• Editor rating
    7/10
    User's rating
    0/10

    The La Sportiva Vertical K is a very well cushioned minimalist trail running racing shoe with little protection for technical trails. Read the review!


  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    0/10

    The Saucony Kinvara 3 provides a great run with support where it’s needed and light material throughout. A great running shoe for various workouts on nearly any terrain. Read the review!



  • Editor rating
    7/10
    User's rating
    10/10

    The Nike Free 3.0 v4 is a great running shoe for those seeking a minimalist-style run without sacrificing some comfort and cushioning. Read the review!


  • Editor rating
    7/10
    User's rating
    0/10

    Newton MV2 is a very lightweight example of Newton's technology. Minimalists and zero drop lovers will appreciate the MV2 for training or racing. Read our review!


  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    8.5/10

    Mizuno continues its heritage of creating racing flats with a smooth ride and a great deal of resilience with the Wave Ronin 4. Mizuno minimizes its Wave Technology to create their best feeling marathon flat yet, and fans of past versions of the Ronin will appreciate the small changes to the newest version


  • Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    9.5/10

    The Adidas Adios 2 Review: a running shoe intended for neutral runners, but I would recommend this shoe to underpronators or overpronators looking for a supportive marathon shoe


  • Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    10/10

    The Adidas Adizero Rush is a lightweight, breathable and responsive road trainer or race day shoe. Best suited for efficient neutral runners. Read the review!



  • Editor rating
    8/10
    User's rating
    7.5/10

    After loving the NB 890 running shoe, I was encouraged by some of the subtle changes that New Balance had leaked prior to the release of the 890V2.