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The Duo is Altra’s first attempt at making a maximally cushioned running shoe. It is extremely unique in that it is not only highly cushioned but unlike many other shoes in this category, it is very lightweight. Altra cut down on the weight through the decoupled design of the outsole. Instead of a he...
After the success of the Nike Zoom Vomero 12, Nike decided to put out yet another version of the popular shoe. The Zoom Vomero 13 is an excellent update to its predecessor with a redesigned, sleeker, lighter upper and additional support features like FlyWire Cables. Engineered to be a neutral running...
Altra rolled out their new Torin 3.5 shoes with two new, completely different models. Altra considers their new mesh shoes the "speed" Torin's, and their new knit shoes the "comfort" Torin's. The two models of these shoes may look completely different, but have a lot in common. In fact, the only dif...
Though it's not as recognizable as other athletic companies, Japanese-based Mizuno has gained an extremely loyal following thanks to its carefully engineered lines of sports equipment and activewear. For well over twenty years, the brand’s Wave Rider footwear line has been its most popular series of ...
The Asics Gel DS Trainer series has been around for a while, as one can probably surmise by the mere fact that this particular model we’re reviewing today is configuration number 23. It doesn’t feel that long ago that we were reviewing its predecessor – Asics Gel-DS Trainer 22 – here on RunnerClick. ...
The Brooks Revel is an excellent hybrid of a performance running shoe and lifestyle sneaker. It offers a lot of cushioning and boasts features that will give you a comfortable running experience. The stretch saddle that runs over the middle of its upper works along with the lacing system to keep the ...
Since its founding in 1964, Nike has been one of the most popular brands when it comes to stylish yet functional athletic wear. Worn by athletes and musicians alike, their products always look just as good on the court they do on the streets. And, like Adidas, they have carved a name for themselves i...
This neutral shoe features a minimalistic design with its low-profile silhouette and lack of unnecessary bells and whistles. It is designed for people with neutral pronation and does not have a lot of support and stability features that may be necessary for some runners. With that said, it is still a...
Brooks’ third installment of the Neuro model of sneaker comes with a more subtle design than its predecessors. The company chose to scale down on the crazy designs and keep the shoe sleek and simple. The shoe’s midsole offers a great level of cushioning while not being too bulky and also contains a r...
With trail running growing in popularity, athletic wear brands are releasing their own lines of shoes that can withstand use on rough terrains. A common struggle that these brands seem to have is finding the perfect balance between protection and agility. Asics seems to have found this balance with t...