Brooks Ghost 15 Review
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by Brandon Law
1w ago
The Ghost 15 is a supremely comfortable daily trainer with a high drop which makes it most suitable for heel strikers. It’s a very safe choice when it comes to bread and butter mileage trainers because of its luxurious upper and its consistent fit/ride from version to version. The 15th version of the Ghost has a new, DNA Loft v2 midsole which makes the shoe a little bit heavier and gives it a firmer ride. As a result, the Ghost 15 feels better during faster paces but not as comfortable during slow-paced runs ..read more
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ON Cloudrunner Review
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by TJ Jones
1w ago
The Cloudrunner is the newest addition to the ON’s running lineup. It takes ON’s tried and true unique aspects (Cloudtec and pods) and adds more traditional characteristics. While this combination makes for a durable and comfortable ride, its drawbacks hold it back from becoming a daily trainer ..read more
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Nike ZoomX Zegama Trail Review
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by Henry Howard
1w ago
The Nike ZoomX Zegama will be a solution to medium length trail races for some runners while others will relegate the shoe for shorter, dry training runs. This marks the trail debut of the same bouncy ZoomX midsole foam Nike uses in its Alphafly and Vaporfly road shoes. Do note that the Zegama doesn’t have the full ZoomX package in the midsole, as it would cause stability issues on the trail ..read more
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Brooks Hyperion Elite 3 Review
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by Olivia Yoder
1w ago
The Brooks Hyperion Elite 3 is categorized as a top-of-the-line super shoe. I think it’s been miscategorized and overpriced. It is a shoe that will help get you those race day personal best times but not worn for race day. It’s a fantastic choice for training runs. This road-racing shoe is designed to keep you running efficiently at race effort and includes a carbon plate that springs you forward with every step ..read more
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New Balance FuellCell SuperComp Elite v3 Review
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by Brandon Law
1w ago
The New Balance FuelCell SuperComp Elite v3 is a soft-riding, carbon-plated racer with a bouncy, energetic ride. It has a flexible plate and non-aggressive rocker which make it not as fast as the competition. Version 3 has Energy Arc technology which makes it more energetic than version 2. It also has a more stable ride but a heavier weight than last year’s version and its new bootie construction upper is a step backward ..read more
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Altra Outroad Review
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by Olivia Yoder
1w ago
The Altra Outroad is a shoe that does it all for me. It’s one of a kind and should have its own category. You can go from the road to the trails flawlessly. It’s a shoe that gives you the best of both worlds ..read more
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HOKA Tecton X Review
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by Katherine Takai
1w ago
The Hoka Tecton X is a fast, lightweight trail race shoe that performs best on smooth, non-technical terrain ..read more
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Saucony Triumph 20 Review
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by Olivia Yoder
1w ago
The Saucony Triumph 20 is a long-distance, everyday running shoe. It offers premium features that surely won’t disappoint. Do yourself a favor and treat yourself to a pair of these babies ..read more
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Adidas Adizero Prime X Strung Review
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by Brandon Law
1w ago
The Adidas Adizero Prime X Strung is a highly-cushioned super shoe best suited to speed workouts and long runs. It has an aggressive rocker and an extremely stiff forefoot due to carbon EnergyRods and additional carbon blades in its sole. This Strung version of the Prime X has a new, advanced upper which makes it slightly heavier than the previous version but a lot more comfortable and foot-conforming ..read more
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Brooks Glycerin GTS 20 Review
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by Kristin Lassen
1w ago
The Brooks Glycerin GTS 20 bridges the gap between distance and speed shoes for runners who need cushioned stability but do not want to sacrifice a quick turn-over. The smooth-transition design makes it feel lighter than it is, while it still sports the cushion and stable upper of a traditional heavy-duty distance shoe; the thin outsole will be the first to go ..read more
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