Hoka One One Arahi 4 Featured

Hoka One One Arahi 4 Review

Hoka has always done a great job balancing cushion and weight when it comes to shoe design, but they have taken it to another level by also taking into account stability. The Arahi model has gone through a number of iterations over the years, some looking a bit odd, but all with the same goal to give runners who need a little support a highly performant shoe. The Arahi 4 ...

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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 20 Featured

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 20 Review

Brooks has had just a couple years to figure out the Adrenaline platform (sarcasm), so when the GTS 20 dropped we knew we would get something solid and well built. Brooks dubbed the Adrenaline the Go-To Shoe (GTS, get it?) back in the day as it balances stability with an easy ride and is accessible for most recreational runners. With the 20, they have redesigned the upper and kept the ...

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Brooks Transcend 5 2

Brooks Transcend 5 Review

As far as Brooks models go, I have always had a special place in my heart for the transcend. Wind the all new five came in for a view, I knew these would be mine are well. My journey into running started with the more maximum cushion shoes, but very first iteration of the transcend is what got me hooked. I was excited to say the least and after also ...

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Altra Instinct Provision Featured

Altra Instinct 4.0 and Provision 3.0 Review

In today's wrap-up we are checking out two of the latest from Altra, the Provision 3.0 and the Instinct (for women called it’s the Intuition) 4.0. The reason we go head-to-head on these is because they are very similar runners both featuring moderate cushioning with the big difference around the level of support they provide. The Provision is definitely your stability shoe whereas the Instinct is your very neutral road ...

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