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Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit 2015 Review

Remember this infographic from one of our previous reviews? In the time before 2011, Nike offered only two running Free versions within its 1-10 scale, with lower numbers indicating a shift towards an increasingly minimal level of construction, and higher numbers representing a more built up design.  Read more...

Nike Air Zoom Vomero 10 Review

Without exception, every brand or a shoe series has that product (or an event) which helped it achieve escape velocity; the massive push which speeds up the journey from esoteric adoption to mainstream acceptance. For Skechers, it would be Meb’s endorsement and the improved GoRun’s. For Hoka, the  Read more...

Nike Free 5.0 2015 Review

The other day, we were playing a word game. It was simple enough; you picked a running shoe and then try to describe it in one word, which could be a metaphor or an adjective. It was fun, for sure. Here goes: Nimbus 17? Marshmallow-ey. adidas Glide  Read more...

Saucony Kinvara 6 Review

For this review, let’s invent an imaginary couple and name them Bill and Amy. The year is 2012, and they decide to take a two year break and see a bit of the world. They plan to go to Asia, and soak in the sights and sounds of  Read more...

Nike Flyknit Lunar 3 Review

At times, running shoe evolution feels like computer OS upgrades. A brand new version gets released – a repository of powerful tech efforts, but comes with potential areas of can-do-better. Brand loyalists and tech geeks are likely to opt for immediate adoption, while conservative types might choose  Read more...

Hoka One One Vanquish Review

Everyone has seen this scene unfold a bit too often. A brand becomes popular, so it thinks that the count of shoe models on offer should be increased. Brands who do this smartly – by making sure each new model is differentiated enough – succeed in the  Read more...

Mizuno Wave Hitogami 2 Review

If there’s one thing any Japanese brand will never be in short supply of, that’s design inspiration. For the small sea-locked country is so rich in cultural traditions and diverse art forms, that if you were to stand in a busy Tokyo square, and chucked your Wasabi  Read more...