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.
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With many shoes to choose from in the minimalist category, runners may want to look elsewhere for truer minimalist experience ...
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The Asics Gel Nimbus 14 is a great shoe for anyone looking for premium soft cushioning. Read the review! ...
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The Glycerin 10 is Brooks’ premium offering, and is packed with cushioning to provide the smoothest ride possible. Read the review! ...
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The Asics Blur33 2.0 is a good, simple, lightweight neutral trainer that suffers from a tight fit in the toe and heel slippage ...
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Asics was conservative with their updates for the Cumulus 14, though that isn’t to say that there haven’t been some important changes for the new edition ...
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running while offering protection and support ...
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The Faas 900 is Pumas Newest addition to the Faas family. The 900 is aimed to be a high mileage neutral trainer packing premium plush cushioning ...
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The Mizuno Wave Enigma 2 takes a step forward, but Mizuno still has some kinks to work out in this running shoe. Read the review! ...
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The Ghost 5 will definitely remain my go-to shoe for training and longer races. I love the extended crash pad and the smooth ride, all in a light package. ...