Nike Free RN 2018 Review

The Nike Free Run is a lightweight minimalist shoe that performs well on runs of short distances (sprints to 10k's).


 

Saucony Peregrine 8 Review

The Saucony Peregrine 8 is a lightweight trail shoe that performs as any trail shoe should. It offers ample support for the foot and grips on all types of surfaces from loose gravel to packed dirt. The shoe keeps the foot in pace which eliminates slippage which can lead to injury or worse yet…blisters


 

Hoka One One Speed Instinct 2 Review

The Hoka Speed Instinct 2 is a lightweight neutral shoe that performs fairly well on runs of all types and distances. The shoe performed well on asphalt, treadmills and trails. The shoe performed well on lose gravel as well. One drawback in my eyes is the overall cost of the shoe. $130 for the Hoka Speed Instinct 2 is a turn off


 

Under Armour Threadborne Fortis Review

The Under Armor Thredborne Fortis is a lightweight shoe that in all instances I expected to perform well on short distance, long distance and speed work runs. It was disappointing that this was not the case. The Thredborne Fortis has a long way to go in order to compete with similar shoe brands like Nike and Adidas


 

Under Armour Charged Bandit 3 Review

The Under Armor Charged Bandit 3 is a lightweight shoe that performs well on runs of all distances. The shoe molds to the foot which creates a great fit which in turn leads to a comfortable run


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