The Guide To Buy Running Shoes

First time running shoes buyer ? Before diving into our reviews, take a moment to read this running shoes buying guide. 1. You need a shoe that was developed for running. Yes, in theory you can run barefoot and you can run in stilettos. You might have some basketball, tennis or leisure shoes already at […]

Nike Zoom Vomero+ 6 Running Shoes Review

Nike Zoom Vomero+6 First Impressions Out of the box, the VOMERO 6 looks understaded – and it is not a negative . At 130$ price tag, many competitors have more bells and whistles. The Vomero has a simple no-nonsense upper and a sole unit that just looks exactly the same of the one on the […]

Nike Zoom Elite 5 Running Shoes Review

Alas, Nike has decided to create a true update to the extremely popular Zoom Elite 4 which was last available in 2009.  Many runners thought Nike went astray when they created the Lunar Elite series that didn’t have the same feel of the popular Zoom Air, and I found that I was not alone in […]

Nike Zoom Vomero 7 Review

Nike Zoom Vomero+ 7 Review The Vomero is Nike’s premium neutral trainer, known for delivering big cushion for any runner looking for extra comfort and protection. The seventh version introduces some interesting changes. Out is the crash pad in the heel, and in is a redesigned upper, all while managing to shed about a half […]

Brooks Ghost 4 Running Shoes Review

Brooks Ghost 4 General Info After the highly-successful Ghost 3, Brooks went with a more conservative update for the Ghost 4, only improving on the Ghost 3’s advantages. Leaving the overall fit untouched, Brooks rebuilt the sole unit while trying and leaving the feel unchanged. The most noticeable changes from the Ghost 3 are the […]

Asics Gel Kayano 18 Running Shoes Review

We received two pairs of Kayano 18 to test from Asics (thanks!). Two reviewers (Ruggero and Theo) run some decent mileage on each and this review is a combination of their opinions. The review was not influenced by receiving the test shoes Asics GEL Kayano 18 First Impressions If Asics plays it safe with the […]

Asics Gel Fuji Racer Review

Asics Gel Fuji Race Initial Thoughts The Fuji Racer feels like a streamlined evolution of the Fuji Trainer trail shoe. This makes sense, a lighter, faster race shoe design to complement the lower spec version. It’s a minimalist streamlined design and about 100g lighter per shoe than the Trainer. The Racer fits closer to the […]

Asics Gel Blur 33 Running Shoes Review

Asics Gel Blur 33 Intro Asics always seems to be the company that sticks to its guns the longest when creating, or recreating, models of their running shoes. Any runner trying the ever popular DS-trainer or 2100 series can basically find the same shoe from year to year, only having to stomach aesthetic changes to […]

Asics DS Trainer 16 Running Shoes Review

Asics DS Trainer 16 General Info The DS Trainer is marketed as a ligthweight training shoe with added stability. DS stands for “Duo Sole”, a combination of two different outsole material that provide both grip and a feel for the road. The DS series (both Trainer and Racer) is very popular and Asics tried and […]

Asics Gel Kinsei 4 Running Shoes Review

Asics Kinsei 4 General Info As a follow-up to the popular Kinsei 3, the Kinsei 4 has quite a lot to live up to, and fans of the line will not be disappointed. The Kinsei 4 builds up on the technology found in the Kinsei 3 in a more flexible, lighter package. Asics uses the […]