Nike Alphafly 3 Review
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by Brandon Law
2d ago
The Nike Alphafly 3 is a superb top-tier racer and the best Alphafly version to date but it’s not deserving of its megahype or its $285 price. While it lacks the ‘magical’ feeling, it still has a combination of critical features (light weight, firm, stable, efficient) which provide a high level of speed assistance to the runner. Version 3 is a much better version than 2. It has a continuous bottom which results in smoother transitions, a stiffer midsole and most importantly, a wider midfoot with less arch irritation ..read more
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Mizuno Wave Rebellion Flash 2 Review
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by Paul Soriano
1w ago
The Mizuno Wave Rebellion Flash 2 is a "super" trainer that has the feel of a race day shoe along with the durability that will last. If you are looking for a valuable shoe that can take on any task, this can be a quality option ..read more
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New Balance FuelCell SuperComp Elite v4 Review
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by Brandon Law
1w ago
The New Balance FuelCell SuperComp Elite v4 is a fun, stable long-distance racer. It has one of the softest and most cushioned rides of any super shoe but it lacks a high level propulsion. This is due to its cushioning still being too soft and its gentle forefoot rocker which doesn't give you a big forward tipping sensation. Version 4 has a vastly improved upper which has better heel lockdown and doesn't poke into your ankles. It also has a firmer ride and thicker midsole which makes it feel more efficient ..read more
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Brooks Catamount 3 Review
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by Olivia Yoder
1w ago
The Brooks Catamount 3 is a solid lightweight trail shoe that can handle distances up to 100k. It can tackle any trail and gives you confidence to reach your maximum speeds ..read more
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ASICS Dynablast 4 Review
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by Jim Coulson
1w ago
The Dynablast is a marvelous everyday shoe. The lightweight feel and additional midsole foam give the Dynablast a mildly lively ride that is uniform and classic. With a reasonable price tag this shoe is within reach of everyone’s budget, a solid choice for runners looking for an affordable daily shoe ..read more
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Brooks Caldera 7 Review
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by Jeremy Yoder
2w ago
The Brooks Caldera 7 is a highly cushioned trail shoe designed for medium to long distances. Built for supreme comfort and stability, this shoe will keep you feeling fresh on almost any terrain ..read more
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Under Armour Infinite Elite Review
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by Brandon Law
2w ago
The Under Armour Infinite Elite is a brand new, maximalist trainer but still has that familiar firm, unresponsive UA ride. The difference is that it has a super thick midsole with a mild rocker which quickens transitions, however, it only feels decent on easy runs due to its high weight and its lack of energy return. Its $160 price point is way too high for a training companion that you only use for slow running ..read more
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Saucony Endorphin Speed 4 vs Saucony Endorphin Speed 3
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by Brandon Law
3w ago
The Endorphin Speed has taken the world by storm. It has a very lightweight build, a super foam midsole and a nylon plate. It's no wonder it has become one of the most popular Saucony trainers. This comparison will tell you if the Endorphin Speed 4 or the Endorphin Speed 3 is the better trainer for you ..read more
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Saucony Triumph RFG Review
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by Michael Mason-D'Croz
3w ago
The Saucony Triumph Run For Good is a fantastic long offering that is moving the business in the right direction with sustainable materials. Soft, bouncy and well designed, it’s a joy in which to log miles ..read more
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ASICS Gel Nimbus 26 Review
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by Larry Lam
1M ago
The Asics Gel-Nimbus 26 is a cushioned daily trainer that is an everyday shoe for most runners of all abilities. It has great outsole grip, soft enough cushion, and a stable, responsive ride ..read more
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