Skechers Go Run 4 Review

If you’re looking for a lower heel to toe drop shoe that is lightweight and comfortable I think the Go Run 4 is definitely worth checking out


Hoka One One Constant Review

The Constant does a great job of providing support, and has a comfortable upper. It falls short of providing a softer ride than other stability shoes and sacrifices softness for stability resulting in a firm, relatively unresponsive ride


Hoka One One Huaka Review

The Hoka One One Huaka is a lightweight cushioned cushioned trail/road shoe that provides the runner with an ample amount of cushion without sacrificing stability or responsiveness. The shoe does well on the road but where it really shines and stands out is on the trail


Mizuno Wave Hayate Review

The Wave Hayate provides a firm, responsive ride. Its lightweight frame makes it a good option for runners looking for a fast racing shoe for the trails


Mizuno Wave Kazan Review

The Mizuno wave Kazan is a comfortable durable trail shoe that works very well on dry non technical terrain. It does however fall short when exposed to rocky technical terrain and in wet conditions. It does not achieve its goal of being a versatile all terrain trail shoe


Hoka One One Clifton Review

This shoe is perfect for daily training, and light enough to be worn for racing. The ultra-lightweight frame combined with maximum cushion strikes a perfect balance between form and function delivering a shoe that is a downright pleasure to run in


Puma Mobium Elite SPEED Review

The mobium elite speed will be the third version of the mobium elite series from Puma. Just as the other shoes in the Mobium line, this shoe incorporates what Puma calls adaptive fit technology.

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