New Balance 769 Running Shoes Review

New Balance 769 Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. The New Balance 769 comes as an update to the successful NB 768, and it includes a new sole unit and a new last


Saucony Progrid Stabil CS Running Shoes Review

Saucony Progrid Stabil CS Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. The Stabil is Saucony's take on the Motion Control shoes, footwear for severe over pronators. The previous Stabil had a considerable number of fans among runners and this version packs a few updates


New Balance 1063 Running Shoes Review

New Balance 1063 Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. The 1063 (MR for the Mens Running, WR for the Womens Running) is New Balance top shoe for cushioning, in its 2009 version. Runners worldwide expressed very positive feedback about this shoe and Runner's World awarded it with the "Best Update" badge


Nike Zoom Nucleus + MC Running Shoes Review

Nike Zoom Nucleus + MC Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. The Nucleus is the only shoe that Nike presents for their Motion Control line. Everything on this shoe screams "support", let's have a look and see if it's true


Nike Zoom Structure Triax + 12 Running Shoes Review

Nike Zoom Structure Triax + 12 Mens and Womend Running Shoes Review. If Pegasus is Nike's trademark for cushioning, the Structure Triax is their trademark for stability running shoes, here in its 12th edition. As many other running Nikes, it comes in two different gender-specific versions


Nike Zoom Equalon + 3 Running Shoes Review

Nike Zoom Equalon+ 3 Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. The Equalon is Nike's top of the line shoe for Stability. Details of the shoe construction are meant to add to the support this shoe gives, aimed at Neutral Pronators who look for support especially for long runs or Mild Over Pronators, who slightly roll their foot


Nike Air Pegasus + 25 Running Shoes Review

Nike Air Pegasus + 25 Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. The number 25 next to the Pegasus' name lets us understand we are facing Nike's longest-selling running shoe, a franchise that started in 1983. Strictly a cushioning shoe aimed at both neutral pronators and supinators, the Pegasus is available in Mens and Womens,


Nike Zoom Vomero + 4 Running Shoes Review

Nike Zoom Vomero + 4 Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. The Zoom Vomero+ 4 is Nike's top shoe for the cushioning category and therefore is aimed at Neutral to Under Pronators (Supinators)


Asics Evolution 4 Running Shoes Review

Asics Evolution 4 Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. Asics Evolution 4 is a Motion Control Shoe which means it is built to support the over-collapsing arch of a severe over pronator. Extra elements of stability are added on the midsole in order to provide the foot with the adequate cushioning in certain areas and instead


Asics Nimbus 10 Running Shoes Review

Asics Gel Nimbus 10 Mens and Womens Running Shoe Review. The Nimbus 10 is Asics' top of the line cushioning shoe. At 120$ suggested retail price, it packs a lot of Asics' best technology and expertise to provide a soft, cushioned run to Supinators or heavy Neutral Pronators


Asics GT 2140 Running Shoes Review

Asics GT 2140 Mens and Womens Running shoe Review. The Asics GT 2100 series is most likely the world's best selling Stability shoe. This means that when Asics refreshes it, they have to improve the shoes' performance but have to stay true to the franchise fit, performance and durability - in other words, they need not to


Asics Gel Kayano 15 Running Shoes Review

Asics Gel Kayano 15 Running Mens and Womens Running Shoes Review. The Asics Gel Kayano is an industry icon, reaching the 15th edition in 2009. The biggest changes are the asymmetrical lacing and a new and improved heel cushioning,


Anatomy of a Running Shoe

This image illustrates the main components of a running shoe, and can help us as a visual reference for the future. A running shoe is primarly divided in two main components a shoe upper, which is the mesh/leather/synthetic part  you insert your foot in and lace up; a sole unit, which is itself split into [&hellip


3 types of Running shoes for 3 types of feet.

When it comes to running biomechanics, there are three types of runners (click here to find out what runner type you are). No matter what brand (be it Asics or Nike or NB), running shoes are divided into three main silos, each one addressing the specific needs of one of the three types of runners. [&hellip


Running shoes 101: Pronation and shock absorption.

Do you need a shoe that cushions your foot or one that supports it? If  you want to chose the right running shoe, the first concept you need to be familiar with is pronation. Every time you stomp your foot on the ground, either by running, jumping or walking,  you apply a force to the [&hellip

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