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Saucony Zealot vs Nike FREE RN Distance vs Salming Miles

Posted on May 9, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

Last week I wrote about low drop (6mm or less) running shoes with traditional cushioning (19-23mm forefoot stack height). It’s the sweet spot for some runners. Today we look at a comparison among three shoes within this realm: Saucony Zealot, Nike FREE RN Distance, and the new comer, Salming Miles. These three shoes were chosen […]

Nike Free RN Distance | First Run Review

Posted on December 15, 2015 in Gear Running Shoes

Free RN Distance Featured

Free and Lunar technologies create a soft and flexible ride. Combined with a 4mm heel-toe offset, the comfort-oriented ride is great for easy days or daily runs. Men’s Free RN Distance | Women’s Free RN Distance Think of the Nike Free RN Distance as a mash up of the Free 3.0 and the Lunar Tempo. […]

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 […]


Comparing 2015 Standard Neutral Running Shoes

Posted on June 30, 2015 in Running Shoes


Over the last few weeks we have received the latest versions of shoes that dominate the standard neutral running shoe category: ASICS Cumulus 17, Brooks Ghost 8, Nike Pegasus 32, and Saucony Ride 8. These are traditional running shoes with heel-toe offsets between 8mm and 12mm, with medium to low stack heights and are workhorses […]


Product Spotlight: Nike Pegasus 31 Oregon Project

Posted on May 7, 2015 in Running Shoes


The “Oregon Project” team is a group of elite runners, lead by coach Alberto Salazar, aimed to create an American resurgence in distance running. The team consists of runners such as Galen Rupp, Mo Farah, Mary Cain and Jordan Hasay, to name a few. Coach Salazar, endorsed by Nike and its latest technologies, has seen […]


Nike LunarTempo | By Any Other Name . . .

Posted on February 12, 2015 in Running Shoes

A soft Lunar foam core supported by a firm Phylon carrier

Available February 2015 – MSRP $110.00 The spirit of the original Nike Lunar Lite Trainer+ returns as the LunarTempo and is ready for fast-paced running. Tech Specs Stack Height: 26mm Heel, 18mm Forefoot, 8mm offset Weight: 6.8 oz (Men’s size 9.0), 5.9 oz (Women’s Size 8.0) Competing Shoes Brooks Launch 2 – MSRP $100 New […]


Nike LunarEclipse+ 2 – Our Take

Posted on April 10, 2012 in Running Shoes

Nike LunarEclipse+ 2 Men's Shoe (Rocket Flame Not Included)

Our Tweet Think a support shoe has to feel stiff? Nope. Nike LunarEclipse 2 is proof that you can have a soft ride and a good dose of pronation control. (View Men’s LunarEclipse 2 and Women’s LunarEclipse 2) Big Updates Lighter Weight: About a half ounce lighter in both Men’s and Women’s versions, the LunarEclipse’s […]


Nike Structure Triax+ 14 Early Report

Posted on March 26, 2010 in Running Shoes

Coming out December 2010, the Nike Structure Triax 14+ continues along the path of its predecessors. Using the same tooling as the Structure Triax+ 13, which means the midsole has not changed (still uses Zoom Air for added cushioning), the latest version makes minor tweaks to the upper. Since the ride quality of the 13 […]


Nike Lunar Line Spring 2010 – Outta This World

Posted on July 8, 2009 in Running Shoes

Spring 2010 brings new additions to the Nike Lunar family: the LunarElite+ and LunarSwift+. The Nike Lunar concept originated with the LunarLite Racer and LunarLite Trainer in Fall 2008 and introduced a new foam along with a carrier/inlay midsole construction method. The Lunar concept hinges on the super-light space-age Lunar foam (it’s true, this is […]

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