• Editor rating
    9/10
    User's rating
    6.4/10

    Salomon XR Mission is a trail running shoe that can take you from the door to the trails - but runs better on the trails. Ideal for beginners. Read the review!


  • Editor rating
    7/10
    User's rating
    8.6/10

    The Asics DS Trainer 17 is an excellent option for who wants less shoe than a conventional trainer but does not want to sacrifice cushioning. Read the review!



  • 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
    7/10
    User's rating
    10/10

    The K-Swiss Blade Max Glide is a little heavy and stiff, but it is definitely a great option for runners that like a more cushioned shoe. Read the review!


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

    The New Balance 860v2 is a mild stability running shoe which provides a good performance feel but looks a bit bland. Read the review!


  • 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.



  • Editor rating
    7/10
    User's rating
    8/10

    The Nike LunarEclipse+ 2 is a solid daily high mileage stability road trainer. The toe box may limit the shoe only to those with narrow feet. Read our review!


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

    The Mizuno Wave Musha 4 could be the perfect 5-10K shoe for overpronators looking for their PB. Could be the perfect long distance racer for more neutral runners. Read our Review!


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

    New Balance made some significant updates to the 1080v2, starting first with the material used for the cushioning in the sole. The 1080v2 is the first shoe to use New Balance’s new N2 technology in the heel


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