Cushioning Running Shoes Reviews

Cushioned running shoes make up one of the largest segments of the running shoe market. Most cushioned shoes fall somewhere in the middle of the spectrum of available options: more cushioning than minimal models, but without major support or corrective elements. Meant for runners that have little to no pronation, cushioned running shoes provide protection and shock absorption with little to no additional support for strong pronators or issues like exceptionally high or low arches.

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ON Cloudsurfer Running Shoes Review

By all means give the ON Cloudsurfer a try. I really enjoy my pair and racing ... (Read expert review)
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Asics Gel Kinsei 4 Running Shoes Review

The Gel Kinsei 4 is a maximum feature, moderate neutral shoe designed for ... (Read expert review)
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Brooks Glycerin 9 Running Shoes Review

Brooks designed a very plush shoe and cut an entire ounce off the last ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Pegasus 28 Running Shoes Review

It's been around for 28 years and doesn't feel old at all. Nike renews its ... (Read expert review)
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Brooks Ghost 4 Running Shoes Review

Perhaps best of all, the Ghost 4 is a versatile shoe that performs well in a ... (Read expert review)
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Asics Gel Blur 33 Running Shoes Review

The Asics Blur 33 is a shoe that gives me the free and flexible sensation of ... (Read expert review)
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Asics Gel Cumulus 13 Running Shoes Review

The bottom line is you can't go wrong with a shoe like the Asics Cumulus. ... (Read expert review)
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Nike Zoom Vomero+ 6 Running Shoes Review

The Nike Vomero 6 has a simple no-nonsense upper and a sole unit that just ... (Read expert review)

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