Brooks Aurora BL Review

With its spacey design and unique feel, the new Brooks Aurora BL looks and feels out-of-this-world. It’s a training shoe that combines max cushioning with an ability for speed like nothing else on the market. The Aurora was created in the Brooks Blue Line lab or “BL” which tests new technologies, and so far this … Read more

Hoka Clifton 8 Review

They’ve only gone and done it – Hoka has created another winning running shoe with the Hoka Clifton 8. In this new model, Hoka has managed to create a nifty daily trainer that combines Hoka’s traditional rocker technology with lightweight comfort, feeling super soft and responsive under the foot. In 2014, Hoka released their first … Read more

Asics Gel Nimbus 23 Review

The Asics Gel Nimbus 23 is back for its 23rd year and comes with some updated styles and even more cushion. Asics has long been known for their reliable and comfortable running shoes with popularity across the globe. In recent years, the Asics Nimbus line struggled to obtain the right fit for the masses and … Read more

On Cloudflyer Review

The Swiss have done it again. On running is probably the leading up-and-coming running shoe brand of 2021 and has steadily been climbing the market since 2010. On was developed in the Swiss Alps with their goal of creating a shoe that feels like “running on clouds“ They wanted to “revolutionize the sensation of running … Read more

Saucony Endorphin Speed 2 Review

Saucony is on fire this 2021 season with their new Endorphin series. This collection has some powerhouse shoes built for speed but is also tailored to fit every runner’s need. From the Endorphin Shift to the Endorphin Pro 2 Saucony has created several fast, comfortable shoes that range from high mileage trainers to race day … Read more

Mizuno Wave Sky 5 Review

Mizuno has increasingly made a name for themselves in the running world over the past several years. With major updates to shoes like the Wave Sky 5 and Wave Horizon 5, Mizuno has increased their popularity and traction amongst runners of all levels. The Mizuno Wavesky 5 is their softest neutral shoe in their lineup, … Read more

Brooks Glycerin 19 Review

Brooks running company is all about “Run Happy“ and the Brooks Glycerin 19 absolutely lives up to that expectation. This is a shoe that will deliver happiness with each stride. As one of the leading running shoe companies nationwide, Brooks continues to excel in everyday trainers with their innovative technology and specialized cushioning. The Glycerin … Read more

Nike ZoomX Vaporfly next% 2 Review

The Nike ZoomX Vaporfly next% 2 is next-level elite and is arguably one of the fastest shoes on the market. The combination of a full-length carbon fiber plate and Nike’s responsive ZoomX foam is perfected to help runners reach record-breaking PRs (personal records). In fact, this is the updated shoe that Eliud Kipchoge broke the … Read more

Saucony Endorphin Pro 2 Review

Saucony’s Endorphin Pro and Pro 2 are state-of-the-art racing shoes for distances from the 5k to a marathon. These shoes are built for speed yet have a natural feel that rolls and propels a runner forward. The Endorphin Pro and Pro 2 offer maximal energy return with every stride due to the soft and springy … Read more

Hoka One One Rincon 3 Review

Hoka One One Rincon 3 Review: Introduction The popular athletic shoe company Hoka One One (pronounced O-NAY O-NAY) have upgraded their Rincon road running shoes. This shoe, being their third rendition, ensured that it came packed with all new changes to turn the shoe from good to great. The Hoka One One Rincon 3 (Amazon … Read more

Hoka One One Arahi 4 Review 

PROS CONS Good value-for-money Has to be worn in / could be too stiff for some Great cushion and stability Some runners reported tightness in areas Lightweight and durable Tongue occasionally slipped out of position on our pair Hoka One One Arahi 4 Intro Unless you have been living under a rock, you have heard … Read more