Tagged: pronation

Propét Harrison Sandal Review

  The Propét Harrison Sandal For anyone with foot issues, wearing flip flops during the warmer months can be a bit of a pain – literally. Flip flops (or thong sandals, as the good folks...

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14 Review

The Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14 Run happy, says Brooks. Notice they don’t say run happy depending on the shoe – whether it’s “support” or “free”, Brooks’ intent is to have all runners happy. So...

Asics GT-1000 Review

When faced with the myriad of new offerings and new technologies available for general public consumption, sometimes it is nice to return to an old standby. Asics, long known for all things running, offers...

Pearl Izumi Syncro Fuel Road II Review

Pearl Izumi has recently released updates to their Syncro Fuel trail and road running shoes. The Syncro Fuel trail and road models were a hit with our testers a couple seasons ago, and the...

Mizuno Wave Precision 12 Review

Say Hello to Neutral Nirvana. Some think that the term neutral describes a lack of pronation correction. Literally, an absence of technology which somehow makes the shoe less of a buy. Some companies are...

Nike Lunarglide +3 Review

Some cushioned shoes err on the side of softness – it’s as if they replaced the original pronation correction with mysterious material, somewhat like the consistency of cotton candy. Other cushioned shoes err on...