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Contest: Win a Free Pair of the Brooks Neuro

Posted on May 24, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

The Brooks Neuro is a crazy looking shoe, but there is a method to the madness. With the Neuro, Brooks set out to create a fast performance shoe with dynamic movement to work with the foot. The result is a very flexible, responsive shoe. You can think of the shoe as an extension of the […]

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 […]

Brooks Hyperion | First Look

Posted on February 1, 2016 in First Look Gear Running Shoes

F16 Brooks Hyperion Featured

Available June 2016 – MSRP $130.00 Other than changing colors, Brooks has not updated or introduced a new racing flat since February 2011. That will all change this June with the Hyperion. The Hyperion will replace the T7 Racer and will be significantly different. The midsole will be made of Brooks’ BioMoGo DNA material, which […]


Brooks Mazama | First Look

Posted on January 11, 2016 in First Look Gear Running Shoes

F16 Brooks Mazama Featured

Available October 2016 – MSRP $140.00 In October 2016, Brooks looks to get faster on the trails. The Brooks Mazama is built with a somewhat thin midsole to place the foot close to the ground. Combined with a 6mm heel-toe offset, the Mazama looks to have inherent stability for technical trails. The outsole pattern is […]


New Balance Fresh Foam 1080 v6 | First Run Review

Posted on December 22, 2015 in Gear Running Shoes

Fresh Foam 1080 v6 Review

A dramatically improved upper finally delivers a plush fit that matches the well-cushioned ride of the 1080. Men’s 1080 v6 | Women’s 1080 V6 While the New Balance 1080 v6 is new from the ground up, it still delivers a smooth, well-cushioned running experience. The shoe just accomplishes the feat in a different manner. The […]


Highly Reflective Running Shoes for the Nighttime

Posted on November 2, 2015 in Gear Running Shoes


Shop Womens New Balance Vazee Pace Reflect

Most of us just experienced a time change, and are highly disgruntled with the rapid decrease in evening light. While there is a touch more light in the morning, it is fleeting as the daylight hours continue to decrease over the next 7 weeks. Since a lack of light is not something to keep us […]


Brooks Launch 3 | First Look

Posted on October 23, 2015 in First Look Gear Running Shoes

Brooks Launch 3 Close-up

Available January 2016 – MSRP $100.00 The forthcoming Brooks Launch 3 begs the question: Do runners still want performance running shoes with a 10mm heel-toe offset? The thinking goes like this: as you run faster you move further forward on your foot, so why would you want a shoe with a thick heel potentially getting in […]


Brooks Pureflow 5 | First Look

Posted on August 25, 2015 in First Look Gear Running Shoes

Brooks Pureflow 5 Close-up

Available January 2016 – MSRP $110.00 Men’s Pureflow 5 | Women’s Pureflow 5 2016 is a big year in the lightweight, 4mm heel-toe offset category. The Saucony Kinvara gets new midsole technology, HOKA ONE ONE introduces the Clayton and Tracer, the Skechers GoRun 5 gets an advanced circular knit upper, and Nike is bringing forth […]


Brooks Transcend 3 | First Look

Posted on August 7, 2015 in First Look Running Shoes

Brooks Transcend 3 Close-up

Available January 2016 – MSRP $170.00 The revolutionary Transcend debuted in February 2014 and while going through two iterations, the shoe has yet to find a home with many runners. Forgoing a traditional post to reduce excess pronation, the Transcend used guide rails (foot cradle) and geometry (straighter shape and an 8mm heel-toe offset) to […]


The Aurora Sweepstakes Presented by Brooks

Posted on July 20, 2015 in Run Life


Our sun burns 27 million degrees Fahrenheit hot at its core. As particles escape from the boiling, bubbling surface, sunspots are born, hurtling these particles of plasma into space. Solar wind is created from these movements, and 40 hours later these winds reach the Earth’s atmosphere in the form of beautiful lights across the sky. […]

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