Mizuno Wave Paradox 3 Review

The Wave Paradox is a good stability shoe. I do, however, have some issues with it. For instance, the lateral heel of this shoe is still pretty beefy and does not lay down like the Nirvana or Alchemy did


ASICS GT-1000 4 Review

A rare find in today’s market. A reasonably priced shoe that ticks all the boxes for a runner who needs support from their footwear. The GT 1000 4 doesn’t change much from last year but it didn’t need to. Asics again provides a cushioned, stable shoe that runs smooth and won’t leave you hoping you can still pay your


Mizuno Wave Inspire 12 Review

Mizuno pares down some aspects of the Wave Inspire 12 and beefs up other areas. This could be a divisive shoe for fans of the last few Inspires. It’s heavy and hot but it is incredibly stable and cushioned. Overall, a success provided the extra weight isn’t a deal breaker for you


Mizuno Wave Paradox 2 Review

The Mizuno Wave Paradox 2 is a greatly improved shoe from the previous version. The upper is infinitely more welcoming to run in. The stability is improved as is the cushioning. The arch and heel are more robust this year and I’m at a loss to explain why.


Mizuno Wave Prophecy 4 Review

The Wave Prophecy 4 is the pinnacle of Mizuno Wave plate engineering. The shoe brings the hallmark Mizuno firm ride to another level that nearly pushes the Wave Prophecy 4 from the neutral category into stability. As such, previous fans should find a familiar ride underfoot and an improved upper on top. Neutral runners who


Saucony Hurricane Review

The newest Hurricane is not likely to change any previous held opinions as it follows the same path as its recent predecessors. The shoe still delivers a mild dose of stability with adequate cushioning and a feel for the ground underneath. For those who are interested in transitioning to a less structured shoe designed with a


Asics GT 2000 3 Review

The new GT 2000 3 turns out to be inching ever closer to the flagship Kayano. Runners who do not require a serious does of medial stability and enjoy a cloud-like ride may find the long run shoe of their dreams in the new GT 2000


Asics GT-1000 3 Review

A tremendously functional everyday shoe that won’t break the bank. The GT 1000 3 uses older Asics technology to bring the price down but all the pieces fall into place. Asics delivers a well cushioned, stable and dependable training shoe with the updated GT 1000


Mizuno Wave Inspire 11 Review

A considerable improvement over the divisive Wave Inspire 10. Although the shoes share the same midsole design, the upper of the Wave Inspire 11 harkens back to the low profile fit last seen in the Wave Inspire 9. Even with a last curvier than a Kardashian, the Wave Inspire 11 still provides enough rear foot control to deliver a


Saucony Omni 12 Review

Saucony has successfully merged the attributes of a lowered midsole design with the medial correction that stability-minded runners need. The Omni 12 provides a good mix of features while keeping the price tag reasonable


Brooks Trance 12 Review

Overall, Brooks brings an improved Trance 12 to market. In the shrinking stability marketplace the Trance 12 offers an attractive, stable solution for luxury-minded over pronators


Brooks Pure Cadence 2 review

A unique shoe with almost no competition, the Pure Cadence 2 is a fun, stable and good looking shoe that minimalist-curious over pronators can get along with


Mizuno Wave Musha 5 Review

A slightly tweaked, blisteringly fast shoe that still maintains a touch of correction. A good value for the race minded runner-even with another price increase. Fans of the Wave Musha 4 should not be disappointed


Asics DS Trainer 18 Review

Asics gambles with a total overhaul of its long standing performance stability shoe and ends up with a seriously improved product


Asics Gel Kayano 19 Review

Asics continues to masquerade the Kayano 19 as a serious support shoe for the flexible foot but the newest Kayano still favors cushioning and a nice upper over any legitimate attempt at moderate to maximum pronation control.


Mizuno Wave Elixir 8 Review

Although the Wave Elixir 8 stumbles a bit with a forefoot overlay issue, the shoe is still the reigning king of go-fast stability


Mizuno Wave Prophecy 2 Review

Mizuno’s ultra-premium neutral shoe offers plenty of protection for even mild over pronators and provides a deceptively fluid, quick ride. However, the Wave Prophecy 2’s steep price tag makes for a substantial footwear investment


New Balance 860V3 Review

A passable daily stability trainer best suited for runners who prefer a more traditionally designed shoe without much flash

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