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Brooks PureGrit 3 Shoe Review

Brooks’ 3rd version of the PureGrit model.  Let’s take a look at the new update. INITIAL IMPRESSSIONS The PureGrit 3 came in at 10 oz (~284 g) with a 4 mm drop.  Each version has slightly increased in weight (9.15 oz (1st Version) & 9.7 oz (2nd...

New Balance MT110 V2 Shoe Review

The long awaited update to the MT110 version is here from New Balance.  I have not run in the first iteration of this shoe, thus my review will be limited to version 2.  Let’s take a look at the MT110 V2. INITIAL IMPRESSSIONS The MT110 V2 came in at...

Brooks Cascadia 9 Shoe Review

How many versions can a shoe go through and still maintain their success? Runner’s World has selected the Cascadia 9 as their Editor’s Choice for the Spring 2014 trail shoe guide. For you Cascadia lovers, Version 9 did not stray too far from last...

ALTRA TORIN 1.5 SHOE REVIEW

The Altra Torin 1.5 is classified as “high cushioning” in a neutral platform. INITIAL IMPRESSIONS The Torin 1.5 comes in at 10.9 oz (309 grams). The stack height is listed as 27 mm. I believe this includes the insole.  Running warehouse measures the...

ALTRA OLYMPUS SHOE REVIEW

The Altra Olympus is another entrant into the 2014 “maximal” shoes, that is, lots of cushioning with a minimal offset (for Altra shoes, it is a zero offset).  Altra trail running shoes are categorized by Maximum cushioning (Olympus); Moderate...

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