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Saucony Ride 7 Review

Though it has little to do with the actual review, a little trivia is always fun, with no harm done. Keeps us hapless shoe reviewers from getting jaded too. Here it comes – every second grader knows Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, the first men to walk

Brooks Glycerin 12 Review

The general truth is, a $150 shoe isn’t necessarily better (functionally) than a $100 one. We mean, it won’t make you go faster, burn calories faster or blunt the annoying effects of gravity. Of course, you can point out exceptions, but then those are exactly that. So

Asics GT 2000 2 Review

For many years, the venerable Asics GT 21XX series had a loyal army of followers, and it was easy to see why. The shoes were ones where cushioning and stability happily co-habited, and this amicable balance was served in a manner which appealed to most runners. Starting

Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit Review

Gotta love this colorway of the new Free 4.0 Flyknit. Looks pretty rad – a fiery melange of red, orange topped with black, it doesn’t get any better than this. And what an evolution has it been for the Nike Free line-up. The shift started with release

Nike Lunarglide 6 Review

Footwear innovation can be a tricky thing. Particularly in the case of Nike Lunarglide, which has seen mammoth commercial success since its launch in 2009. The Lunarglide saw a huge update in 2012 in version 4 where Lunarlon foam came out of its midsole covering and instead