TagMinimalist

New Balance Minimus Shoe Review

New Balance hit the minimalist trail shoe scene last year with the MT10 ($105).  They went even “super” minimal with the MT00 ($110). Let’s take a look at several of the Minimus line from New Balance.   INITIAL IMPRESSIONS...

Saucony Peregrine 2 Shoe Review

INITIAL IMPRESSIONS The Saucony Peregrine 2 ($100) is a great update from the original Peregrine with a more durable/lighter upper and improved traction. The shoe is form fitting, that is, it does fit snug. However, I did not need to go up a half...

Brooks PureGrit Shoe Review

The Brooks PureGrit ($100) is the first Brooks entrance into the minimalist trail line of shoes. The PureGrit has some unique features. It’s a neutral, cushioned, and flexible shoe.   INITIAL IMPRESSIONS Brooks include some great features...

Pearl Izumi Peak II Shoe Review

I know Pearl Izumi makes great cycling gear, but what about their trail running products. I will be reviewing the Pearl Izumi Peak II ($120) trail shoe.   INITIAL IMPRESSIONS The Peak II is a sub-10 oz lightweight trainer designed to be a...

VIVOBAREFOOT Neo Trail Shoe Review

The VIVOBAREFOOT Neo Trail ($115) shoe is a “barefoot-style” shoe designed to provide a better *proprioception while providing grip, traction and protection. *Proprioception – is the ability for the body to sense the forces acting...

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