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  • Brooks Trance 11

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    When I first opened the Brooks box, I noticed the striking design. I tested the yellow and grey color way. The color combination was eye catching, and the overlay mesh had an interesting decorative pattern. I liked the... READ FULL REVIEW

  • Pearl Izumi Kissaki

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    Kissaki as translated from Japanese means the tip or point of a Japanese sword. “Weapons for your feet” are what the folks at Pearl Izumi are referencing with their newest shoe. The Kissaki is designed to be a... READ FULL REVIEW

  • Asics Gel Kayano 18

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    We received two pairs of Kayano 18 to test from Asics (thanks!). Two reviewers (Ruggero and Theo) run some decent mileage on each and this review is a combination of their opinions. The review was not influenced by... READ FULL REVIEW

  • Mizuno Wave Nirvana 8

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    The new Wave Nirvana 8 has received a new and more minimal upper design in a striking blue, silver and orange color combination. The removal of several overlays is immediately noticeable but the midsole, despite being... READ FULL REVIEW

  • K-Swiss Blade Foot Run

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    The Blade Foot Run is a good shoe for minimalist runners who are looking for a simple, dependable shoe. Runners seeking toe room will find that the model has ample space as compared to other minimal shoes, which... READ FULL REVIEW

  • Brooks Pure Cadence

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    The Pure Cadence is the stability shoe of the group, designed to allow overpronators to experience a minimal shoe. Key features include a supportive upper, a thick pod on the outer edge of the sole unit, as well as... READ FULL REVIEW

  • Adidas Adizero Boston 3

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    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... READ FULL REVIEW

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