Reviewing L’Amour Des Pieds Shoes Adelais Platform Wedge

There’s a new comfort-meets-style brand in the game, and we’ve got the scoop. L’Amour des Pieds (the love of feet) caught our attention last fall with gorgeous wedge styles in rich jewel-tones like the peep-toe Oraine and closed-toe Orva wedge, but their spring collection takes the cake! I am thrilled to review the L’Amour des […]


Reviewing Asics GT-2000 4 Lite-Show

The GT-2000 4 is a moderately cushioned stability shoe that is perfect for someone who wants a basic shoe with a stable and somewhat cushioned ride. Add in the Lite-Show characteristics, and you have a solid shoe for fall and winter runs! The reflective detail really stands out well when light shines on them, and […]


The Review of Nike Zoom Structure 20

Fall is the season when all the major stability shoes are released. For Nike, this means an update to the Zoom Odyssey and to the Zoom Structure. The LunarGlide was updated earlier during the year. The Structure is a well cushioned high mileage running shoe that offers moderate to high support for over-pronation. It retails […]


The Review Of Hoka One One Speed Instinct

I know that I’m not alone in my complaints about the narrow lasts, and often when training in past HOKA models I would notice that I felt like I was sliding off the platform of the shoe and wearing out the upper. With the Speed Instinct I finally got the HOKA fit I’m looking for (minus […]

ASICS GT-1000 5 Review

The Asics GT 1000-5 is a treat for the beginner to experienced runner. I have not run in GT 1000s before, I have a pair of GT 2000, which are slightly lighter, but not noticeably for the average runner like myself. The GT 1000s are flexible and breathable. They are fun to run in, and […]

Nike Free RN Review

Due to the extreme flex and compliant nature of the Free sole technology, the Free RN mimics the experience of barefoot running since the foot is allowed to flex naturally with the ground topography. According to Nike, the Free line was developed after learning that Stanford athletes were trading barefoot on the golf course. Therefore […]