When it arrived, the 2013 Nike Free Flyknit was the first shoe to feature the compression version of the Flyknit upper. And that was followed up with the release of 3.0 and 4.0 Flyknits last summer, both of which ushered in new updates on the sole design.
We observed the low-drop, minimalist footwear phenomenon of 2009-2012 with interest, and one aspect of it was truly puzzling. Driven by the meteoric (and temporary) success of brands like Vibram, it was natural for many brands to want in on the wave. A new category of lightweight
The Air Zoom Elite 7 is part of the four-shoe new Zoom pack which Nike gave everyone a preview of last summer. Each model featured a major re-design, overhauling its persona in more ways than one. If you’ve been following Nike long enough, this sort of thing
The realization is gradually dawning on us that Asics’ offering of running shoes is a little confusing to buyers. Segmentation is blurred by use of common materials, technologies and aesthetics. What is the difference between, say a $135 Gel Surveyor 2 and a $160 Kayano 20? Or
When we decided to run solereview full time in April this year, one of the important tasks involved was to decide which shoes to review over the course of next few months – trying to make good on lost time. We sat down with a piece of paper