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Saucony Triumph ISO Review

Recently, brands seem to have snapped out of their temporary phase of design inertia, churning out model updates with a newfound ferocity. adidas continues to build on the Boost momentum, Nike’s doing their thing with the new Pegasus/Structure/Lunarglide and Flyknits; and Brooks has thrown some of their  Read more...

Brooks Beast 14 Review

Around eight years ago, when we first thought of starting a shoe review website, one of the biggest challenges was deciding what to name it. Anyone who’s ever had to deal with naming something knows how mind numbing that process can be. Because you want something which  Read more...

Skechers GoRun Ride 4 Review

The GoRun Ride 4 is here, and it is definitely an improvement over last year’s version. An update which improves the quality of overall upper fit, and while at  it, the ride quality as well. Now the latter part is interesting, because Skechers hasn’t changed the midsole  Read more...

Nike Air Max 2015 Review

  Nike Air. Saucony Grid. Reebok Hexalite. Asics Gel. These are well known cushioning technologies, and for long been a selling point for the brands. But first, we have to understand how these Vanguards of old came into being. In ancient days, running shoes relied on a  Read more...

Hoka One One Huaka Review

Life must be tough for a Hoka shoe designer. It’s been a few fast years since the European-now-American brand debuted their running shoe line with bottomless midsoles, and all that has built up a set expectation of what Hokas should feel like. They should be super cushioney,  Read more...

Mizuno Wave Sayonara 2 Review

Sometimes, a quick track session will fully coax out a shoe’s character, and within a very short span of time. Especially when the shoe in question is designed for fast paced running – like the Mizuno Wave Sayonara 2, which straddles middle ground between a full blown distance  Read more...

New Balance 1260 V4 Review

The New Balance 1260 V4 is the Massachusetts based brand’s top tier stability shoe, and it also happens to be assembled in the United States using a mix of local and imported components. This has long been New Balance’s talking point, since they are the only athletic footwear  Read more...