TagZero Drop

SAUCONY VIRRATA 2 SHOE REVIEW

Wow! Super light (sub-7 oz) in a zero drop package with ample protection! INITIAL IMPRESSIONS The Saucony Virrata 2 fit true to size.  You will notice an update to the upper – a “breathable and quick-drying mono mesh upper.” I think it is a great...

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...

Skora Women’s Form Shoe Review

REVIEW FROM FAITH GOSS Initial impression Cute design and color scheme Durable leather upper Interesting variation of lugs Offset lacing pattern Sockliner…no need for socks! Comfortable insert Super flexible Adjustable healstrap Technical Jargon...

SKORA Base Shoe Review

SKORA is a new shoe company based in Portland, Oregon that is entering the minimalist shoe market. The SKORA Base ($125) is designed as a road shoe. A trail version will be released in Spring 2013. Although a road shoe, a comment from one of our TRN...

GoLite Dart Lite shoe review

The GoLite Dart Lite shoe is advertised as a low-drop, trail running shoe: Specifications Upper: breathable mesh Insole: versatile PreciseFit™ system that can be customized for narrow, medium and wide feet by inserting or removing insole components...

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