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The Saucony Xodus ISO is a rugged yet comfortable trail shoe that is at the top of its class. The shoes are incredibly comfortable; there was virtually no stiffness during my first run with them. The lugs handle all trail terrain — mud, sand, dirt, rocks, etc. — with an unrelenting but reassuring grip for the runner


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The Brooks Hyperion is a very lightweight racing flat that is stripped down to the bare essentials to give you maximum speed with moderate durability for fast workouts and important races



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The Saucony Omni 15 is the latest and greatest in this unique line of shoes. A complete overhaul of both the upper and sole unit gives a fresh breath of air while staying true to the shoe's foundation


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The Vomero 11 is a robust shoe that delivers high-cushioning and excellent fit, providing solid value for general running adventures


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The Litewave TR is, in my opinion, the best trail running shoe The North Face has ever created. They've created a simple low profile trail running shoe, with just the right amount of cushioning for less than ultra distances on not-too-technical trails. The cushioning and ride are fantastic for those types of runners who prefer


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The Trail N3 rounds out the trail running line up in the E-Motion line. The N3 provides a great deal of plush cushioning in a light weight bundle. The N3 would suit most runners as a daily trainer and would be an excellent choice for racing ultra-distances


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The Brooks Cascadia 11 continues the heritage of being a highly durable and protective trail shoe that many runners will find stiff and unresponsive. At over 12 ounces for the average men's size, this is a shoe that appeals to old school runners and back of the pack trail runners who appreciate protection over a fast



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The Saucony Ride 9 continues the successful line of Ride shoes, making a few changes to the previous model to come in a smidgen lighter, while still providing a great trainer with the newest running tech


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Asics introduces their new FuzeGEL with the FuzeX series of road shoes. While the proprietary foam may be a hit, additional tweaking is necessary to produce a shoe that would satisfy the daily runner


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The Asics Metarun is a high-end concept shoe. Providing cushioning and a decent touch of stability, it introduces a handful of new technologies. The question is.. is it worth the extremely high price tag? Read the review to know more!


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