Cushioned running shoes often have extra padding in the soles, but sometimes not much in the way of added stability. In addition, cushioned shoes usually provide less specific support for the arch of the foot than other shoes and therefore they are not necessarily an ideal choice for runners who ove...
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Whether it's a long haul trail run through beautiful forest terrain, a 10 K, marathon or an urban venture through city streets, running is a satisfying - even exciting - adventure for the mind and body. It 's important that proper fitting and weather appropriate gear is worn to ensure healthy train...
If you're an athlete and you're looking for the best winter gear for running then you came to the right place! We have the best winter gear for 2018! We've provided a detailed list of what you will need to know and need to look for when buying these products for the perfect winter set up. A lot of a...
Looking for Running shoes for heavier men? We have tested running shoes for you bigger guys out there. There are many people that try to lose weight and one of the most popular ways to do it is running. We’re really happy that our running community is growing and we are ready to look for a product...
Knee pain is a common concern among all athletes—specifically runners. It’s a major concern because it can greatly impede your performance—and if you’re a runner it may make you have to cut back on your training. If it isn’t treated and addressed properly and promptly it can worsen over time and beco...
The Hoka One One Challenger ATR 4 provides runners with the security and minimal cushioning of a traditional Hoka One One, but this shoe ups the ante by adding aggressive traction, a redesigned upper, and more overall grip to make it a great trail running option. Hoka made some key changes to the ATR...
As a footwear company, Asics has been steadily carving out their own niche among dedicated runners looking for a decent product that can provide durability and responsiveness. While they can’t offer the same impressive products or results as Nike, this humbler brand has done extraordinarily well work...
The Nike Air Max 270 was designed to give a nod to its original predecessor, the 1991 Air Max 180. Its exaggerated tongue is emblazoned with the heritage Nike Logo reminiscent of the original’s little Nike swoosh in the same place. The shoe’s design lines and silhouette look a lot like the original a...
Under Armour took their original Chetco and made key improvements to the overall durability, comfort, and protection to create an even better trail running companion. This is a great option for the runner looking for a solid shoe with an aggressive lug system that is tough enough to handle any terrai...
The Saucony Ride ISO is the update to the company’s Ride 10 neutral trainer. Why the name change, you ask? The ISO still feels a lot like the Ride, but comes with some significant changes. Sometimes a considerable change requires a bit of rebranding. The shoe also contains new ISOFIT technology. The ...
The Asics Gel Nimbus 19 Lite show is the 19th iteration of one of Asics’s best selling running shoes. This model is loaded with the newest and most innovative technological features to make this shoe a cushioned, supportive ride that is ideal for distance. From the upper to the outsole, the engineers...
An incredible combination of support, comfort, and athletic engineering, Altra’s Provision model running shoe is specially designed to assist with fallen arches and pronation. Both its StabiliPod Technology and Varus Stability Wedge Technology keep the foot straightened out, while it’s Natural Ride S...