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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...

NEW BALANCE 980 FRESH FOAM SHOE REVIEW

If you have been searching the web and social media, 2014 is the trend for “maximal” shoes.  Although this category of shoes doesn’t have an official definition, but you can see that it is taking the learnings of the minimal trend (zero to low...

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