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New Balance Vazee Summit Review

Posted on March 28, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

A 10mm offset trail shoe that runs like a 4-6mm offset. It’s light, grippy, nimble and fairly protective. The New Balance Vazee Summit was designed to be a do-anything trail shoe. The concept was to make a shoe that has everything you need and nothing you don’t. That was a lofty goal. The shoe needed […]

Trail Running Gaiters Buying Guide

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Gear Running Accessories

Scenic of mountains, Chamonix, France.

Scenic of mountains, Chamonix, France.

You are no stranger to getting stuff in your shoes. And by stuff, I mean dirt, sand, rocks, snow, mud… you’re a trail runner – you’re pretty hardcore. But even the most hardcore trail runner should keep themselves protected from potential hazards. If you’re running trails, you may need more than just the protection a […]

Unique Features of Trail Running Shoes

Posted on January 26, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes

Salomon Usage until 09/2016

When I first started running, I didn’t know one running shoe from another. All I knew was that some looked more appealing than others, and so I made the mistake that many newbies make in choosing a shoe based on looks alone. Sure, I read the shoe description… it said “trail shoe”. But to me, […]


Hoka One One Speed Instinct | First Look

Posted on January 25, 2016 in First Look Gear Running Shoes

Hoka Speed Intsinct Featured Image

Available July 2016 – MSRP $130.00 Hoka One One continues to bring out new shoe models and broaden the scope of the brand. The Speed Instinct takes the go-fast midsole concept of the forthcoming Tracer and adapts it for trail use. It has a minimal mesh upper to keep weight down. However, a protective toe […]


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 […]


Lace Garage: A Favorite Trail Shoe Feature

Posted on January 4, 2016 in Gear Running Shoes


A favorite shoe feature here at Running Warehouse is the “lace garage”, the stretch mesh pocket located at the top of the tongue of some shoes. Lace garages are most commonly found on trail shoes. Reason being, you don’t want your laces catching on something. Beyond the practical nature of keeping shoelaces secured and you […]


Merrell All Out Crush | First Look

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


MSRP $100.00 – Available February 15, 2016 So many trail shoes. So little time. And now there is another shoe I want to put into the mix. The Merrell All Out Crush is light, soft, and super flexible. I’m a sucker for flexible shoes, you know, the type that can be folded in half. Even […]


New Balance Vazee Summit | First Look

Posted on November 9, 2015 in First Look Gear Running Shoes


Available April 2016 – MSRP $100.00 New Balance has had great success with the introduction of new trail shoes over the past several years. Whether it was geared toward the minimal end of the spectrum (MT101/WT101, Minimus MT10/WT10) or a more protective, ultra endurance option (MT1210/WT1210), New Balance has nailed it with great performing shoes […]


Hoka One One Speedgoat | First Look

Posted on June 4, 2015 in First Look Running Shoes

Hoka One One Speedgoat Logo

If there is one new trail shoe to get excited about for 2015, it’s the Hoka One One Speedgoat. Built to handle tough conditions like those found in the Speedgoat 50K, this shoe has an incredible weight to cushioning ratio. As one of Hoka’s ultrasized shoes, the Speedgoat packs plenty of foam under foot for […]


New Balance Trail 910 v2 | First Look

Posted on May 28, 2015 in First Look Running Shoes

New Balance 910 v2 Men's

The New Balance Trail 910 v1 did not garner a lot of fans. In my opinion, this was due largely to the fit. It fit my foot really well, which means it was too narrow and snug on the top of the foot for most people. Another potentially off-putting component of the v1 version was […]

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