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Montrail Bajada Our Take

Posted on February 7, 2012 in Running Shoes

Our Tweet For runners needing a little more shoe than the Rogue Racer, the Bajada feels responsive and gives added confidence on technical trails. (View the Men’s Bajada and Women’s Bajada) Big Features Gryptonite Outsole: Montrail’s sticky lug technology spans the length of the outsole for solid traction on the toughest terrain. Light Midsole: The […]

Introducing New Balance Minimus Apparel

Posted on in Gear Running Apparel

NOTE: Due to availability issues, Running Warehouse will not be carrying the New Balance Minimus apparel line for the Spring/Summer 2012 season. We will post more information on the Fall/Winter 2012 collection when we know more about confirmed delivery dates. The New Balance Minimus footwear collection is light and nimble, with a focus on performance. […]

New Balance MT/WT110 Product Video

Posted on in Running Shoes

The New Balance MT110 and WT110 have been some of our biggest sellers at Running Warehouse since their introduction in early January. If you run on trails, you need to know about this shoe. We had a chance to sit down with Bryan Gothie, a senior product manager at New Balance, to talk over the […]


2012 Running Trends – Olympic Fever

Posted on February 6, 2012 in Run Life

You might not know it with how much coverage there’s been of the 2012 Presidential race, but there will be quite a few other races to watch this summer. The Olympic Games are coming to London this August. Athletics events will take place at various times throughout the Olympic Games schedule, from August 3 through […]


Mizuno Wave Musha 4 – Our Take

Posted on February 4, 2012 in Running Shoes

Our Tweet The Musha 4 bulks up a bit and improves midsole for extra bounce. Still tops for slight overpronators who want a versatile racing shoe. (View Men’s Musha 4 and Women’s Musha 4.) Runners Say “These are majorly flexible and springy, especially for a Mizuno product. I wasn’t expecting the level of comfort this […]


2012 Top Running Trends – Streamlined Trail Shoes

Posted on February 3, 2012 in Run Life

A lot of innovation has been happening in the trail running shoe sector over the past year. Trail shoes are echoing their road counterparts in that they are getting lighter, lower and more nimble. Not long ago, trail shoes were characterized by stiff midsoles, aggressive outsoles, and uppers with plenty of overlays. The keyword was […]


Race of the Month: Cupid’s Undie Run

Posted on February 2, 2012 in Run Life Running Events

It’s the shortest month of the year, and we’re celebrating with the shortest race we’re featuring all year. Cupid’s Undie Run is just 1.5 miles long, meaning that for a lot of you it’ll be over before you can say “Meb Keflezighi.” So what’s the big deal? Well the name says it all, people. Keyword: […]


Inov-8 f-lite 220 Our Take

Posted on in Running Shoes

Our Tweet The f-lite 220 is ideal for runners who prize a smooth ride, along with those who love the 230 but have been wanting a road-specific model. (View Men’s Inov-8 f-lite 220.) Runners Say “You feel close to the ground in this shoe, but cushioned at the same time. I haven’t experienced that in […]


Inov-8 Trailroc Sneak Peek

Posted on February 1, 2012 in Running Shoes

Designed for running on loose, rugged and eroded trails, the Trailroc wants to be your new buddy for when the going gets tough. This is a brand new design from Inov-8, available in three flavors to give you just the mix of cushioning and protection you need. It’s also the first Inov-8 shoe to use […]


2012 Top Running Trends – Minimalism…with a Twist

Posted on in Running Shoes

Pretty much everyone who’s followed running trends in recent years knows that minimalism – a movement inspired by barefoot running – has been as hot as an Alabama August. So the trend’s going to continue unabated in 2012, right? Not so fast. We have no doubt that many die-hard minimalists will continue to keep this […]

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