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The Altra Paradigm: Natural Running meets Maximum Cushioning

Posted on March 14, 2014 in First Look Running Shoes

There’s no denying that maximum cushioned shoes have made quite a splash so far this year. Not just for ultramarathon runners anymore, runners of all disciplines are increasingly picking up on the leg-saving benefits of a low-impact ride. Altra has been one of the earlier adopters of maximum cushioning, and they’re looking to take their […]

The Saucony Cortana 4: Take A First Look

Posted on March 12, 2014 in First Look Running Shoes

There’s no denying that Saucony’s Cortana is a little bit of an oddity. Maximum cushioning, plush features, a 4mm offset and a lightweight design – typically not things you would see in the same description. The fact that the Cortana sits in its own category, though, doesn’t mean that the shoe hasn’t gained traction amongst […]

Osmo Nutrition is now available at Running Warehouse!

Posted on March 10, 2014 in Nutrition

We’re excited to introduce Osmo as the lastest addition to our fantastic range of nutrition products! Having seen significant success in the cycling world, Osmo is starting to gain traction amongst us runners as well. Created by Dr. Stacy Sims, Msc, PhD, a renowned nutritionist and exercise physiologist, Osmo is based on the latest and […]


It’s the Injinji St. Patty’s Day Toesock Giveaway!

Posted on March 6, 2014 in Gear Running Accessories

Hey, it’s March! The month of college basketball and the beginning of a slow progression out of the dark days of winter. Oh yeah, and St. Patrick’s Day! Break out that crock pot – it’s time to get some corned beef and cabbage going on in here! In the spirit of this most joyful holiday, […]



Introducing Osprey Hydration Packs

Posted on February 28, 2014 in Gear Running Accessories

The term Osprey conjures up three things. The first one is a glorious sea-bird, with a wingspan of nearly a yard, born to hunt and to strike awe upon any onlooker. The second, an airplane-helicopter hybrid that is clearly one of the most incredible flying machines to grace the skies, also striking awe upon any […]


The adidas adizero Boston 5 gets Boosted

Posted on February 26, 2014 in First Look Running Shoes

One of the more significant innovations in running footwear last year was the adidas’ new Boost midsole material. Though much of the hype surrounding Boost was simply that – hype – there’s no denying that the material offers a unique underfoot feel with plenty of rebound and bounce. In its first year, the Boost technology […]


The New Balance 1260 v4 Takes on a Sleek New Look

Posted on February 20, 2014 in First Look Running Shoes

Amidst all the lightweight, eye-catching, performance oriented trainers and racing shoes slated for a summer 2014 release, there are a few new maximum support trainers that will make their way onto the feet of many runners as well. Though perhaps not as sexy as the many sleeker and lighter footwear options becoming available, the New Balance […]


Mizuno Wave Sayonara 2: Minor Tweaks to a Fast Shoe

Posted on February 17, 2014 in First Look Running Shoes

Mizuno’s footwear updates follow a certain pattern: a given shoe’s upper will undergo a change every year, while the midsole and outsole see a redesign in two-year increments. The Wave Sayonara, Mizuno’s performance trainer that pushed the boundaries of lightweight last year with it’s innovative U4ic midsole material, will receive its first update this upcoming […]


The New Balance Fresh Foam 980: First Impressions

Posted on February 12, 2014 in Running Shoes

Maximalism. It’s one of the buzzwords that has put itself into existence in the running world over the past year, indicative of a full pendulum swing away from the minimalist trend of the Born to Run days. What is it? The “maximalist” category hasn’t been clearly defined at this point, but the differentiator is an […]


The Saucony Ride 7: A Continued Focus on Traditional

Posted on February 7, 2014 in First Look Running Shoes

One of the trends amongst running shoe companies that we’ve noticed recently is the increased focus on more mainstream, traditional footwear options. Though minimal and lightweight were very much in vogue over previous years, manufacturers are realizing that their core traditional trainers continue to be the driving forces within the running world, as most runners […]

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