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Saucony Triumph ISO 2 | Review Comparison to the First Triumph ISO

Posted on November 16, 2015 in Gear Running Shoes

Triumph ISO 1 and 2

Summary Several changes to the outsole and flex grooves result in the Triumph ISO 2 (Men’s | Women’s) feeling less squishy soft. The shoe is still on the softer side, but the addition of Everun cushioning helps the shoe feel snappier. A nearly identical fit maintains its ability to accommodate a broad range of feet. […]

Hoka One One Clifton 2 | First Look

Posted on May 22, 2015 in First Look Running Shoes

Hoka One One Clifton 2 Panel

The Hoka One One Clifton was our best selling shoe for 2014. Why? It’s lightweight. It’s soft. It’s the lowest priced shoe in the Hoka line. This performance-oriented running shoe has been great for runners with a midfoot to forefoot strike, who appreciate well-cushioned ride that is light enough for fast paced running and feels […]

ASICS Gel-Kayano 21 Shoe Review

Posted on November 18, 2014 in Running Shoes

Greater decoupling in heel crash pad leads into the new guidance line shape to assist with overpronation

At a Glance 11.4 oz. (Men’s size 9.0) & 9.6 oz. (Women’s size 8.0) Men’s model offers a 10mm heel-to-toe drop (Heel: 28mm, Forefoot: 18mm) Women’s model offers a 13mm heel-to-toe drop ( Heel: 30mm, Forefoot: 17mm) due to gender-specific Plus3 Support system design Top of the class cushioning creates an ultra-soft and absorbent feeling […]


Altra Paradigm Shoe Review

Posted on October 7, 2014 in Running Shoes

Blown rubber outsole materials and design protect metatarsal heads from impact

At a Glance 10.2 oz (Men’s size 9.0), 9.2 oz (Women’s size 8.0) 25mm heel, 25mm forefoot Promotes midfoot and forefoot strike due to zero mm heel-to-toe offset Soft, maximum cushioned A-bound midsole keeps your legs feeling less fatigued on longer distance workouts Ample room for toe splay is created through an extra wide toe […]


Runblogger Altra Torin Review

Posted on January 30, 2013 in Run Life Running Shoes

The recent release of the Altra Torin (view Women’s colors) has many minimal and elemental runners buzzing, including Nate Sanel on his Dirty Runner column over at Runblogger. He wanted Altra Shoes with extra cushioning so much that in 2011 he glued a Hoka midsole/outsole to an Altra Instinct. Severe blisters ensued. Now, he’s got […]


Brooks Adrenaline GTS 10 Shoe Review

Posted on February 15, 2010 in Running Shoes

For several years now, the Brooks Adrenaline GTS has been a category leader in the maximum support category. Shoes in this category offer support just beyond moderate over-pronation but not so much that they become motion control shoes. This niche is filled by other shoes like the Mizuno Alchemy and Saucony Omni (Ultimate now 8), […]

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