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The New Balance MT/WT 10 v4 does not stand alone

Posted on April 25, 2016 in Running Shoes

New Balance MT/WT10 v4 vs Topo Athletic MT-2 vs Inov-8 Terraclaw 220 The latest version (v4) of the New Balance MT/WT 10 has added 3mm of stack height to its underfoot protection. This has resulted in us moving the shoe from a minimal stack height classification to a low stack height classification. Low stack height […]

Brooks PureCadence 5 vs Hoka One One Infinite vs New Balance Vongo

Posted on April 18, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

Heel-toe drop is a popular topic of conversation among many runners. The discussions often include type of footstrike (heel, midfoot, forefoot), running efficiency, and natural running. One view is lower drops are better, particularly if one has a mid or forefoot strike. As such, there are runners who are adamant about buying shoes with a […]

Boston Inspired Running Shoes

Posted on April 13, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

For a few years now, shoe companies have been creating limited edition shoes for key running and triathlon events. Whether it’s the ultra competitive Boston Marathon, the hugely attended NYC Marathon, or the extremely selective Hawaii Ironman, at least one company is producing a special edition shoe inspired by the event. This year Brooks and […]

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Hoka One One | Tracer vs Clayton vs Clifton 2 vs Odyssey

Posted on April 11, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

Hoka One One now has four lightweight shoes in their line-up: Tracer, Clayton, Clifton 2 & Odyssey. While they may seem similar in some respects, there are subtle and major differences. ( Men’s Clifton 2 ) | ( Mens’ Odyssey ) | ( Women’s Clifton 2 ) | ( Women’s Odyssey ) For starters, the […]

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Best Selling Running Shoes of 2016 – First Quarter

Posted on April 4, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

The year 2016 is already one quarter gone. That means spring running and racing are here. So today we look back at the 1st quarter of the year to see what shoes are resonating with the most runners here at Running Warehouse. The HOKA ONE ONE Clayton charged out of the gate. It is a […]

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New Balance Vazee Summit Review

Posted on March 28, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

A 10mm offset trail shoe that runs like a 4-6mm offset. It’s light, grippy, nimble and fairly protective. The New Balance Vazee Summit was designed to be a do-anything trail shoe. The concept was to make a shoe that has everything you need and nothing you don’t. That was a lofty goal. The shoe needed […]

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Kinvara 7 Review: Comparison with Kinvara 6

Posted on March 14, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

The Kinvara 7 is a better shoe. With a more compliant landing, the ride is smoother and feels better at a greater range of paces. At first step-in, it didn’t seem like there was much of difference between the Kinvara 7 and 6. The heel fit and overall volume feel identical. The midfoot volume visually […]

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Brooks Launch 3 |The Update Reviewed

Posted on March 7, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

With a virtually identical fit and no change in ride, the Brooks Launch 3 is a very minor update to the Brooks Launch 2. The Brooks Launch 3 carries over the same midsole and outsole used on the Launch 2. As such, the two shoes deliver the same ride. The underfoot feel is taut, meaning […]

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New Balance Vazee Pace v2 | First Look

Posted on February 29, 2016 in First Look Gear Running Shoes

NB VazeePace2_Featured

Available July 2016 – MSRP $110.00 The current Vazee Pace is a snappy, go-fast shoe. It has a very taut, firm feel. The second version looks to be a touch softer, but still firm. One to two millimeters of thickness is added to the blown rubber outsole of the Vazee Pace v2. This small change […]

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What is Running Cadence?

Posted on February 17, 2016 in Training

GaminCadence

Running cadence is a term that is making the rounds. Garmin has a watch/monitor that will measure cadence. Altra Running and Under Armour are introducing shoes that will transmit cadence to a compatible watch or smart phone app. Newton Running, Altra, and many running form programs mention running cadence as a key to successful running. […]

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