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We all have our own running style and every runner has their own natural stride—and it’s important to account for that when choosing running shoes. If you’re a neutral runner you will find our list of the best neutral running shoes offers options that well help you get the most out of your runs. Havi...
Reebok designed their Hydrorush TR workout shoe to be equal parts stylish, supportive, and highly functional during training. Its name comes from a dual-density liquid foam unit placed into the heel of its EVA foam midsole. This enhances the shoe's levels of cushioning and responsiveness where they'r...
Saucony designed their Stretch & Go Breeze running shoe for those who live a more active lifestyle. Its upper has a slip-on bootie construction for easier insertion and more accurate ankle support. It's made with engineered mesh for adaptive and breathable comfort, while its overlays and elastic ...
The Puma Mantra Fusefit comes complete with a unique design that's both eye-catching and functional. Its knit fabric upper features a dynamic lacing system, marked by a number of raised slots along the midfoot. This, along with a TPU heel loop near the rear, gives the runner several different lacing ...
The Hoka One One Tor Summit Waterproof is a low-top trail shoe that will spark the interest of anyone looking for a cushioned, comfy trail shoe. With the Vibram MegaGrip outsole and a thick midsole, along with the leather upper that is both breathable and waterproof, it’s no wonder the Tor Summit has...
The Inov-8 Trailtalon 290 is one in the line of many trail shoes that has just enough to pass as an okay shoe, but certainly not enough to ever be the star of the show. It performs exceptionally well on hard, dry surfaces and easier trails while offering medium cushioning and a lot of flexibility – w...
Under Armour is becoming more of a commonly-seen brand out on the running circuit and in casual street shoes. The seventh version of their Micro G Assert model proves to be another great addition to their sneaker line. The Micro G Assert 7 is much like its predecessor as far as the outsole and midsol...
The second version of the Nike Epic React Flyknit is not much different than the original sneaker which was introduced only a year ago. The heel counter is a little smaller yet still delivers great grip of your foot within the shoe and the iconic swoosh symbols are slightly larger and now stitched on...
The Adidas Adicross Bounce is the perfect crossover between a golf shoe and a casual sneaker that has gotten the best of both worlds: the laid-back, stylish look of the sneaker and serious cushioning and a durable adiWEAR sole from the golf shoe. The result is a golf trainer that you can wear on a gr...
The Asics GEL-Kenun Knit is a running shoe made for neutral pronators and supinators, which isn’t that frequent of a combination, making this shoe interesting. On first sight, the Kenun Knit is a beautiful shoe that’s got everything right, but on the second look, there are some things that can possib...
The Reebok Yourflex Train 10 is specially designed to give lightweight cushioning and stability to cross-trainers of all levels. Its IMEVA midsole unit gives responsive cushioning while allowing easy yet stable wear. Beneath is a thin layer of high abrasion rubber, aided by carbon rubber on the heel ...