In attempt to improve the fit of the Mizuno Rider series, Mizuno made several upper adjustments with the introduction of the Wave Rider 14. As a result of the fit changes, many Rider loyalists became alienated with the Rider 14 and some have gone to a different shoe. While the Waver Ride 14 still sells […]
Runners seeking a more natural foot motion inevitably should find themselves running on trails. The natural terrain of the outdoors is more forgiving on the body compared to the paved world. As such, reductionist running shoes have taken hold of the trail running market. A reductionist shoe has at least one of the following attributes […]
The Capri Takes on the Short The run apparel industry has expanded dramatically over the past couple decades, and it is continuing to venture into new corners of every runner’s wardrobe. No longer is the race day outfit limited to lightweight shorts and a tee (or split shorts and a singlet, more specifically). These days, […]
Lava gel is no longer available at Running Warehouse. For information on the company and where to purchase its products, please visit www.squeezy.com.
In an effort to keep runner’s feet more comfortable on a year-round basis, Brooks is introducing waterproof versions of their two most popular shoes: Adrenaline GTS 11 and Ghost 4. By fashioning GORE-TEX GTX uppers into the same patterns used on the breathable mesh versions, Brooks is able to provide its familiar, great fit in […]
Currently, an adidas shoe with the new-look, horizontal three-stripes, signifies a fresh product that is all about speed. This certainly applies to the adiZero Feather (pictured above). By stripping down the upper to its bare essentials, reducing the shoe’s foot-print through strategic cutouts and utilizing a super light midsole foam, this shoe comes in at […]