Being a runner opens you up to a different kind of awareness. You have to consider things that just won't cross most people’s minds, such as what sort of terrain is beneath your feet, what your shoes are made out of, and, especially for the consideration of this article, quirks in your gait. Havin...
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Something that casual runners and enthusiasts with a passing interest in the pastime may not know is that there are fundamental differences between walking and running. Sure, it’s obvious that these two activities aren’t identical, but the differences run far deeper than the surface level. The kind o...
In the world of high-end trail shoes, a few brands tend to stand out above the others. Merrell is one that often comes to mind due to their impressive catalog of hiking and trail running footwear. The North Face is another popular manufacturer, both for the excellence of their design and the fashion ...
After defining themselves as one of the premier winter apparel designers over the past ten years, The North Face has attempted to replicate this same success when it comes to their footwear. And it seems that among their entire catalog of products, their trail running and hiking shoes are their most ...
The Nike Dualtone Racer is supposed to be the next step up from the Nike Flyknit Racer. However, many reviewers have cited the Dualtone as being the “cheap version” of the Flyknit; although the Dualtone is meant to be bigger and better, in some respects Nike may have failed. The Dualtone is inspired ...
Merrell has perfectly combined style and performance in this shoe. The Trail Glove 4 Knit features their signature zero drop, barefoot feel that keeps runners connected with the trail or road below them and provides them with a stable base for running and hiking. The entire shoe weighs a mere .6 ounc...
Saucony has a long history of dedication to the sport of running. With their first factory founded in 1898 on the high banks of the Saucony Creek, the company has grown in leaps and bounds, committing themselves to the comfort and performance that the company name has become synonymous for. Model aft...
Nike’s Free Train gym shoe focuses on delivering targeted support. The bootie-style shoe is suitable for cross-training or lifting, comes with an affordable price tag, and is a men’s only style. The verdict coming from reviewers is that the sleek workout sneaker performs as expected and offers excell...
The Skechers GORun Ultra Road 2 is a low-drop road shoe (great for races of any length) meant for neutral pronators. The trademark feature of this shoe is its maximum cushioning, which allows for comfort during long runs. This maximalist shoe has been updated to add responsiveness and protection for ...
Any experienced camper, hiker, or off-road runner will say that a good pair of trail shoes can make a world of difference. In fact, choosing proper footwear can not only make the difference between a comfortable and uncomfortable trail running session; it can even mean the difference between a safe r...
Although they often closely resemble traditional running shoes, training shoes provide a different experience meant for a wider range of physical activities. This is why it may come as a surprise to many individuals that Nike, a company best known for their line of popular running shoes, also develop...
What comes to mind when you think of Skechers? If you’re a runner, there’s a good chance that for a long time you associated Skechers with their ill-fated Shape-Up line of shoes. Today, Skechers is gaining traction with its lineup of performance footwear by sponsoring high profile athletes like Kara ...