Adidas Adizero Sub 2 Review

While the Adidas Sub2 manages to be an amazingly well made, well cushioned, racing flat, it does little to innovate on the traditional racing flat construction or underfoot feel/ performance.

Adidas has managed to design a beautiful racing flat, but those runners expecting technological innovation that will allow


 

Nike Epic React Flyknit Review

The Nike Epic React is a lightweight all around daily training shoe that can take on every workout you can throw at it; from long runs to speed work on the track. With a form fitting FlyKnit upper that seems to conform to the foot after several runs, the Epic React is designed to last more than the conventional 500 miles,


 

Asics Gel Nimbus 20 Review

The Asics Nimbus 20 is a highly cushioned, and highly structured, neutral trainer that has been the flagship plush trainer of the Asics line for twenty years.... />
While it has a very loyal fan base, the cushioning and performance of the Nimbus 20 is no longer keeping up with its competitors.


 

Nike Speed Rival 6 Review

The Nike Speed Rival 6 is a well cushioned and durable racing flat with an entry level price, but not entry level features. This is a great flat for runners wanting a bit more room in their racing shoes throughout the mid foot and toe box.


 

New Balance T910v4 Review

The New Balance MT910v4 is a worthy update to its predecessors as it improves the fit, breathability, and ride from past versions. However, this remains a fairly uninspired trail shoe with a pretty good fit and excellent protection.

The MT910v4 is a great shoe for new trail and ultra runners looking to get into the


 

Hoka One One Speedgoat 2 Review

The Hoka One One Speedgoat 2 is a superbly well cushioned trail running shoe with great traction and a locked down fit. This shoe is made for the ultra distances over technical and rocky terrain.

At $140 MSRP it is a bit pricey, but so far the Speedgoat 2 seems durable and worth the money. Runners looking for a


 

Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4% Review

Simply put, Nike has designed the greatest marathon racing shoe in history. The Vaporfly 4% is the culmination of a great deal of design research by Nike for the Breaking2 project.

If you're willing to pay almost $300 to get into a major marathon, as well as travel expenses, having the absolute best shoe on your



 

Adidas Energy Boost 2017 Review

The Adidas Energy Boost is the updated, high end, Cadillac model of their line. Unfortunately, the great amount of Boost cushioning is surrounded by less than stellar shoe technologies which hamper its flexibility and overall wearability.

While this shoe will appeal to the fashion forward lifestyle crowd, it


 

Salomon Sense Pro 2 Review

The Salomon Sense Pro 2 is a lightweight, neutral trail running shoe designed for racing on hard ground trails.

It combines some of the best design aspects of Salomon's more expensive S-Lab shoes in a fairly affordable and durable package that will work for a lot of runners in both the front and back of the pack.


 

Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 Review

The Hoka One One Challenger ATR 3 is a fantastic neutral trail shoe for runners looking for a little extra protection in the form of cushioning without the added weight.

This updated redesign truly confirms the Hoka Challenger ATR in the classic lineage of great trail shoes that must be tried.


 

Nike Zoom Elite 9 Review

The Nike Zoom Elite 9 is a game changer in the lightweight trainer category, combining a racing flat last with an excellent amount of responsive cushioning for its 8.2 ounces.


 

Altra Lone Peak 3.0 Review

The Altra Lone Peak 3.0 is a zero drop neutral trail running shoe designed to tackle ultra distances over technical mountain terrain. While this updated version does improve upon past versions in some ways, Altra seemed to overcompensate in the design making upper somewhat overburdened.





 

Adidas Adizero Boston 6 Review

The Adidas Adizero Boston 6 is an uptempo neutral shoe that feels best at faster paces. If you struggle with traditional racing flats giving you enough protection, and you have a fairly narrow foot, the Boston 6 will win you over with the resilient Boost midsole and snappy toe-off.


 

Pearl Izumi Trail N2v3 Review

The Pearl Izumi Trail N2v3 is a superb running shoe which combines great low profile cushioning with adequate flexibility and protection for any trail conditions.... />
A longstanding favorite with seasoned trail and ultra runners, the N2v3 is a moderately priced generalist for a types of trail conditions and distances.


 

Hoka One One Speed Instinct Review

The HOKA ONE ONE Speed Instinct is a lightweight neutral trail racer that features a wider toe box which is a bit of departure in last for HOKA. The combination of ample soft cushioning with a racing flat feel is a must try for any trail runner.


 

The North Face Litewave TR Review

The Litewave TR is, in my opinion, the best trail running shoe The North Face has ever created.

They've created a simple low profile trail running shoe, with just the right amount of cushioning for less than ultra distances on not-too-technical trails.

The cushioning and ride are fantastic for those types


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