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.






 

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.




 

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.



 

Preview: Asics Gel Nimbus 11

Asics Gel Nimbus 11 Preview. The Nimbus 11 is 2009's update for Asics' top cushioning shoe. It comes with a 5$ retail price increase vs. the Nimbus 10 and with a slight weight reduction


 

Nike Introduces Innovative Dynamic Support System

BEAVERTON, Ore. (April 19, 2009) – Nike today introduced the Nike LunarGlide+, a new lightweight running shoe with an innovative mid-sole design architecture called Dynamic Support, a patent-pending system which adapts to a runner’s gait with each step, providing superior cushioning and as-needed stability


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