The Guide 6 has had very few alterations since the overhaul that took place on the Guide 5. Fans, and new comers alike will find a nice daily mild to moderate ... stability trainer capable of tons of miles.
Editor rating7/10User's rating7/10
Editor rating5/10User's rating8.8/10
A passable daily stability trainer best suited for runners who prefer a more traditionally designed shoe without much flash. ...
Editor rating9/10User's rating9.1/10
Light, quick and stable shoe that retains enough cushioning and support for big miles and daily training. ...
Editor rating8/10User's rating8.7/10
Excellent all purpose stability shoe that runs well on both trails and asphalt and isn’t afraid to tackle adverse weather conditions. Probably best suited for ... cooler weather running.
Editor rating7/10User's rating8.2/10
A lightweight, cool looking and comfortable shoe that does only provide mild overpronation support ...
Editor rating7/10User's rating0/10
Speedy trail shoe that offers more performance than it does stability. Probably ideal for neutral runners who like a touch of support for long trail runs or races. ...
Editor rating4/10User's rating5.5/10
A potentially great shoe that suffers from its loss of stability. Could find a home with runners who desire high end fit and form without much support. ...
Editor rating10/10User's rating8.4/10
The Tempo 5 offers a comfortable lightweight fit that should make a wearer feel as if it is barely there. The smooth, resilient, and responsive midsole gives the ... shoe an effortless transition and ride. Any runner looking for a durable versatile shoe should give the New Tempo 5 a serious look.
Editor rating8/10User's rating6/10
A seriously runnable extreme stability shoe that will neither break the bank or leave you feeling like you’re training in bricks. ...
Editor rating7/10User's rating10/10
I really enjoyed running in the Adidas Sequence 5. They helped control and regulate my overpronation, but were still lightweight. ...