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Asics Gel Nimbus 15 review

After days of wear-testing the rather minimal Speedform and the Kinvara, switching over to a pair of Nimbus 15 was a shock, both for the knees and the brain. The knee, because it didn’t know what to make of the plush, foam and mesh cocoon attached to the foot

Saucony Kinvara 4 review

It didn’t take us many miles of running to realize that the Kinvara 4 hasn’t changed at all. Compared to Kinvara 3, we meant. Sure, there are a few nips and tucks, but if you look past that, then it is practically the same shoe in body

Under Armour Speedform Apollo review

It is no secret that Under Armour is an apparel company and while they sell footwear, the latter still remains a small part of their business – 13% in 2013 to be precise. UA has been making shoes since 2006, and they’ve had moderate success with their

Nike Free Flyknit review

Opinions are easily formed, and by the time pictures of the Free Flyknit started showing up in blogosphere, we had ours. One look at a the Nike Free Flyknit, and we thought – ‘Ah, a Flyknit Racer upper on a Free 5.0 outsole’. As it turns out,

Nike Lunarglide 5 review

  Nike did a fine job on the Lunarglide 4 last year with a 100% makeover. New outsole-midsole construction, radical upper design, the works. It would be unfair to expect a shoe with all around updates just after a year, but still, the 2013 Lunarglide 5 gets