Asics Gel-Fuji Trabuco 4 Women’s Trail Running Shoes

Is this the most versatile trail shoe out there? Run trails your way in this Asics shoe that’s built for varied conditions and all types of runners. Flat or unpredictable terrain; speed or distance; neutral runners looking for stability, or mild overpronators… this trail shoe can do it all. Protection, traction and stability it’s the trio of features every trail runner looks for, and this shoe has them in abundance. Plus, you’ll be taking less weight into the wilderness with a new, lighter upper. – Take on all kinds of trails with a shoe built for different terrain and runners – Get great grip over both mild and unpredictable terrain – Run long distances with a lightweight design and comfortable upper. The women’s FujiTrabuco 4 trail shoes are now available here

Posted on July 30th, 2015 by

Today’s featured running shoe – Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32

                      Today’s featured running shoe – Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 The new Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 Running Shoe is all about enabling a runner the potential to make everyday a fast training day. The Pegasus 31 was a very good shoe – that felt like it was back to where a traditional Pegasus shoe should be, i.e. as a ‘go to’ running shoe for everyday training – responsive, cushioned, and lightweight. The updated design of the Pegasus 32 has moved things on another step. Key features include the removal of the midfoot overlays leaving a precise, one-piece engineered mesh and Flywire upper built to deliver even better support and performance. Responsive and springy cushioning A Nike Zoom Air unit in the heel delivers combines pressurised Nike Air and internal fibres to create a responsive cushioning that springs back fast—so you move fast. Breathable and supportive upper The engineered mesh upper provides ventilation and support where you need it most. It is also durable. Flywire cables wrap the midfoot and arch add support for a secure and comfortable fit. Smooth footstrike A crash rail underfoot acts as a cushioning Read more…

Posted on June 26th, 2015 by

Brooks Ghost 8 Running Shoes – a quick review

The all new Brooks Ghost 8 hits the trifecta of balance, cushion, and light weight… it promises a scarily good ride for the runner with a neutral running gait. Six of the best: 3D Fit Print uses a revolutionary process that uses screen-print technology to apply engineered structure to the uppers of the shoe, which helps feet stay cooler and dryer. It also maintains the shoe structure with increased flexibility and lighter weight. The upper is now virtually seamless, giving you an even more comfortable, sock-like fit. The BioMoGo DNA Midsole is an innovative cushioning and responsive system that adapts to runners of all sizes and speeds, providing a custom ride. The Ghost 8 has been updated with a new full-length Segmented Crash Pad for ultra-smooth heel-to-toe transition. The shoe boasts Omega Flex Grooves for optimised flexibility to encourage good form. The tread enables the shoe to work and grip really well on grass surfaces. In summary, the Ghost 8 is a great shoe for road running as well as being fine on grass and dry trail surfaces. It is ideal for runners with medium to high arches, and made for runners with normal pronation. | Men’s + Women’s Read more…

Posted on June 19th, 2015 by

Review of Brooks Glycerin 13 Running Shoes

Step into men’s Glycerin 13 running shoe and you’ll enter into new worlds of comfort. Six of the best: 3D Fit Print technology is used to create a newly enhanced, seamless upper for flexibility and streamlined support. The dynamic saddle wraps the foot in secure comfort and the wraparound collar adds the finishing touch for a perfect blend of ideal fit and plush comfort. Underfoot, the Super DNA adaptive midsole provides 25% more cushion than the regular DNA midsole for the ultimate in smooth rides. Ideal Pressure Zones in the outsole optimise pressure distribution from heel to forefoot and the rounded heel helps keep your body in its Ideal alignment. Segmented Crash Pad is in effect made up of fully-integrated shock absorbers to provide cushion and smooth heel-to-toe transition, maximising the efficiency of every stride. Great for road running and ideal for those with a neutral pronation running gait, and who have medium to high arches. | Men’s + Women’s Glycerin on

Posted on June 11th, 2015 by

Say Hi to the Mizuno Wave Kazan Trail

Mizuno are looking to shake up the off-road running market with its all new trail running shoe, the Wave Kazan. Mizuno say it’s their most versatile and technically advanced trail shoe ever. What is clear is that the Kazan is designed for those runners who are serious about spending their quality time off the tarmac and on the trails. The Wave Kazan derives its name from the Samurai battle standard of “Furin Kazan” meaning “move as swift as the wind, stay as silent as the forest, attack as fierce as fire, and be as undefeatable as the mountain”.                   Upper: The striking upper design was patterned after topography and Japanese rock gardens. Midsole: The Kazan will feel like a quality road shoe with its use of U4ic – a unique midsole compound that rides and cushions like Mizuno’s ap+ midsole, but is approximately 30% lighter without any loss of comfort or performance. Outsole: A Concave Wave cradles the heel against excessive movement, while a midfoot “X” groove allows the heel and forefoot to move independently and adapt to uneven terrain. The ultra-aggressive x-studded outsole pattern is strategically patterned to provide optimal grip Read more…

Posted on August 13th, 2014 by

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