Brooks Neuro Review

Way too much design freedom on the midsole...those bubble shapes do not help the ride and are simply aesthetic.

The Brooks Neuro is one of the very few Brooks shoes I’ve run in.  I’ve only ever run the Cascadia 10 and Green Silence, and not many miles in either of those.  I was very intrigued by the design concept when I saw them at Outdoor Retailer last year, especially the decoupled design that lets […]

David’s Year in Review: Best Shoes of 2015 and Looking Ahead to 2016

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Although I had some bumps along the way in my running in 2015, I consider it a good year, and one in which I learned a lot and grew as a runner and person even though my race results don’t show too much. I started the year off with a 50k in January at the […]

Topo Athletic Runventure Review

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Topo Athletic has evolved quite a bit in the few short years since their inception late in 2012. Their first offerings were Tabi style shoes that featured a separated big toe.  Pete has a great intro into Topo and his thoughts on the original Tabi versions in his review of the MT.  My history with Topo […]

adidas adizero XT Boost Review: Unique and Effective Trail Shoe

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I’ve had a pretty long history with the adidas adizero XT line, having run in all of the XT models except for the first one (still keeping my eye on eBay for a pair). The shoes have evolved somewhat from the XT 2 and 3, which had a very versatile, all-mountain outsole that still runs […]

Nike Zoom Terra Kiger 3 Review: Better Update to Wildhorse 2?

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The original Zoom Terra Kiger was one of my first shoe reviews, and after carving up v1 to better suit my liking, Nike released a fantastic update in the Zoom Terra Kiger 2.  Other than retaining the original outsole design, which I thought was still lacking, the shoe was tweaked in just the right way […]

Salomon Speedcross Pro Review

Medium with throughout which I found not too wide, but not super precise either.  Right in the middle of comfort and performance in fit.

Salomon is a major player in the trail market not only with their shoes, but with well supported international teams, high quality video content, and full apparel and pack lines they are arguably the most recognizable brand in the trail running world.  Their shoes, however, have not fit my tastes very often aside from a […]

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 […]

Skechers GoRun Ride 3 Guest Review by Tyler Mathews

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My first pair of Skechers Performance running shoes was the GoRun 2. I loved those shoes. They gave me a breath of fresh air from the stuffy, typical norms that I found in most running footwear, so I was very excited when the opportunity arose to do some reviews for Skechers. I received the GoRun […]

Nike Free 3.0 v5 Review: Redemption For One Of My Favorite Shoe Lineages!

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Update 3/14/2014: Nike has just announced the release of the Nike Free 3.0 v6. For details, visit this post. After a phenomenal debut, the Nike Free 3.0 line entered a steady downward spiral, culminating in one of the worst shoes I have worn since I started reviewing running shoes back in 2009. The Free 3.0 […]

Altra Running Shoe and Gear Reviews

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Below are links to my most recent adidas running shoe reviews. Altra Instinct

adidas Running Shoe and Gear Reviews

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Below are links to my most recent adidas running shoe reviews. adidas adapt adidas Adios 2 adidas Gazelle adidas Hagio