An Eyewear Guide for Runners

Have you ever tried running in your glasses? It probably wasn't much of a success. Your normal glasses work well in the office or while lounging around at home, but they aren’t designed to hold up to the strain caused by athletic activity



 

New Balance 890 – Preview and Behind the Scenes

The New Balance 890 features a new foam compound, REVlite, and is designed for the neutral runner who wants to run fast or feel fast in a lightweight package, without sacrificing durability, cushioning, or support.




 

Mizuno Wave Nirvana 6 Running Shoes Review

Now in its sixth year, the Wave Nirvana 6 is Mizuno’s entry in the premium stability category. This years model offers several key updates to the midsole and the upper. Mizuno’s Gender Engineering, which provides men’s and women’s specific details, is retained from the Wave Nirvana 5.







 

Vibram Five Fingers Classic Running Shoes Review

The Vibram Five Fingers line of running shoes has been gaining popularity and recognition over the past few years within the general running community. Long held as a favorite among barefoot runners and other groups, the FiveFinger shoes are now coming into mainstream use


 

Saucony ViZiPRO Collection

As runners find their safety becoming more compromised with increasingly distracted drivers, Saucony’s ViZiPRO Collection provides enhanced visibility with its trademark neon orange color





 

Video: Engineering the Nike Free Run+

6 Years after launching the first Nike Free, Nike's Innovation Director Tobie Hatfield and Senior Designer Kasey Jarvis open the doors of the Innovation Kitchen and explain the design process behind this shoe.



 

The Miracle Mile

An exciting and poetic short documentary exploring the four minute mile, the perfect race. Englishman Roger Bannister was the first to break it and now it is considered the standard for any competitive long distance runner to master


 

Running Shoes That Promise to Improve Your Running Style

"Barefoot Running" and "Forefoot Strike" seem to be the key words for runners in 2009. In the last months an increasing number of articles has appeared on newspapers, blogs, forums with a common central theme: traditional running shoes promote a non-ideal running form and running barefoot is what we were created for.


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