Scott T2C EVO Review

Excellent performance shoe for a variety of runners looking for a versatile daily trainer to a distance road racer.


 

Saucony Hurricane 15 Review

With very minimal changes the Hurricane 15 continues the same traditions as its predecessor. Runners will find a delightfully cushioned and flexible stability shoe without the unnecessary bulk.


 

Brooks Glycerin 11 Review

The Glycerin 11 still remains a great highly cushioned shoe for neutral runners looking for a plush ride. Improvements to the sole and upper have helped improve to shoes smooth ride and fit. While the price is rather steep the Glycerin 11 is a great durable daily neutral running shoe.


 

Salomon S-Lab Sense Ultra Review

Salomon has made some incredible strides by introducing the all new Sense Ultra, complementing their current roster of shoes considerably. I can say with great confidence that anyone who laces up a pair will love them as much as I have.



 

KSwiss Blade Light Run II Review

KSwiss is obviously showing signs of improvment in their running shoes, and this second release of the Blade Light Run is evidence of that. This shoe definitely has room for improvement, but is not bad for a daily middle to long distance trainer. The new seamless upper fits fantastically, and provided a nice fit.


 

Pearl Izumi Kissaki 2.0 Review

Pearl Izumi has really improved the upper of the 2.0 from the first version. This newer shoe has far reaching improvements that has made it a magnificent daily trainer, or possible race day shoe for some.



 

Saucony Guide 6 Review

The Guide 6 has had very few alterations since the overhaul that took place on the Guide 5. Fans, and new comers alike will find a nice daily mild to moderate stability trainer capable of tons of miles.


 

ON Cloudracer Review

The ON Cloudracer is a magnificently different racing shoe that deserves a place at the table with other powerhouses such as the Adios, Kinvara, or 1400.


 

ON Cloudsurfer 2 Review

ON’s CloudTec technology offers up a uniquely different ride that is smooth and responsive. The Cloudsurfer is a unique one of a kind high mileage neutral trainer with excellent impact reduction.


 

Asics Gel-Lyte 33 Review

The Gel-lyte 33 is a superb shoe for fast pace training, racing, and even a daily trainer for those who enjoy a minimalist type shoe.


 

Adidas Adizero Tempo 5 Review

The Tempo 5 offers a comfortable lightweight fit that should make a wearer feel as if it is barely there. The smooth, resilient, and responsive midsole gives the shoe an effortless transition and ride. Any runner looking for a durable versatile shoe should give the New Tempo 5 a serious look.


 

Puma Faas 900 Review

Puma delivers its first cushioned trainer to the Faas line. The shoe has a nice plush midsole that offers up a natural ride, but issues with the upper may have runners giving the shoe second thoughts.





 

Puma Trailfox 4 Review

Puma has made updates to its 4th installment of this neutral trail shoe. Wearers of previous versions complained of the shoe being too tight. It appears that Puma has made an effort to resolve this but by doing so went too far the other direction making the shoe wide and sloppy. Also stiffness of the midsole seems to continue


 

Saucony PowerGrid Hurricane 14 Review

Super comfortable flexible stability shoe. The lower drop and lighter weight make the shoe less bulky and eliminate the clunkiness that stability shoes have typically been known to have. Definitely a must try for those looking for a change or making the progression to a lower offset shoe.



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