American Women Own the Middle Distances for 2014

Today’s 1500-meter race at the Zurich Diamond League has tipped the scale for American middle distance women. The ladies in Red White and Blue can justly claim to be the … Continue Reading →


Team Garmin-Sharp takes New Balance to the Podium

At the surface, New Balance seems an odd sponsor for a professional cycling team.  Perhaps, the Running Warehouse blog is an unusual place to find a blog about a professional … Continue Reading →


The New Balance RC 1600 v2: Speed Takes on a New Look

The New Balance RC 1400 v2 has harnessed its fair share of attention in the running world as of late. Though not a huge update, the release of version two … Continue Reading →


New Balance 1260 v2 Sneak Peek

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 … Continue Reading →


New Balance 870 v2 Sneak Peek

The original 870 was a fantastic shoe that slipped under the radar for most runners. It offered an excellent fit, good support and a nice blend of cushioning and responsiveness. … Continue Reading →


New Balance 890 v2 – Our Take

Our Tweet The 890 v2 is a refined lightweight trainer – low and light with excellent road feel. The full redesign is an evolution, not revolution. (See Men’s 890 v2 … Continue Reading →


New Balance 730 – Our Take

Our Tweet 730 is the number to know if you want a light, low and fast road running shoe that feels simple on your feet while you rack up the … Continue Reading →


New Balance MT110/WT110 – First Look

New Balance faced a daunting task when updating the MT101 and the women’s version, the WT101. Plenty of customers rave about this shoe, and for good reason. The 101 struck … Continue Reading →


New Balance RC 1400 – First Look

After years of hit and miss in the racing flat arena, New Balance finally nails it with the RC 1400. Fresh looks, a no-sew seamless upper and a rev-lite midsole … Continue Reading →