Under Armour Hovr Velociti 2 Review

The Under Armour HOVR Velociti 2 is an everyday lightweight trainer which provides a well constructed versatile training shoe with a light and snappy ride. Though the name indicates this trainer as the second version of the original Velociti, it can be thought of as a brand new shoe comprising a comfortable and responsive ride


Nike Zoom Fly 3 Review

The Zoom Fly 3 is the “affordable” version of the Nike premium distance racing shoes. While this is the tier below the Vaporfly 4% and Next% shoes, the Zoom Fly 3 come with premium Nike running shoe features in a more accessible format


Hoka One One Carbon X Review

The Hoka One One Carbon X is a new carbon plate shoe that can be used for both training days and races. While it's durability for a shoe that can be used in a distance race is great, the Carbon X feels heavy under the foot


Asics Gel Cumulus 21 Review

The ASICS Gel-Cumulus 21 is a slightly tweaked continuation of a successful line of neutral everyday workhorse shoes. Ideal for heel-striking runners, it is priced well for the technologies packed into the shoe


Nike Zoom Streak 7 Review

The Nike Zoom Streak 7 is a minor update to the previous version of the popular racing shoe. The updates are so minor that the seventh iteration of the Streak still provides a great responsive feeling with similar upper issues to previous versions


Adidas Solar Ride Review

The Adidas Solar Ride is a budget-friendly option to the Solar line up of trainers. The Solar Ride is a neutral shoe that replaces more premium materials in the sole unit such as Boost foam and Continental rubber, and replaces them with Bounce and Adiwear rubber


Adidas Adizero Adios 4 Review

Much like previous versions the Adidas Adios Boost 4 is built for speed and racing. Updates to the fit from previous versions make the shoe more comfortable while maintaining the performance driven Boost midsole


New Balance 880v8 Review

The New Balance 880v8 is a daily trainer for runner's of all levels. It has more cushioning yet is bulkier than competitors shoes in the every day every run type of shoe. While best suited for longer and slower runs the New Balance 880v8 is a dependable shoe that will last for miles on end


Asics Gel Contend 4 Review

The Asics Gel Contend 4 is a low-mileage running shoe intended for beginners who may use this shoe for running and other activities. The Gel Contend 4 truly would only be comfortable for short distances as advertised but can be valuable to some as the shoe is very well made and durable considering the lower price point


Mizuno Wave Rider 22 Review

The Mizuno Wave Rider 22 is a high-mileage trainer that makes minor changes to the 21 creating a softer ride than its predecessor. The Wave Rider continues to be Mizuno's Go-To Shoe


Nike Zoom Elite 10 Review

The Nike Air Zoom Elite 10 is quietly one of the better shoes in Nike's lineup. Useful for fast training and race day, this underrated shoe is one of the cheapest options offered on the market thus, presents a fantastic value to runners


Nike Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo Review

The Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo is a lightweight version of the popular Pegasus trainer packed with ZoomX foam, previously only available in the Vaporfly Elite and Vaporfly 4%. The design of the shoe does not take into account the runner's comfort especially at the high price point


New Balance Fresh Foam Beacon Review

The New Balance Fresh Foam Beacon is a lightweight daily trainer that is softer than other Fresh Foam shoe options. It can be a versatile shoe and is one of the best New Balance releases in years


Mizuno Wave Sky 2 Review

The Mizuno Wave Sky 2 is a neutral trainer intended for maximum cushioning over long distances. It is a firm shoe that performs well in the very specific use of long runs with some added stability


Saucony Freedom ISO 2 Review

The Saucony Freedom ISO 2 improves on the very popular and highly regarded first version. By adding more EVERUN and focusing the shoe more towards a comfortable ride the Freedom ISO 2 exceeds its lofty expectations


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

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