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Adidas all terrain running shoe the SuperNova ST
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8.5
Adidas Supernova ST
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Formerly known as the Adidas Supernova Sequence (specifically the 9), the Supernova ST introduces quite a few upgrades that truly differentiate it from its predecessor. As a stability shoe straying from its roots, it's thought to be much more similar to its neutral counterpart, the Adidas Supern...
An in depth review of the Asics FuzeX Rush
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8.6
Asics FuzeX Rush
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The Asics FuseX Rush is a shoe that is designed to take the place of their retired 33 FA series. Asics designed this shoe with some of their newest technologies. This is a shoe that offers shock absorption in a lighter weight package. Runners liked the versatility and the style of the shoe. They comm...
An in depth review of the New Balance Vazee Prism V2
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9.0
New Balance Vazee Prism V2
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For the runner who loves the New Balance Vazee line, but needs support with slight to moderate overpronation, The Vazee Prism V2 is the perfect choice because it is the only stability shoe offered in the Vazee line. This shoe is very lightweight for a stability shoe and is a great choice as a mid to ...
An in depth review of Men's Wave Paradox 4
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8.8
Mizuno Wave Paradox 4
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The Mizuno Wave Paradox 4 is a versatile shoe focused on stability. Upgraded from its previous version, the Paradox 4 took the best features from its predecessor and made some simple upgrades. The shoe provides a stable, supportive structure that those with overpronation will appreciate. Durability i...
An in depth review of the Asics GT 3000 5
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8.9
Asics GT 3000 5
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The Asics GT-3000 5 is a stability road running shoe. It was created to help guide over-pronators into a natural gait with smooth transitions, stabilizing the foot on long-distance runs. It provides nice cushioning while bouncing the foot back into the air. Its upper features stretchable fabric to re...
An in depth review of the ASICS GEL-Surveyor 5.
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9.1
ASICS GEL-Surveyor 5 Reviewed for Quality
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 In the newest edition of the ASICS GEL-Surveyor line, the company did not overhaul the shoe by any means. The ASICS GEL-Surveyor 5 looks a little more refined because of the fewer synthetic overlays on the upper mesh. Only the medial side of the shoe contains overlays which, like other ASICS shoes, ...
An in depth review of the New Balance 870 v4
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9.3
New Balance 870 v4
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New Balance offers shoes in three different categories: ADAPT (the softest rides like the FRESH Foam line fit here), UNLEASH (which includes responsive, swift kicks like the VAZEE), and COMMIT (encompasses the high mileage daily trainers, AKA NBx Collection). This COMMIT series, or NBx Collection, is...
An in depth review of the Mizuno Wave Creation 19
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7.9
Mizuno Wave Creation 19
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A high mileage daily trainer for the neutral to underpronator, the Mizuno Wave Creation 19 is the latest installment in a well-respected and clearly long-running line of shoes.  With some welcomed upgrades in the sole unit,  the 19th iteration of this shoe provides a comfortable, light...
An in depth review of the Saucony Hurricane ISO 3
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7.8
Saucony Hurricane ISO 3
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Saucony is back with its next installment in the Hurricane ISO series: the Hurricane ISO 3. While Saucony claims the latest Hurricane has major updates (moving the EVERUN crash pad inside and a reducing the size of the ISOFIT panel) most found no large discernible differences and were pleased wi...
A black variation of Nike air zoom structure 20
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8.1
Nike Air Zoom Structure 20
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Running could never be successful without stable and comfortable shoes. The Nike Air Zoom Structure 20 has an intricate, timeless design that supports high-mileage training. This is low profile pair of shoes with a lightweight mesh and a decoupled crash pad which provides protection. While most train...
An in depth review of the Newton Kismet II
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7.6
Newton Kismet II
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Newton shoes offer a flatter, more stable platform for the runner who is sick of the stacked heel and the unnatural feeling of a racing shoe with tons of padding and cushioning. Newton shoes are able to be both supportive and feature a very low drop. The Kismet II is a redesigned version of its prede...
An in depth review of the Altra Impulse Flash
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8.9
Altra Impulse Flash Reviewed for Performance and Quality
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Altra's Impulse Flash, the follow up to the well-received Impulse, could stop traffic. Mostly similar to its predecessor, the Impulse Flash incorporates more cushioning and showcases a wholly revamped upper material. Designed to provide a little extra arch support, this flashy stability shoe delivers...
An in depth review of the Nike Lunarglide 9
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8.7
Nike Lunarglide 9
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Overpronation can be a curse for runners. Those who overpronate suffer from the outer edge of their heel hitting the ground first, with your foot rolling inward into the arch, leading to overly flattening your foot with each step. Overpronation can lead to suffering from ankle sprains, shin splints, ...
The Under Armour Charged Bandit 3 is a comfortable, affordable shoe that can take from you tempo run to long run.
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8.4
Under Armour Charged Bandit 3
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Under Armour made some big improvements to the Charged Bandit 2 and came out with a totally reimagined, totally improved Under Armour Charged Bandit 3 for 2017. You can expect to find a lightweight stability shoe with a ton of plush cushioning. This is a shoe that is versatile enough to take you thro...
An in depth review of the Asics Dynamis
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9.3
Asics Dynamis
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The Asics Dynamis is a lightweight neutral-stability road running shoe. It was designed for durability and speed and can be used by both neutral runners and over-pronators. It uses FlyteFoam- a soft, low-density foam that adds lightweight responsiveness. The Guidance Line Technology has a vertical fl...
An in depth review of the Saucony Omni 16
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8.5
Saucony Omni 16
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With the Omni 16, Saucony's goal was to produce a stability shoe that is structurally sound, mid-weight, and comfortable. This shoe offers a rare combination of stability and up-tempo abilities. The Omni 16 makes key improves from its last iteration, the previous Omni model.  In particular, the upper...
Hoka One One Gaviota Side Angle
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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 the Salomon XA Enduro
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8.0
Salomon XA Enduro: Reviewed & Rated
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The Salomon XA Enduro is not just a hiking shoe or a running shoe, it is an extreme, off-road adventure shoe. This shoe was not designed for strolls in the woods or walks along groomed trails (although it can do both of those effortlessly). It was designed for the mountains, the rocks, the jagged sur...
An in depth review of the Mizuno Wave Horizon
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8.3
Mizuno Wave Horizon
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The Mizuno Wave Horizon is a stability road running shoe. It was designed to stabilize the foot, provide plush cushioning, and bounce the energy back to the runner. It uses Mizuno Cloudwave Technology in the cushioning to provide a soft ride. The fan-shaped geometry helps stabilize the foot and preve...
An in depth review of the Asics Gel Kahana 8
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8.4
Asics Gel Kahana 8
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The ASICS Gel Kahana 8 is a stability trail kick designed for runners that may need additional arch support and display neutral and overpronation tendencies. Based on a shoe line known for providing comfort for even the most rugged adventures, the Gel Kahana 8 has some high expectations to live up to...
An in depth review of the Mizuno Wave Catalyst 2
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8.5
Mizuno Wave Catalyst 2
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The Wave Catalyst 2 is the second version of this Mizuno line,  and runners can expect some welcome changes to the new version. For starters, runners love the new affordable price tag of the shoes. They still maintain the same stability and cushioning qualities, but they are more lightweight than the...
An in depth review of the Merrell All Out Crush Tough Mudder
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8.8
Merrell All Out Crush Tough Mudder
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If you've ever participated in or cheered on a participant in a Tough Mudder, you'll likely be aware that these kinds of events are full of mud and difficult obstacles. Getting to the finish requires a lot of determination and a good pair of shoes is necessary to avoid slips and falls. Tough Mudder p...
An in depth review of Mizuno Wave Inspire 13
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8.4
Mizuno Wave Inspire 13
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The Mizuno Wave Inspire 13 is yet another update to the popular Wave Inspire lineup. This stability shoe features a unique pronation control system and moderate cushioning. With no medial post, Mizuno has opted to utilize its patented Wave Technology to discourage inward rolling. The same Wave T...
An in depth review of the Nike Zoom Fly
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8.6
Nike Zoom Fly Reviewed & Rated 2020
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Very well known in the world of running shoes, Nike has been consistent in keeping up with the latest advances in both technology and style to deliver shoes that are always on the cutting edge. While their shoes aren't always the cheapest that are out there, they all enjoy a high level of quality and...
An in depth review of the Newton Kismet 3
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8.1
Newton Kismet 3 Fully Reviewed for Quality
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Newton is known for its innovative, lightweight running shoes. Having started this small “outsider” company just a decade ago Newton’s reputation has been bolstered by their innovative design and propulsion lugs in the forefoot of their trainers. While the company has been on shaky ground lately with...
An in depth review of the Puma Faas 600 S v2
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8.0
Puma Faas 600 S v2
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Puma designed the Faas 600 S v2 as a comfortable stability shoe that will go the distance. This is a road running companion that offers a dual foam midsole and added arch support for the runner who is looking for a stable ride with some comfort features. Runners loved the breathable upper provided by...
An in depth review of the Mizuno Wave Prophecy 6 Nova
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8.0
Mizuno Wave Prophecy 6 Nova
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The Mizuno brand is known for the added stability in their shoes and the Wave Prophecy 6 Nova is no exception to this rule. Mizuno has made improvements to the Prophecy with every iteration of this model. This is the 6th version of the shoe and they have made key improvements to comfort and overall f...
An in depth review of Reebok ZStrike Run SE
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6.3
Reebok ZStrike Run SE
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The Reebok ZStrike Run SE is a lightweight, versatile option for those looking for an everyday trainer or to where for racing. While the shoe doesn’t use all of Reebok’s high-quality technology, the shoe is still designed nicely and comes at an affordable price. This trainer combines arch support, co...
An in depth review of the Under Armour SpeedForm RC Vent
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7.5
Under Armour SpeedForm RC Vent
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The Under Armour SpeedForm RC Vent is a lightweight, minimalist, stability road running shoe. Designed for competition, it is both lightweight and supportive. The upper utilizes UA Speedform technology for a precise fit and feel to remove distraction while running. The seams use ultrasonic welding wi...
In depth review of the Pearl Izumi EM Trail M2 V3
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8.4
Pearl Izumi EM Trail M2 V3
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The Pearl Izumi EM Trail M2 V3 is a mild support shoe made for trail running. It's a moderately cushioned shoe with a fairly low drop. The name of the shoe is meant to provide a bit of an explanation in terms of category and cushioning. The 'M' refers to midfoot stability. The associated number next ...
In depth review of the Newton Distance S IV
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8.0
Newton Distance S IV
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The Newton Distance S IV is a shoe with a unique lug structure to promote a more natural stride and a midfoot or forefoot landing. True to the Newton brand, the shoe is brightly colored and is sure to stand out from the crowd. This Distance S is the stability model, meant to provide a low level ...
An in depth review of New Balance 940 V2
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8.5
New Balance 940 V2
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The New Balance 940 V2 is a moderate stability shoe available in standard, narrow, and wide widths. The road shoe features a plain design. It's comfortable and incredibly stable. Perfect for runners who require quite a bit of pronation control. It's packed with cushioning and stability features ...
An in depth review of the New Balance 1540 v2
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8.5
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...
An in depth review of Puma Speed 1000 S Ignite
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7.3
Puma Speed 1000 S Ignite Reviewed for Quality
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The Puma Speed 1000 S Ignite is a shoe made for runners looking to log some miles and increase their speed. The shoe uses four of Puma’s technologies to create a highly effective shoe for runners who register a lot or little miles. It has a Stability Zone designed to provide support for those w...
An in depth review of the New Balance 680 v3
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8.7
New Balance 680 v3
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Stability shoes are necessary for those who exhibit mild to moderate overpronation in their running style. Those who overpronate run the risk of knee pain and injury and a decreased ability to run to their maximum potential. Fortunately, many companies now make lines of stability shoes to counter thi...
An in depth review of the Zoot Laguna
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8.4
Zoot Laguna
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The Zoot Laguna is a lightweight traditional running shoe. This shoe is durable, soft, and flexible. The Laguna performs best on roads and pavements. The BareFit internal liner placed in the upper portion of this shoe creates a secure and comfortable sock-like fit. The Zoot Laguna is a versatile runn...
An in depth review of the Brooks PureCadence 2
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9.5
Brooks PureCadence 2
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The Brooks PureCadence 2 is the update to the extremely well-received PureCadence. The minimalist stability shoe is part of the Brooks PureProject lineup. It's an affordable, minimal shoe that is perfect for the runner seeking to transition to a less is more footwear option. Brooks has focused on the...
An in depth review of the New Balance 770 v5.
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8.5
New Balance 770 v5
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The New Balance 770 v5 is a stability and high-quality running shoe. Unlike many running shoes, this one is quite lightweight and durable. It also comes at a great price. In this model, the heel-to-toe drop has been lowered from 12mm to 8mm. The  New Balance 770 was specifically made for runners who ...
An in depth review of the Altra Provision 2.5
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8.2
Altra Provision 2.5
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In its offering of the Altra Provision 2.5, you'll find a shoe that accommodates runners who have insufficient arches, it gives stability where other running shoes fail, and it gives you a very close fit to make sure that your feet don't slip out of the shoe while you're running. You'll be sure to ge...
An in depth review of the Brooks PureCadence 6
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Brooks PureCadence 6
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After a lackluster response to the Brooks PureCadence 5, the brand has revamped one of its popular PureProject line models in an effort to get back to what works. The PureCadence 6 is the same solid lightweight stability trainer loved by many. The near-minimal shoe leans towards a natural style witho...
An in depth review of the Brooks Adrenaline GTS 8
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8.3
Brooks Adrenaline GTS 8
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When a shoe company is putting out the eighth version of a shoe, there's little doubt when it comes to its ability to perform. The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 8 is a solid update to an already well-rounded shoe popular with many overpronating runners. Brooks has chosen to bring a few minor tweaks to t...
An in depth review of the Altra Provision 2.0
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Altra Provision 2.0
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Flat feet and the subsequent overpronation that occurs in a running gait can lead to shin splints, plantar fasciitis, and other common painful running injuries. Fortunately, there are a number of answers to this problem, from stability shoes to zero drop, and for the runner in desperate need of extra...
An in depth review of the Adidas Energy Boost 2.0 ATR
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Adidas Energy Boost 2.0 ATR
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The Adidas Energy Boost 2.0 ATR is an advanced version of the original shoe; designed to meet the needs of those who run in wet and unstable environments. This no is coincidence, as the ATR tag is an acronym for “All-Terrain.” When out in tough terrain, you’re going to want a comfor...
An in depth review of the Puma Faas 300 v3
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Puma Faas 300 v3
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The Puma Faas 300 v3 is a lightweight racer that will prepare competitive runners for a fast-paced run. Each section of the Faas 300 v3 contains materials that help runners get the most out of the shoe. The vibrant colors offered by Puma will make you shine on the road or track amongst your peers, as...
An in depth review of the ASICS Gel Excel33 3
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ASICS Gel Excel33 3
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The ASICS Gel Excel33 3 is a daily training shoe that can also pull double duty as a racer. The shoe is lightweight (about an ounce lighter than the previous model), has adequate cushioning, and provides a very smooth and natural ride. The 33 designation stands for the number of joints in the human f...
An in depth review of the Brooks Adrenaline ASR 12
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8.6
Brooks Adrenaline ASR 12
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The Brooks Adrenaline ASR 12 is a cushioned stability trail running shoe. This shoe was designed to keep the foot dry, to deliver great traction on different types of surfaces, and to give a smooth, cushioned, balanced and supportive ride to over-pronators. It uses Element technology in the...
An in depth review of the Saucony Stabil CS2
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Saucony Stabil CS2
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The Saucony Stabil CS2 was specifically developed for those who happen to suffer from severe overpronation. The heel carries a cushioning system that helps to divert a lot of the shock, and this is especially useful when it comes to road running shoes, which the Saucony Stabil CS2 is. Not o...
An in depth review of the Altra Provision 3.0
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7.9
Altra Provision 3.0
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Altra is back with a new and many believe to be improved entry in the running shoe market. Having made some notable alterations to its existing Provision line, Altra introduced the 3.0. Suitable as a daily trainer designated for use on roads and light trails, this newest incarnation represents some l...
An in depth review of the Under Armour Micro G Pulse II
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6.4
Under Armour Micro G Pulse II
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The Under Armour Micro G Pulse II is a soft, lightweight, durable and responsive running shoe.  This neutral competition running shoe features a blown rubber outsole for maximum durability.  The midsole is designed with multi-layers of responsive cushioning, making it extremely comfortable ...
An in depth review of the Saucony Redeemer ISO
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8.5
Saucony Redeemer ISO
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Saucony is one of the most respected names in the running shoe world, and with good reason. They offer up both running and walking shoes that are capable of handling just about any kind of walking or running scenario. By studying the biomechanics of some of the top athletes out there, Saucony is able...
An in depth review of the Under Armour Scorpio 2
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8.9
Under Armour Scorpio 2
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The Under Armour Scorpio 2 is the second version of the original Scorpio. UnderArmour chose to make minimal changes to the shoe. The Scorpio 2 remains a good choice for daily road running. The shoe provides mild stability to the wearer while remaining fairly lightweight. Mild overpronators should fee...
An in depth review of the Reebok One Guide 2.0
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8.0
Reebok One Guide 2.0
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The Reebok One Guide 2.0 is a multi-layered running shoe designed to provide optimal stability and comfort. This shoe is built for stability and has a flat lateral arch area, providing maximum ground contact for runners that have a neutral gait. The outsole release zone creates pronation control. The...
An in depth review of the Reebok One Guide 3.0
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7.8
Reebok Guide 3.0 Fully Reviewed & Compared
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The Reebok brand has released a three-section shoe in the One Guide 3.0. From the upper to the outsole, this running shoe is split up into three sections, each one bringing something different to the table. This shoe is the perfect mix of durability, comfort, traction, and responsiveness. Thanks to i...
An in depth review of the Puma Faas 600 S
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Puma Faas 600 S
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The designers of the Puma Faas 600 S have designed a sneaker that offers a great amount of stability for runners who enjoy running for long distances. The “S” in the Puma Faas 600 S is for stability. However, despite the fact that this sneaker was designed for stability, many runners have also praise...
An in depth review of the Asics Gel Fuji Trainer 2
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8.0
Asics Gel Fuji Trainer 2
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Let's start by discussing how Asics's has a shoe for every possible need a runner could have. Whether you are looking for a racing shoe, a shoe with added stability, a shoe for those long grueling runs, or anything in between, Asics can deliver. The Asics Gel Fuji Trainer 2 is for the trail runner lo...
An indepth review of New Balance 1260v4
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New Balance 1260 v4
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The fourth iteration of the New Balance 1260 is updated with new features to make the shoe better than ever. The stability shoe is designed for light or heavy mileage road runners who need extra arch support. New Balance has upgraded the 1260v4’s responsiveness with the addition of ACTEVA LITE in the...
An in depth review of the Skechers GOrun Strada
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Skechers GOrun Strada
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The Skechers GOrun Strada is a stability road running shoe. The GOrun is Skechers' performance line that encourages a midfoot strike, and the Strada is their stability shoe. To accomplish these goals, Skechers uses several technologies. Resagrip provides great traction on roads and GOimpulse Sensors ...
An in depth review of the Brooks PureCadence
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Brooks PureCadence Fully Reviewed for Quality
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The Brooks PureCadence is a lightweight stability road running shoe. The Brooks Pure Project line was designed to give runners a lightweight, minimalist feel so they can improve their running form and make their gait more natural. The Cadence is their stability model designed for over-pronators. To a...
An in depth review of the ASICS Storm
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ASICS Gel Storm
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The Gel storm ASICS  is an area level shoe that offers awesome cushioning and attractive support for the most part wearers. It has a sensible sticker cost and can be found in some immense box chain stores making it a helpful for another runner. This shoe is in like manner an OK choice for common acti...
An in depth review of the Saucony Hurricane 14
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Saucony Hurricane 14
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The Hurricane 14 is Saucony's innovative revamp of a long line of well-respected predecessors. Long-time wearers of the Hurricane may be surprised at the larger revisions Saucony has made as they affect the shoe in a large number of ways. Although drastic, its new lighter weight, added cushionin...
An in depth review of the Montrail Mountain Masochist iii
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Montrail Mountain Masochist III
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The Montrail Mountain Masochist III is a mild stability shoe made for off-road running. These shoes can definitely handle some tough trail conditions. It's made of durable, quality materials and should stand the test of time throughout your training. If you're a mild overpronator,  the Mountain Masoc...
An in depth review of Montrail Mountain Masochist II
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Montrail Mountain Masochist II
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The Montrail Mountain Masochist II is a moderate support shoe made for running technical trails. The shoe is a good option for overpronating trail runners looking for a solid, durable daily trainer with aggressive traction. This is not a minimal shoe but that doesn't mean it doesn't deliver a close t...
An in depth review of the Newton Fate II
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Newton Fate II
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The Newton Fate II is a lightweight trainer/racer with updates from the previous model that make this shoe better than ever. An updated upper offers improved breathability and comfort. Side panels stretch around the foot to accommodate feet of all sizes. Runners new to Newton shoes will notice five l...
An in depth review of the Brooks Adrenaline ASR 13
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Brooks Adrenaline ASR 13
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Pleasing an even wider audience of athletes in the running community, Brooks took their already best selling stability road shoe, the Adrenaline GTS, and turned it into a daily trainer designed to confidently venture a little off the beaten path. The Adrenaline ASR 13 proves to be a comfortable ...
An in depth review of the Zoot Coronado
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Zoot Coronado
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The Zoot Coronado is a stability road running shoe. It was designed to be comfortable, stable, and durable on long runs and is ideal for runners with medium to large frames. The durable ZCR and ZFR rubbers provide extra durability in high abrasion areas and cushioning in the forefoot. The Z-Bound tec...
An in depth review of the Asics Gel Equation 4
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Asics Gel Equation 4
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The Asics Gel Equation 4 has been specifically designed to be sleek and cater to those runners who have a neutral gait. This shoe is specifically made to be functional, fit, and comfortable. You don't have to worry about the elements ruining your shoe, as the Asics Gel Equation 4 features a very easy...
An in depth review of the Adidas Climacool Freshride
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Adidas Climacool Freshride Fully Reviewed for Quality
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The Adidas Climacool Freshride running shoe is an improved version of the Climacool Ride and just as the name prescribes; it is one well-ventilated fresh ride. The Climacool Freshride consists of 360-degrees of ventilation, deep flex grooves throughout the outsole, and firm forgiving cushioning; maki...
An in depth review of the Brooks Ariel 16
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Brooks Ariel 16
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The Brooks Ariel 16 is a highly-cushioned women's motion control road running shoe. As a Brooks shoe, moisture wicking is important, and being part of the Ariel series means it's a comfortable yet stable shoe for over-pronators or those who need a lot of cushioning. The Ariel 16 has a Full-Length Seg...
An in depth review of the Brooks Adrenaline ASR 11 GTX
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Brooks Adrenaline ASR 11 GTX
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The Brooks Adrenaline ASAR 11 GTX is a stability trail running shoe. Based in Seattle, Brooks makes sure that runners' shoes stay dry. They teamed up with GORE-TEX to create a soft, breathable lining that is also waterproof. The rugged outsole provides excellent traction, allowing users to go on road...
An in depth review of the Adidas Revenergy Boost
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Adidas Revenergy Boost Reviewed & Rated
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The Adidas Revenergy Boost is the perfect blend of function and comfort. This shoe is said to “electrify your step” and many reviews claim that the specially designed Boost™ foam midsole does just that. This pair provides optimal comfort, a stylish design, and a snug fit; for a fast...
An in depth review of the Under Armour Charge RC 2
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Under Armour Charge RC 2
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Under Armour is known for their high quality, innovative, lightweight shoes. There's no exception with the Under Armour Charge RC 2, a shoe that doesn't skimp on features. Not only is this shoe lightweight, it's breathable enough to ensure that your feet are cool and dry. It utilizes HeatGear te...
An in depth review of the Skechers GoTrail Ultra 3
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Skechers GOTrail Ultra 3
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There are some top brand names one has come to associate with maximalist trail footwear and Skechers tends not to be one of them. But they’re on the scene with their first foray into the true trail running world with their GOTrail Ultra 3. With the GORun series (a line of road and hybrid s...
An in depth review of the New Balance 1260 v5
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New Balance 1260 v5 Fully Reviewed
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New Balance is a fairly old athletic brand, known for its shoes and sporting equipment. New Balance is one of the few companies based in the United States that does a majority of their products in the States as well, which is definitely an interesting thing to consider. The New Balance 1260 v5 is one...
An in depth review of the La Sportiva Akyra
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La Sportiva Akyra
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The La Sportiva Akyra is a very rugged trail shoe, to say the least. Advertised as a mountain running shoe, this shoe can indeed take on the mountains. With a heavy to bear outsole which has excellent grip, this shoe feels right at home in mud, loose rock, soft dirt, wet grass, and even makes a prett...
An indepth review of New Balance Vazee Prism
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New Balance Vazee Prism
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The New Balance Vazee Prism is the first shoe of this series to the New Balance brand. A first of its kind, New Balance managed to create a shoe that falls into the performance sector while also remaining in the stability sector. As a stability shoe that has a remarkably comfortable design, the shoe ...
An in depth review of the Saucony Fastwitch 6
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Saucony Fastwitch 6
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The Saucony Fastwitch 6 is a lightweight stability racing flat that will appeal to runners who like a very firm ride. The cushioning in this shoe is minimal which is preferred by runners who want to run fast. Too much cushioning at fast speeds can actually slow a runner down. A roomy toe box and an i...
An in depth review of the Saucony Hurricane 15
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Saucony Hurricane 15
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The Saucony Hurricane 15 is a stability road running shoe. After studying the biometrics of athletes in order to maximize performance, Saucony invented PowerGrid, a midsole-based stability and cushioning system. The Hurricane 15 also uses a Support Frame to lock the heel in place, an SRC crash pad to...
An in depth review of the Mizuno Wave Ascend 8
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Mizuno Wave Ascend 8
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The Mizuno Wave Ascend 8 is built to be comprehensively adept at supporting every aspect of the running process, built up from the midsole, the outsole, and even the upper. It incorporates a Dynamotion Fit that allows the upper to be more responsive to the wearer's movements, making runs much more co...
An in depth review of the  Mizuno Wave Hayate 3
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Mizuno Wave Hayate 3
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The  Wave Hayate 3 is an aggressive running trail shoe made for rugged terrain. This third type of the shoe features a new rock plate, a Michelin outsole, and a redesigned upper for more protection, traction, and enhanced breathability. With specific trail attributes like the strategically place...
An in depth review of the Saucony Cortana 4
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Saucony Cortana 4
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The fourth edition of the Saucony Cortana promises outstanding comfort, a lightweight running experience, and a unique design that is bound to catch the eye of everyone you pass down the road. This sneaker is an enhanced version of its predecessor, bound to make a difference in your daily routine. Th...
An in depth review of the Mizuno Wave Ascend 7
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Mizuno Wave Ascend 7
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The Mizuno Wave Ascend 7 is a trail running shoe designed to give traction and grip on a variety of surfaces. Designed with mild to moderate over-pronators in mind, the shoe supports and guides the foot in order to promote a natural gait. The Wet Traction System's bi-directional lugs will grip any pa...
An in depth review of the Brooks PureCadence 3
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Brooks PureCadence 3
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The Brooks PureCadence 3 is a lightweight stability shoe. The PureCadence 3 is part of Brooks' Pure Project line. The line features a series of shoes meant to provide varying degrees of support in a lightweight package. The shoes are geared towards runners who want to experience a more natural ride. ...
An in depth review of the Salomon Wings Flyte
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Salomon Wings Flyte
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The Salomon Wings Flyte is a rugged trail shoe designed for runners looking to go up mildly tough landscape. This shoe possesses a reliable grip and provides a good performance on a variety of surfaces. From rocky mountain trails to soft forest paths, this modern-looking shoe will get you to your des...
An in depth look at the New Balance 3040.
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New Balance 3040
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The New Balance 3040 can be worn by a variety of runners. This is an overall, high-quality shoe that received high marks from runners. It offers moderate stability, added support and comfort, and is ideal for the runner who is looking for extra underfoot cradling. This is a great shoe for the overpro...
In-depth review of Hoka One One Infinite
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Hoka One One Infinite
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Hoka One One was founded back in 2009. Although the brand is still relatively new, they are quickly becoming one of the biggest names in the running shoe industry. The company has risen to the challenge of competing against long-time brands such as Adidas and Nike, and they seem to be thriving. Their...
An in depth review of the Skechers GORun Ultra
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Skechers GOrun Ultra
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The Skechers GOrun Ultra is a highly cushioned shoe designed for light trail use. Unfortunately, the shoe is not an obvious trail shoe and road runners tend to put too many road miles on the shoe which results in rapid tread wear. The cushioned feel also begins to fade as the miles add up. Because th...
An indepth review of the Hoka One One Clifton
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Hoka One One Clifton
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The Hoka Clifton, the original Clifton, was a very popular shoe introduced in July of 2014. This shoe helped launch the company’s lightweight, but maximally cushioned shoe line which appealed to many runners. Prior to the Clifton, Hoka shoes were known for their bulky midsoles and extreme cushioning ...
An in depth review of the New Balance 860 v6
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New Balance 860 v6
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New Balance knows how to make a quality stability shoe. This model is certainly no different. The New Balance 860 v6 is a sturdy shoe that is willing and ready to put in long miles with you. An ideal running partner for the overpronator, the New Balance 860 v6 can offer you the stability, support, an...
an in depth review of the Newton Distance V
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Newton Distance V
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The Newton Distance V is designed with speed in mind. This shoe is the perfect choice for runners who need a versatile platform racer shoe that is able to provide just enough stability. Newton has packed lots of technology into this shoe and the features are impressive. From the high-rebound EVA outs...
An in depth review of the skechers gorun forza
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Skechers GORun Forza
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Skechers is no longer just the casual-cool sneaker manufacturer that all the teenage kids are wearing. Skechers Performance division has been making its presence known in a variety of sports, like golf, but is becoming an especially big name in running. If you still aren't quite convinced that you...
An in depth review of the New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo
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New Balance Fresh Foam Vongo
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New Balance boasts, and many agree, that the Fresh Foam Vongo is their best lightweight stability trainer to date. This shoe is part of New Balance's stability line up that includes the 940v3, Vazee Prism vs, and the 1260 v2, and it is the first shoe in their Fresh Foam division. This is a perfect sh...
An in depth review of the New Balance 990 v4
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New Balance 990 v4
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The New Balance 990 v4 are a high-quality pair of shoes for the runner who is looking for superior support, stability and cushioning. The brand boasts thirty years of quality design and execution, and this model follows those same high expectations. These shoes utilize some of the best technologies t...
Saucony Guide 8
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Saucony Guide 8
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The Saucony Guide 8 is a stability running shoe that’s ideal for daily training but can also be handy for long distance runs. Released in November of 2014, this shoe is characterized by its combination of mild stability and responsiveness. If we were to take a look at the wide spectrum of running sho...
An In Depth Review of the Newton Motion V
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Newton Motion V
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The Newton Motion V is a versatile running shoe that is supportive enough for everyday training but light enough to act as a serviceable racing shoe. Newton has always been known as a manufacturer that places an emphasis on responsive cushioning. The Motion V is jam-packed with technology to ensure a...
An in depth review of the Scott T2 Palani
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Scott T2 Palani
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The Scott T2 Palani is a performance shoe that has been designed to help you run more efficiently and comfortably in road races and triathlons. It also performs great when worn for training sessions thanks to the great balance and support it brings. The shoes are specialized shoes for triathlon runni...
An in depth review plus pros and cons of the Under Armour Charged Bandit 2
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Under Armour Charged Bandit 2 Fully Reviewed
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The Under Armour Charged Bandit 2 is the newest iteration of the original Under Armour Charged Bandit shoe.  This trainer is light as a feather (okay, that's an exaggeration) but still, provides ample cushioning for whatever run is planned on the calendar. The Charged Bandit 2 falls into the neutral ...
An in depth review plus pros and cons of the Brooks Ravenna 6
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Brooks Ravenna 6
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The Brooks Ravenna 6 appears to be the right combination of stability and comfort. This shoe is responsive and lightweight. It offers the same great performance as the previous shoes in the Ravenna line, but the Ravenna 6 offers new technology. This includes a new thinner upper and an adjustable mid-...
An in depth review plus pros and cons of the Brooks Addiction 11 running shoe
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Brooks Addiction 11
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The heavy-duty Brooks Addiction 11 is a great option for those runners in need of extra stability and cushioning in their shoes. They are specifically designed to accommodate for over-pronation of the foot, allowing the performance capabilities and features required to take you to the next level of r...
An in depth review of the New Balance 990v3
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New Balance 990v3
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The all-American manufactured 990 is a defining and iconic shoe for New Balance. The 990v3 has a similar near-angular design like its predecessors, but improves the soles, cushioning and support. It has a stable look and an excellent heel design. The forefoot is made from Blown Rubber for a soft feel...
An in depth review of the saucony hurricane 16
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Saucony Hurricane 16
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The Saucony Hurricane 16´s deliver a formidable mix of protection and steadiness. This model is considered a very good choice for those dealing with pronation and they offer an agreeable amount of stability. On top of that, these shoes are very cushioned so you can run long dista...
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