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





 

Adidas Supernova ST Review

The adidas Supernova ST is a daily trainer that takes a slightly bulky yet decent running shoe—the Supernova—and debuts with additional stability features and an engineered mesh toe box for a more structured fit. It’s highly cushioned and stable; unfortunately it feels awkward and heavy


 

Under Armour SpeedForm Europa Review

Under Armour SpeedForm ® Europa brings a new feel to the low-moderate stability shoe category with a uniquely minimal, customizable upper on top of compressed rubber with traditional medial posts. It offers an invigorating, no-nonsense feel for both speedwork and long runs but isn't my top choice for either


 

New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo Review

The New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo is a highly cushioned stability trainer with a comfortably snug upper and low drop height. It’s super comfortable and shines in its niche but most certainly is not a shoe for everyone, particularly those with high motion control needs or who prefer a roomy toe box


 

Brooks Transcend 4 Review

Brooks Transcend 4 is a stable shoe without bulk and is well-suited for both long runs and speed work. It's higher price tag is justified by cushion that lasts throughout a long run as well as obvious technology and quality materials going into the design


 

Adidas Supernova Review

Adidas’ Supernova is a highly cushioned neutral shoe that comes as an exemplary hybrid of cushioned models and stability-centered soles. This shoe will appeal to those who desire cushion and a traditional feel of shoe without an overly blockish heel, and who desire a fit that is secure yet opens up through the midfoot into



 

Hoka One One Arahi Review

HOKA ONE ONE has expanded its well-cushioned line by introducing its first stability shoe, the Arahi, which offers a fabulous combination of support and stability fused with lightweight cushion, with an upper fit that is very similar to what I've experienced previously from


 

Mizuno Wave Horizon Review

Mizuno’s Wave Horizon is a snug-fitting stability shoe that delivers moderate cushion and control with little bulk. The ride is a bit stiff but overall enjoyable, and the shoe maintains its support throughout a long run. The cushioning is pleasant but has room for improvement


 

Brooks Ravenna 8 Review

The Brooks Ravenna 8 provides a highly cushioned ride while offering some stability: it's there, but nothing stands out during the run, ie: no stiffness, no hard medial post, not bulky in the heel. In effect, it's a shoe that seems confused about if it's stability or neutral shoe, snug or loose-fitting, which is not


 

New Balance 1260 v6 Review

The NEW BALANCE® 1260v6 is a dependable workhorse as opposed to a derby winner. It has a solid foundation and a very pleasant -yet firm enough- cushion throughout. While overall it's a bit clunky, the ride is smooth rather than stiff, and New Balance did take almost half an ounce off the shoe from the previous model in this


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