Nike Zoom Pegasus 36 Review

The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36s are a proven shoe from Nike that offer a durable, reliable, and well-tested set of features. With a fair price and smart looks, you’re sure to have a good run ahead if you grab a pair


 

New Balance Zante Solas Review

The New Balance Fresh Foam Zante Solas is one of the most lightweight shoes in its class, and combining that with the nearly seamless upper gets you a quick and simple ride for your next run


 

Adidas UltraBoost 19 Review

Adidas had the advantage over most other shoe companies with their Boost midsole, but they’re now drifting away from making the Ultraboost shoes a top tier performer in favor of making it better for the general casual gym goer


 

Nike Epic React Flyknit 2 Review

Nike’s Epic React Flyknit 2 shoe brings a lot to the table and it all comes together to give runners of all levels a quality daily trainer. It’s a pricey daily trainer, but most will find it’s worth the extra cost


 

Nike Legend React Review

Nike’s Legend React shoe brings the new React foam into an affordable running shoe package while keeping a strong focus on a smooth ride and a smooth fitting upper


 

Brooks Launch 6 Review

Brooks made their Launch 6 shoes with a few improvements to their already successful Launch 5 shoes. The lightweight design with a focus on long-term durability makes this a quick shoe for everyday runners


 

Nike Revolution 4 Review

The Nike Men’s Revolution 4 shoe is an entry level running shoe with entry level components that come together in a modern looking package for price conscious athletes who want the Nike logo. Although it’s not the smoothest running experience, it gets the job done and looks the part



 

Nike Zoom Fly Flyknit Review

Nike’s Breaking2 project that flirted with a sub 2:00:00 marathon is fading slightly into the past, and the tech that did it is slowly trickling more into consumer products. The Zoom Fly Flyknit is the “affordable” sports car of the running shoe world, where you can get some of the most groundbreaking tech like a carbon


 

Garmin Fenix 5 (Sapphire) Review

Garmin's Fenix 5 S is a rugged multisport watch from the Fenix line of watches designed for those who want a rugged watch packed with sensors for a variety of outdoor activities. The Fenix 5 I tested touts a sapphire crystal display covering a fiber-reinforced polymer body with a stainless steel back. This watch is


 

Asics 451 Review

Asics’ GEL-451 shoe breaks a few standards in order to help you break records. An unconventional fit system paired with a very light and tight build gets you a shoe that aims to bring you faster times


 

Adidas SolarGlide Review

The adidas Solar Glide is a daily trainer for the urban runner who splits time across the gym and long outdoor runs who doesn’t mind a few quirks for a stylish shoe


 

Asics Gel Flux 5 Review

The Asics Gel-Flux 5 brings a total redesign to the Gel-Flux series, including the signature GEL rearfoot cushioning system and guidance systems in the midsole. The shoe competes as a daily trainer in the affordable price point category


 

Saucony Ride ISO Review

The Saucony Ride ISO branches into new territory of the Ride line, improving on fit comfort and overall running efficiency. Comfort combined with a modern design makes this shoe a good choice for daily training


 

Asics Gel Cumulus 20 Review

The Asics Gel Cumulus 20 is a smooth fitting and sturdy feeling daily trainer with an emphasis on rearfoot+forefoot cushioning for shock absorption. It’s priced competitively for what it offers, and follows in the footsteps of a successful line of shoes



 

Asics Noosa FF 2 Review

The Asics Noosa FF 2 is a smooth fitting race or training ready shoe with a design focused for triathletes. Several Asics specific tech features make this shoe a comfortable choice for most runners


 

Garmin Forerunner 935 Review

Garmin's Forerunner 935 is a feature packed activity watch from the Forerunner line of watches designed for multisport athletes. The Forerunner 935 stands out from the competition with a lightweight design (49 grams), long battery life (up to 2 weeks just as a smartwatch), and useful metrics for nearly every outdoor and indoor


 

Brooks Launch 5 Review

The Brooks Launch 5 is a solid neutral trainer that brings a new look to the established line of Launch shoes. This shoe fits well into impromptu workouts and regular training while giving you a modern look at a reasonable price point


 

Nike Zoom Fly Review

The Zoom Fly is the more affordable version of the Zoom Vaporfly 4% that came out of the Breaking2 research and the Zoom Fly is a serious contender for best value for performance marathon shoe ever


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