Puma Trailfox 4 Review

The Puma Trailfox 4 is a trail running shoe with a good outsole, but an ill-fitting upper. Be sure to read the full review!


 

Saucony PowerGrid Hurricane 14 Review

The Saucony Hurricane 14 is s super comfortable flexible stability running shoe. The lower drop and lighter weight make the shoe less bulky. Read the review!





 

Adidas Adizero F50 2 Running Shoes Review

The ride of the F50 is amazingly smooth and responsive. This shoe coupled with its quick transition and snappy toe off made it easy to run fast. I found myself breaking into up-tempo runs when I had no intention of doing so


 

Puma Faas 800 Running Shoes Review

Puma Faas 800 is a great stability trainer that provides a natural plush ride that would be well suited for moderate to severe overpronators. Read our review!



 

Pearl Izumi Kissaki Running Shoes Review

Kissaki as translated from Japanese means the tip or point of a Japanese sword. “Weapons for your feet” are what the folks at Pearl Izumi are referencing with their newest shoe. The Kissaki is designed to be a lightweight neutral race/train shoe. So are they really weapons, or just shields? Let’s find out!


 

Adidas Supernova Glide 4 Running Shoes Review

Adidas stepped up its game and made a couple a bigger improvements this year to the Glide 4. This newer version now lighter that the previous Glide 3 and with a reduced midsole hopes to promote a more natural foot position than its predecessors.


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