Asics GT 1000 7 Review

The ASICS GT-1000 7 combines a supportive upper with a stable base to deliver a comfortable ride that feels fast. The slimmed-up feel and lower drop will better appeal to neutral runners, yet the structure of the shoe offers the stability users have come to expect


 

Asics Gel Fortitude 8 Review

ASICS Gel-Fortitude 8 is deemed a neutral shoe by ASICS, but it functions with motion control and a stable ride, padded by an extra-thick sock liner (for those who don't replace it with an orthotic) below a semi-plush tongue and heel collar


 

Nike Odyssey React Review

The Nike Odyssey React is the second running-specific shoe to debut with the brand's new React foam; it's a (more) budget friendly and durable version of the Epic React, with a (lightly) structured upper that some even prefer to Epic's Flyknit. This lightweight, light stability, all-purpose trainer is suited for smooth-surface


 

Adidas UltraBoost X Review

The Adidas Ultraboost X combines customized arch support in their experimental design, with plenty of their stellar Boost foam to create a "hugged by supportive clouds" feel, in this breakthrough women's-only model


 

Brooks Ravenna 9 Review

Brooks Ravenna 9 maintains the moderate support of previous versions in its upper, while midsole changes have made it lighter-weight but less supportive underfoot, making it an even lower-support “light support” shoe than in the past. It's a narrow-fitting shoe, yet the design allows laces to customize the upper to the


 

Saucony Hurricane ISO 4 Review

Saucony Hurricane ISO 4 surrounds your foot with superb cushion and a secure lock-down, offering light stability with a balanced toe box: not tight, not roomy; not wide, not narrow


 

Hoka One One Arahi 2 Review

Hoka One One Arahi 2 maintains the stable, well-cushioned ride that the shoe debuted with last year, infusing lightweight cushion with support and stability. The upper fit is very similar to what I've experienced previously from HOKA, yet this year's Arahi is more breathable



 

Adidas Aerobounce ST Review

Adidas Aerobounce ST is a mid-weight low-stability shoe built for a medium-wide foot and fits about a half size big. The upper is flexible, including a sub-par heel counter



 

Asics GT 2000 6 Review

The ASICS GT-2000 6 is a quality workhorse of a shoe that offers stable support and basic comfort for many miles.


 

Brooks Pure Cadence 6 Review

The Brooks PureCadence 6 is a lightweight, precision-cushioned shoe that provides a connected running experience as it hugs every contour of the foot with no heel slippage and keeps you close to the running surface while still protected from it


 

Nike Zoom Structure 21 Review

The Nike Zoom Structure 21 is a shoe that’s been made lighter over its history yet still maintains a sturdy base and secure midfoot to combat the effects of overpronation in a runner’s stride. The cushion feels more firm than soft, but it provides a steady cushion that lasts well into long runs


 

Adidas Adizero Tempo 9 Review

The adidas adizero tempo 9 is a phenomenal shoe modeled after an original, proven racer from adidas yet with updates of the latest technology in sole cushion and stability. It's a beefed up racer or a minimal stability trainer, however you want to view and use it (or both!) for speed and distance running


 

Asics Dynamis Review

The ASICS Dynamis is an exceptional shoe, delivering lightweight support, custom fit that's easy and fast, and a highly durable sole unit



 

Nike Lunarglide 9 Review

Nike Lunarglide 9 is an extremely comfortable, lightweight shoe with just enough stability to consider it a serious running shoe—and is a great-looking shoe as well


 

Asics GT-1000 6 Review

The ASICS GT-1000 is a lightweight moderate stability shoe with responsive cushion, mid-grade drop, and an appealing price


 

Asics GT-3000 5 Review

The ASICS GT-3000 5 is a basic, breathable trainer that combines sufficient cushion with structure and stability. Nothing stands out as different, extreme, or negative; together with this its fit and function are superb, making it a secure, quality shoe for a reasonable price given its materials, performance, and


 

New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo v2 Review

The New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo v2 offers high cushion with a low offset and a comfortable feel but provides very low stability for a shoe in this category despite the Varus Wedge sole


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