Tagged: stability running shoes

New Balance 860v3 Review

New Balance has several new offerings for the spring of 2013, ranging from their minimus series (promoting natural motion) to heavy pronation correction. The 860v3 falls much closer to heavy pronation correction on that...

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...

Asics Kayano 18

Asics Kayano 18 Review

As the model number goes up and up in the ever popular Asics Kayano, the number of features seem to match the model numbers.  The Asics Kayano 18 has been around for a long...

adidas Supernova Sequence 4 Review

All of the major players in running footwear have their workhorse, best-selling lines that have been around forever. Asics has their 2100 series, Nike has the Pegasus, and Adidas has the Supernova. The Supernova...

Nike LunarGlide +2 Review

Continuing with the production of its minimum stitch running shoes, Nike introduces the LunarGlide +2.  By using an environmentally friendly adhesive, Nike is able to minimize weak points in the shoes while keeping a...

Puma Complete Spectana Review

Testers found the Women’s Puma Complete Spectana to be a very well-cushioned shoe that provided ample stability on road and on some trails. The sandwich mesh upper provides great breathability. The reflective materials around...

Women’s Asics Gel Culumulus 11 Review

The Cumulus is a neutral shoe that keeps getting better each year. The Cumulus 11 boasts a broad Solyte midsole, which is lighter than previous EVA midsloles, that provides excellent cushioning when combined with...