Probably the funniest and most left of field trail running shoe review you will read this year!
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So what’s new? Asics have introduced asymetrical lacing that conforms to the shape of your feet. An increased toe box. Injected Solyte foam in the forefoot, increased Gel in the rearfoot and a more rigid, gender specifc Space Trusstic in the arch. This increase rigidity has also been added to by the addition of a [...]
Gender Specific seems to be the buzz phrase in footwear development at the moment and the new Asics Gel Nimbus 11 also follow this emerging trend. Taking into account the physiological differences between men and women when running, these shoes have been tailored to create Asics most advanced cushioned running shoes yet. So What’s New? [...]
Friends, it can’t be easy being a reviewer for Runner’s World, I think you might agree – and most especially not if the world in question appears these days to possess all the gravity of an annual Las Vegas porn convention, pre-silicon. In the March 2009 issue, editor Andy Dixon suggests that love and running [...]
This month on test we have the Men’s Asics Gel 2140 and the Women’s New Balance 1063 (report to follow). We could not have found a better man to put the Asics 2140′s through their paces. Adam Holland is currently attempting to be the the youngest man in history to run 100 marathons. So far he has completed [...]
The New Balance 768 is a moderate stability shoe that has long been popular with runners looking for an optimum blend of cushioning and stability. The 2008 update is designed to be more flexible and has added extra comfort features. The cushioning is still what first impresses. As soon as I put the shoes on [...]
Back in November UK Gear kindly sent us a pair of XC-09 Cross Country running shoes to review over the Winter. After miles of mud, rocks, rain, sweat and tears here is what we think. XC-09 The XC-09 has been designed to provide sufficient cushioning, support and protection for modderately rugged trails and this is reflected in [...]