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  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    9/10

    At 10.9 ounces the Triumph becomes more of a performance oriented shoe somewhere between the super plush Powergrid Cortana (4mm heel drop, 10.7 oz) and the Progrid Ride 4 (12 mm drop, 11.3 oz).


  • Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    9.5/10

    How could Adidas make a lightweight neutral trainer even better? How about keeping the same great fit and cushioning but reducing weight? But the question remains, how can shoe companies get a trainer under 10 oz while maintaining protection and durability



  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    7.3/10

    Adidas stepped up its game and made a couple a bigger improvements this year to the Glide 4. This newer version now lighter that the previous Glide 3 and with a reduced midsole hopes to promote a more natural foot position than its predecessors.


  • Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    5.9/10

    I have been running in the Brooks Adrenaline GTS 10 model for the past year. I expected the shoe to be comfortable and durable, but to feel very similar to the GTS 10. It was surprising to immediately feel the differences between the two models. Not being the lightest of the shoes, the weight reduction comes as a very welcome


  • Editor rating
    10/10
    User's rating
    7.7/10

    I have run in the Structure Triax since version 13. I was extremely pleased when I found out that the sole unit of the Triax 15 remained the same


  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    6.7/10

    I truly enjoyed my time in the Asics GT 2170. I took them on both treadmill and asphalt runs and they performed quite reliably and as expected. The GT 2170 has several features that I demand in a stability shoe.


  • Editor rating
    10/10
    User's rating
    8/10

    This Radically new and impressive line of minimalist shoes has began to create a lot of buzz within the running community. With its anatomical fit and use of lightweight flexible materials the collection has definitely impressed us along with many other runners



  • Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    7.6/10

    By reducing heel drop, Saucony made their most popular shoe even more fun to run in — adopting a more neutral platform while still supporting the foot. Their efforts created a lighter, more responsive stability shoe.


  • Editor rating
    4/10
    User's rating
    8/10

    Given their recent advances in great cushioning technology and lightweight shoes I would expect New Balance to combine these aspects into a lightweight and more flexible stability shoe


  • Editor rating
    7/10
    User's rating
    6.6/10

    High mileage runners and weekend warriors alike have gravitated towards the Mizuno Wave Rider as a lightweight but durable shoe with a smooth ride.


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