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Hoka One One Bondi 6 Review
The Bondi 6 comes with some nice upgrades compared to the previous version. A redesigned heel area makes the upper more comfortable while a new mesh material makes it slightly less breathable. The shoe maintains a pillowy soft and smooth ride

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Polar launches 2 new GPS Watches: Vantage V and Vantage M
After teasing this launch for a while, Polar has finally announced today the launch of its two new GPS running (and triathlong) watches: the Vantage M and Vantage V. The Vantage V is the higher-end of these watches, retailing for $549, while the Vantage M is the mid-range option retailing for $279. Both watches come [&hellip

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Adidas SolarGlide Review
The adidas Solar Glide is a daily trainer for the urban runner who splits time across the gym and long outdoor runs who doesn’t mind a few quirks for a stylish shoe

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Nike Zoom Pegasus 35 Turbo Review
The Nike Zoom Pegasus Turbo is a lightweight version of the popular Pegasus trainer packed with ZoomX foam, previously only available in the Vaporfly Elite and Vaporfly 4%. The design of the shoe does not take into account the runner's comfort especially at the high price point

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Brooks Levitate 2 Review
The Brooks Levitate 2 is a neutral firmly cushioned shoe that is intended to be versatile enough for short and long runs and responsive enough for picking up the pace. This shoe is one of the heaviest shoes out there and it only gets heavier when wet.

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New Balance 1500 T2 Review
New Balance has taken all the things that are great about the 1500 and elevated it by adding the BOA closure system upper

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Mizuno Wave Creation 19 Review
The Mizuno Wave Creation 19 is a neutral highly cushioned shoe that is intended to be a daily trainer and for longer runs. This shoe is one of the heaviest shoes out there. It may be the heaviest shoe in the category. The fit is on the narrow side, even when going up a half size. The overall fit got better the more I wore the shoe. I did get blisters on the top of each foot after doing long runs in the shoe. I attribute this to the tongue material not staying flat and bunching during runs

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Brooks Revel 2 Review
The Brooks Revel 2 combines a fun, secure upper with a cushioned, neutral platform to continue this line’s appeal of all-day use along with quality at low cost

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Brooks Ghost 11 Review
The Brooks Ghost 11 is an everyday trainer with enough cushion for most distances. At a competitive price point, the shoe delivers a of positives

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Reebok Grasse Rd Review
The Reebok Grasse Rd is a high cushioned daily trainer that packs a lot into an affordable price range. Quality design and materials make for a surprisingly good shoe

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