone in a variety of fitness goals. The GT is ideal on wet and snowy roads or trails keeping feet warm and dry while providing good... read more

Saucony Guide 7 Review

Saucony Guide 7 Review

Saucony has taken a lot of time and care to develop the Guide 7, and it very apparent. The Saucony Guide 7 offers great forefoot comfort, super durability, and lasting comfort in a great daily... read more

Asics GEL-Kayano 20 Review

Asics GEL-Kayano 20 Review

The Asics GEL-Kayano 20 is a good all-around shoe for streets and basic trails... read more

Nike Structure Triax 17 Review

Nike Structure Triax 17 Review

The Nike Structure 17+ is a low-frills stability road shoe that will serve a variety of different runners... read more

ECCO BiomEvo Trainer Pro Review

ECCO BiomEvo Trainer Pro Review

The ECCO Trainer Pro did not suit my personal taste in running shoes very well, but does fill the cushioned neutral category for the company as a whole. A host of runners will love the broad platform,... read more

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