Mizuno Precision 13 Review

The Precision 13 brings Mizuno back to where the Wave Rider 13 left off. This is a go fast trainer which can be worn for long runs and everyday running with plenty of cushy forgiveness.


Pearl Izumi Streak 2 Review

The Streak 2 offers an incredible fit and a lightweight ride that makes the wearer forget they're wearing it. Soft yet resilient EVA cushioning from Pearl Izumi's Energy Foam adds to a very smooth ride throughout the shoe. Any runner looking for a marathon racing shoe should test drive the Streak 2.


Newton MV2 Running Shoes Review

-Newton's first short distance racing shoe is a very lightweight example of their technology. Minimalists and zero drop lovers will appreciate the MV2 for training or racing.


New Balance 890 V2 Running Shoes Review

-New Balance updates the popular 890 with a lower drop and stack height but many runners are complaining of the shallow toe box. Overall a great shoe for neutral or mild overpronators who are looking for a durable shoe.


Brooks Pure Connect Running Shoes Review

Brooks has definitely been thinking out of the box, and created a unique natural feeling shoe. This will definitely set a new standard for others to follow in the lightweight neutral/ minimalist shoe category. This is an absolute winner great new innovations.


New Balance 1260 Running Shoes Review

The 1260 may suit heavy runners or heel strikers needing the most stability and motion control. But given New Balance's recent shoe releases and new technologies the 1260 feels like a step back.

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