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The Brooks Caldera 4 offers a significant upgrade from its third-generation predecessor. But there is still a lot to like. The new Caldera is ... (Read more)

 

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The Asics Alpine XT 2 is a good, not great, option for new trail runners. While it transitions well from dirt trails to paved surfaces, the shoe lacks ... (Read more)

 

Brooks PureGrit 7 Review

The Brooks PureGrit 7 is a trail shoe sticking to its niche in the industry — and with good reason. There are shoes that offer more support. There ... (Read more)


 

Brooks Cascadia 13 Review

The Brooks Cascadia 13 gets a modern upper in the latest iteration while maintaining its midsole, outsole and other details from the previous version. ... (Read more)

 

Saucony Koa Tr Review

The Saucony Koa TR bills itself as a hybrid solution for those seeking a running shoe that will handle both trails and paved surfaces. While the shoe is ... (Read more)


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