Top Road Running Shoes of 2014 – by David Henry

adidas Adios Boost

I’m not as experienced with the road scene as I am with trail and ultra running (see my top 2014 trail shoes here), but I’m really enjoying the weekly track workouts I’ve been doing. Since training for the Spokane Marathon this last October, I’ve decided to keep incorporating a couple of road days in my training throughout the […]

Top Trail and Mountain Running Shoes of 2014 – By David Henry

Inov-8 F-Lite

Trail shoes are unfortunately viewed by many as road shoes with a little extra tread slapped on, and usually they run clunky compared to their road counterparts.  While this may be true of many models, and in some ways good trail shoes are similar to good road shoes, in other ways they differ quite a […]

Nike Zoom Elite 7 Review: Versatile All-Around Trainer With Room for Improvement

Nike Zoom Elite 7

I haven’t followed Nike’s offerings for that long. In fact, the only Nike shoe I’ve spent time running in prior to this year was the Nike Zoom Streak XC 3 (now sold, with an updated upper design, as the Zoom Streak LT 2). This year I’ve run in three Nike shoes: Terra Kiger v1, Kiger v2 and […]

Nike Zoom Terra Kiger 2: A Fantastic Update

Nike Terra Kiger Sole

It hasn’t been that long since I first wrote about the original Nike Zoom Terra Kiger in my June review.  I was pleasantly surprised by the shoe and found it very nice for smoother trails, and even mixed runs as the shoe ran quite well on pavement. Only a short while after my review I […]

Mizuno Wave Hayate Review: A Decent, But Mis-matched Trail Shoe

Mizuno Hayate

by David Henry Other than running in the Mizuno Wave Universe 3 a couple years ago, I have not run in any other Mizuno shoe.  When Pete asked if I’d be interested in reviewing the Hayate, I was excited to try out, what was for me, an untested brand and one that was making an […]

Ultra Race Report: Gratitude and Distillation at the Bighorn 100 Trail Run

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This is a guest post by Runblogger trail writer David Henry. You can read all of David’s posts here. My Racing Background Running a 100 mile race is something that had captivated my imagination ever since I found out they existed.  Something about the adventure and near impossibility of the idea intrigued me.  I fortunately (or […]

Skechers GoMeb Speed 2 Review: A Solid Distance Racing Flat

Skechers GoMeb Speed 2

By David Henry Skechers got a big boost when Meb Keflezighi won the Boston marathon earlier this year. For a brand that has been historically known more for casual shoes and kids shoes, having an elite American marathoner win Boston in their footwear was evidence that the Skechers Performance Division is making legitimate running shoes. They’ve since […]

Nike Zoom Terra Kiger Trail Shoe Review

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By David Henry For a brand without a strong history in the trail market, Nike has created quite the buzz with their latest offerings: the Nike Zoom Terra Kiger and Nike Zoom Wildhorse. Both shoes have a lot of features that will appeal to a wide range of runners, and Nike has even gone so […]

The North Face Ultra Trail Shoe Review

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  This is a guest review by David Henry. David is a 29 year old husband and father of 3 young children. He has completed over 20 ultra marathon events as well as many other shorter races. Some of the notable races he has completed include The Pike’s Peak Marathon, the White River 50 mile, […]