Cushioning Running Shoes Reviews

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

Asics GEL-Kinsei 5 Review

Asics GEL-Kinsei 5 Review

A shoe for heavy runners... 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

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

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

Mizuno Wave Creation 15 Review

Mizuno Wave Creation 15 Review

Fans of the Wave Creation 14 have little to fear when it comes to changes in the newest model. The evolved form gives cushioning and responsiveness to this lightweight trainer, while retaining the key... read more

Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 Review

Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 Review

The Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 continues to evolve by making improvements to the model from last year, mainly by changing the materials used. In its newest version, the Wave Inspire 10 continues to be... read more

Pearl Izumi EM Road H3 Review

Pearl Izumi EM Road H3 Review

The Pearl Izumi EM Road H3 is another great shoe in the E:Motion line which provides stability and cushioning to those who pronate with a very light-weight feel. The new sole design from Pearl Izumi... read more

New Balance 890V4 Review

New Balance 890V4 Review

I thought that the 890 series could not be improved up; I was wrong. The 890V4 is a lighter version of one of the best neutral cushioning shoes on the market, and the improved fit will appeal to a... read more

Adidas Energy Boost Review

Adidas Energy Boost Review

The Adidas Energy Boost is a great shoe if you’re looking for a light shoe to get a bit of bounce in your run while still having the stability you need for longer distances... read more

Nike LunarGlide 5 Review

Nike LunarGlide 5 Review

This trainer is the epitomic example of the Nike Lunarlon platform. It will satisfy the neutral runner looking for a healthy cushioned shoe... read more

Adidas Adistar Boost Review

Adidas Adistar Boost Review

The Adidas Adistar Boost is a good mid-weight option for neutral runners who enjoy a soft, but very responsive ride. The shoe is firm and supportive enough for mild over-pronators... read more

Mizuno Wave Enigma 3 Review

Mizuno Wave Enigma 3 Review

The Enigma 3 is a shoe that is experiencing an identity crisis--a shoe with a neutral label but with the inherent stability of a motion control trainer ... read more

ON Running Cloudrunner Review

ON Running Cloudrunner Review

The newest Cloudrunner is the best one to date. It's stronger than the last one and the realignment of the ringlets in conjunction with the Speedboard make this a very fast shoe for endurance runners.... read more

New Balance 880v3 Review

New Balance 880v3 Review

The 880v3 is a light weight shoe with a 12mm drop from heel to toe. The shoe encourages a fluid forward roll. It is wearable on dirt but has an excellent performance on pavement in terms of returned... read more

Brooks Ghost 6 Review

Brooks Ghost 6 Review

The Ghost 6 is a solid shoe that will not disappoint long-time Ghost wearers. It performs just as well on the roads as it does on the track, and has a soft, smooth ride, making it a great choice for... read more

Pearl Izumi E:Motion Road N2 Review

Pearl Izumi E:Motion Road N2 Review

The Pearl Izumi E: Motion N2 is a great option for neutral runners desiring a shoe with maximum comfort and cushioning in a simple package. The shoe sports an ergonomic design that will support a... read more

Brooks Glycerin 11 Review

Brooks Glycerin 11 Review

The Glycerin 11 still remains a great highly cushioned shoe for neutral runners looking for a plush ride. Improvements to the sole and upper have helped improve to shoes smooth ride and fit. While... read more

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