Adidas Brand Guide

Adidas is in the middle of a revolution, thanks to their new technology, Boost. The new Boost material has allowed Adidas to completely revamp their lineup.


Mizuno Brand Guide

“Never settle”: that is Mizuno’s motto. It sums up Mizuno’s approach to running shoes. They constantly seek to improve the technologies in their shoes in an effort to produce an even better experience for runners. As a result, it can get a little confusing when trying to choose what Mizuno shoe is for you.


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


Nike Free 5.0 Review

Free 5.0 is a shoe that has a wide appeal. It can serve as a transition shoe for someone looking to move to less shoe or as an everyday trainer for the biomechanically efficient runner


Asics Gel Scout Review

The Asics Gel Scout is a soft, protective trail shoe that is well suited for beginning or occasional trail runners


Asics Gel Nimbus 14 Review

The Asics Gel Nimbus 14 is a great shoe for anyone looking for premium soft cushioning. Read the review!


Mizuno Wave Enigma 2 Review

The Mizuno Wave Enigma 2 takes a step forward, but Mizuno still has some kinks to work out in this running shoe. Read the review!


Nike Zoom Pegasus 29 Review

My immediate impression is the Pegasus 29 looks like a sleeker version of the 28. Much of the shoe looks familiar, like the Flywire lacing system and the upper patterns. But the midsole looks sleeker, giving the 29 a more streamlined, even futuristic look. A great-looking shoe!


Nike Zoom Vomero 7 Review

The Vomero 7 is Nike’s premium neutral running shoe, known for delivering big cushion for any runner looking for extra comfort and protection.

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