Icebug Acceleritas4 OCR LE Review

The Icebug Acceleritas4 OCR LE shoes are a fantastic tool for unstable and slippery courses, but they probably won’t be suitable for everyday trainers.


 

Skechers GoRun Speed 3 Review

The Sketchers GOmeb Speed 3 shoes are a fantastic 5k to marathon racing shoe, but should not be confused for a daily trainer. You can use this shoe as a daily trainer, but it will not be as durable, and you might find the fit to be too tight for daily use.


 

PulseOn

PulseOn Heart Rate Wrist Band


 

Saucony Ride 8 Review

The Saucony Ride 8 comes from a lineage of successful models and proves itself to still be a great durable trainer for neutral runners. It's not the lightest out there, but that won't matter when you notice how durable they are



 

Nike Lunar Tempo Review

The Nike Lunar Tempo is a surprisingly lightweight cushioning shoe that brings just enough rubber to the sole to keep you well-connected with the road. The cushioning is very noticeable, but does well for all types of workouts


 

Brooks Launch 2 Review

The Brooks Launch 2 is a solid neutral trainer that brings a few new changes to an already very well-liked shoe. This shoe breathes well and feels at home during hard workouts



 

Adidas Fit Smart

The Adidas Fit Smart is designed to be a smart activity watch that uses a heart rate sensor and an accelerometer to record your heart rate and estimate pace/distance traveled.




 

Nike AirZoom Elite 7 Review

Ready and responsive, the Nike Air Zoom Elite prepare you for fast and cushioned training. Flywire technology, asymmetrical lacing, and an inner mesh gives you a snug fit


 

Under Armour SpeedForm Apollo Review

The Under Armour Speedform Apollos are lightweight low to mid distance trainers that come from a unique design environment. Under Armour translated a few clothing design techniques into shoe manufacturing and did a pretty good job


 

Saucony Mirage 4 Review

The Saucony Mirage 4 is a superb lightweight stability shoe that feels ready for tempo runs. Although stiffer than some may like, it still provides decent responsiveness


 

New Balance 880v4 Review

The 880v4 is a lightweight cushioning shoe with a 12mm heel to toe drop. This shoe performs well on both pavement and trails while providing substantial cushioning in a neutral package



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