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New Balance 1260 v2 Sneak Peek

Posted on March 30, 2012 in Running Shoes

A fresh take on the max support, max cush trainer for New Balance, the 1260 v2 switches to lighter technologies that still deliver a plenty plush ride. Launch Date August 2012 MSRP $145.00 What to Watch For Updated Support Tech: The 1260 v2 uses a reconfigured Stabilicore design along with a T-Beam midfoot shank to […]

K-Swiss Blade Max Stable

Posted on March 29, 2012 in Running Shoes

Our Tweet Does the world really need another moderate support daily trainer? If it’s the K-Swiss Blade Max Stable, the answer is “yes.” (View Men’s Blade Max Stable and Women’s Blade Max Stable) Big Features 2 Kinds of Cushioning: The Max Stable uses a composite foam layered on top of the blade-shaped EVA foam that […]

Introducing Timex Marathon GPS

Posted on March 28, 2012 in Gear Running Accessories

Two words probably stood out when you saw this article: “Timex” and “GPS.” Here’s one more thing that should stand out too: “$99.95.” Put ‘em together and what have you got? The Timex Marathon GPS – a pretty fantastic option for the runner who wants reliable distance, pace and speed calculations. Key Features Records and […]

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K-Swiss K-Ruuz 1.5 – Our Take

Posted on March 27, 2012 in Running Shoes

Our Tweet Run K-Raazy K-Wiick in the K-Swiss K-Ruuz 1.5, an impressively lightweight racer with a touch of pronation support. (View Men’s K-Ruuz 1.5 and Women’s K-Ruuz 1.5) Big Updates Lighter Weight: The K-Ruuz 1.5 is down to 6.0 oz (Men’s size 9), over an ounce lighter than the already trim original model. Improved Upper: […]

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Introducing Soleus GPS 2.0

Posted on in Gear Running Accessories

There’s a lot to love about the Soleus GPS 1.0, particularly at its $99.00 MSRP. Even though it’s one of the most affordable watches we offer with GPS functionality, it’s far from “cheap.” This model is proving to be a durable training companion for many runners. Our customers have commented positively on its comfort, ease […]

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New Balance MR00/WR00 – Our Take

Posted on March 26, 2012 in Running Shoes

Our Tweet With just 12mm of material separating you from the tarmac, the New Balance MR/WR00 is flat, flexible and light. (View Men’s MR00 and Women’s WR00) Big Features Zero Drop: As the name suggests, the Minimus Road 00 sits on a level platform with a 12mm stack height in the heel and forefoot. Vibram […]

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New Balance MT00/WT00 – Our Take

Posted on March 23, 2012 in Running Shoes

Our Tweet Get the New Balance MT00/WT00 for a near-barefoot running experience without beating the soles of your feet to a pulp on the trail. (View Men’s MT00 and Women’s WT00) Big Features Zero Drop: As the name suggests, the Minimus Trail 00 sits on a level platform with a 12mm stack height in the […]

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Nike Zoom Streak LT Sneak Peek

Posted on March 22, 2012 in Running Shoes

To riff on Bill Shakespeare: “A shoe by any other name….” Later this year, the ever-popular Streak XC 3 becomes the Streak LT. This means big changes, right? Nope. It’s really just a name change. Why? Because XC stands for cross-country, but this shoe actually appeals to a much broader range of runners. (Just take […]

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Adidas Adizero Hagio – Our Take

Posted on in Running Shoes

Our Tweet The Adidas Hagio is a racing flat that doesn’t mess around – it just delivers wins with its featherweight, flexible ride. Big Features Light & Durable: Just 6.1 oz in a Men’s size 9, the Hagio features a high-strength mesh upper and adiWear carbon rubber for long-lasting grip and traction. Well Cushioned: adiPRENE […]

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Nathan Minimist Race Vest Giveaway

Posted on March 21, 2012 in Gear Running Accessories

Pack light and stay fast with the Nathan Minimist Race Vest. We’re giving away 2 vests to fans of Nathan products who want to give this new vest a try. This contest is now closed. Thank you to all who entered and congratulations to Janelle in Pennsylvania and Fred in Illinois – winners of our […]

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