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Nowadays, when you hit the internet or a local sporting goods store to choose a pair of shoes for running, you will most likely notice a huge selection to choose from. There are shoes for every need you can imagine. However, if you are an athlete with an issue with overpronation, you may want to zone...
Adidas Predator Tango 18.1 is a soccer shoe that is lightweight and gives a snug fit
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8.6
Adidas Predator Tango 18.1
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Adidas is one of the most well-known sportswear companies in the world. Getting their start in 1949 in Germany, the brand first entered the scene with their athletic footwear, later adding apparel to their repertoire in 1967. Adidas boasts a huge line-up of sports-specific clothing and footwear sure ...
This shoe features a unique, supportive ankle collar
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8.0
Under Armour Highlight Delta
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The original Under Armour Highlight Delta combines supportive, comfortable engineering with a glossy, unique aesthetic. The look, feel, and function of this shoe all gained high marks from runners as a high-quality distance running shoe that can stand up to tough workouts and excessive mileage. The s...
In depth review of the Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 34 Shield
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9.2
Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 34 Shield
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Nike’s been one of the most recognizable and popular names in footwear for decades now, with a huge catalog of products for fans to choose from. With so many new products being designed and released every year, some individuals may have a tough time keeping up with newer releases or even distinguishi...
An in depth review of the Adidas Terrex Solo
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8.8
Adidas Terrex Solo
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Adidas may be known for their high-quality running and athletic shoes, but they are also becoming a force in the hiking and off-road arena too. The Terrex Solo is a shoe that is designed for the athlete who is not afraid of a little adventure. The shoe can handle climbing, hiking, running, and fast-p...
An in depth review of the Adidas Adizero Ubersonic shoe
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8.0
Adidas Adizero Ubersonic
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When picking a pair of shoes for the purpose of engaging in a strenuous physical activity, no one shoe is going to provide the ideal experience for every sport. There are particular design elements present in running shoes that make them better for running but less effective in stationary exercises. ...
Nike Zoom Train Command is a solid option for indoor and outdoor training.
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7.9
Nike Zoom Train Command
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Nike has been producing some of the highest quality fitness gear for years. With the Zoom Train Command, they have successfully produced a versatile shoe that can take athletes from trail runs to road races to HIIT or CrossFit classes. From the upper to the outsole, Nike includes durability technolog...
In depth review of the Saucony Redeemer ISO 2
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8.2
Saucony Redeemer ISO 2
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The Saucony Redeemer ISO 2 is a high stability road shoe with generous midsole cushioning. It's high stability construction actually puts it in the motion control category of shoes, so it's best suited for those with serious overpronators. What's different in this second edition of the Redeemer? The ...
an in depth review of the brooks adrenaline asr 14
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8.7
Brooks Adrenaline ASR 14
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Brooks decided to make a few changes to their popular Adrenaline ASR line.  The Adrenaline ASR 14 is a little lighter but provides even more stability than ever before. The outsole was redesigned to provide better traction as well as deeper grooves for flexibility.  The overlays on the upper were cha...
Hoka One One Gaviota Side Angle
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9.1
Hoka One One Gaviota
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Pronation is the part of the gait cycle when your foot rolls inward after your heel strikes the ground. Ideally, the inward movement is around fifteen percent, with the foot coming into full contact with the earth and evenly distributing your weight. You then push forward off the front of the foot an...
An in depth review of New Balance 1340v2
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6.9
New Balance 1340v2
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The New Balance 1340v2 is a shoe that is designed for those who need extra stability and support. The shoes are built to allow those with overpronation to still have the comfort and flexibility of a solid running shoe. The New Balance 1340v2 provides a strong amount of motion control where it counts....
An in depth review of the New Balance 1540 v2
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7.9
New Balance 1540v2
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The New Balance 1540v2 is a motion control road running shoe. Manufactured in the United States, it was designed to help stabilize severe over-pronation and support flat feet so that runners can focus on moving forward. The seamless upper uses breathable mesh for ventilation, overlays for support and...
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