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Saucony ProGrid Mirage 2 – First Look

Posted on January 9, 2012 in Running Shoes

This popular near-minimal shoe for the runner needing a touch of pronation control carries over with “minimal” changes to its second version. The mid and outsole may ring a few bells for all of you who currently own a pair of Mirage’s, and that’s because it’s identical. Why mess with success, right? The sole of […]

New Balance Minimus Road 00 – First Look

Posted on January 6, 2012 in Running Shoes

If you’ve had a drool cup sitting next to your computer since we posted the MR00 sneak peak video and WR00 sneak peak video back in September, there’s probably not much else we need to tell you about this highly anticipated shoe, except when you can put it on your foot (sit tight until mid-March). […]

New Balance Minimus Trail 00 – First Look

Posted on January 5, 2012 in Running Shoes

Kind souls that we are, we gave you a sneak peak of this shoe last fall (check out the MT00 video and WT00 video). Now that we’re getting closer to the mid-March launch date, we wanted to provide a little more information on this innovative near-barefoot shoe by New Balance. The MT00 and WT00 will […]


Saucony Grid Type A5 – First Look

Posted on in Running Shoes

The Saucony Type A4 is a favorite racing flat around the office here, so we were excited to find out that Saucony planned to cut even more weight when introducing the Type A5. The midsole and outsole is unchanged from the Type A4, so all the weight reduction happens in the upper, which now uses […]


Run in Your Asics…Sport Watch?

Posted on in Gear Running Accessories

Millions of runners trust their feet to Asics for comfort, durability and performance. The company continues to be a technology leader in the footwear category, and its innovations have extended to running apparel and accessories as well. Now it’s time (bonus points for a bad pun, anyone?) to add running watches to the list of […]

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