Hoka One One Mach Review

The Hoka One One Mach, a member of the new ProFly line is a continuation of the popular Clayton series. It maintains the rocker feeling and amazing cushioning to weight ratio that the Clayton is known for.


Hoka One One Cavu Review

The Hoka One One Cavu is a new trainer to race day option within the Profly line. It is for daily training runs and can be used for races; however it lacks a truly fast feeling. It is a promising shoe as to what is to come for the future of this new Hoka One One offering.


Saucony Breakthru 4 Review

The Saucony Breakthru 4 is a lightweight daily trainer that can double as a racing shoe. What sets the Breakthru apart from other similar shoes is the durability at a low price.


New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v4 Review

The New Balance Fresh Foam Zante v4 is a lightweight neutral trainer that strikes a balance between being a soft cushioned ride and a fast snappy responsive feeling.

It is such a versatile shoe that it can be used for racing 5Ks up to marathon distances for efficient runners.


Asics Gel Pursue 3 Review

The Asics Gel Pursue 3 is a neutral shoe that can provide runners with many of the Asics features at a lower price. It is supportive and adds stability for the runner but falls short as a responsive snappy shoe.


Brooks Levitate Review

The Brooks Levitate is a new trainer, and the first by Brooks to use their DNA AMP midsole. The shoe promises to give ‘endless energy’ to the runner due to the new midsole material but falls short on its promises, delivering a comfortable albeit heavy trainer.


Mizuno Wave Sonic Review

The Mizuno Wave Sonic is a new edition to their racing line up that will eventually become the only racing option that Mizuno offers.

While it is affordable and is very durable for a racing shoe, it does not feel as fast as other racing options on the market.


Saucony Zealot ISO 3 Review

The Saucony Zealot ISO 3 is a plush cushioned neutral trainer that comes in at a light weight and improves on the already successful Zealot line.

By dropping the weight of the Zealot ISO 2 down to the original Zealot ISO weight the the Zealot ISO 3 makes a great option for logging longer runs and recovery miles.


Brooks Revel Review

The Brooks Revel, a new addition to the Brooks neutral cushioning lineup is a daily trainer intended to offer, at a lower price, quality performance while maintaining “street-style” for daily wear. At the $100 price point the Revel is a fantastic value.


Adidas Pureboost DPR Review

The Adidas Pureboost DPR is a neutral lightweight daily trainer that can handle tempo, recovery, and long runs. The shoe fixes many of the issues of the original version to provide a comfortable ride. It is a good option in the rain and is a huge step in the right direction from the original Adidas Pureboost.

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