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Adidas Adizero Hagio Review

The Adidas Adizero Hagio is an interesting shoe design that morphs the original Adios with some elements of the Adizero Pro. What’s come out is a hybrid that many runners will enjoy as a training and racing shoe. However, fans of a snug, tight fitting racing flat may find the Hagio not quite to their […]

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Adidas Adizero Adios 2 Review

Redesigning a classic is always a risky business and I began to get a sinking feeling when first turning the new Adidas Adizero Adios 2 over in my hands that the genius designers at Adidas may well have stuffed it up! Find out the verdict in this full review of the Adios 2.

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Saucony Hattori Review

The Saucony Hattori is a super light glove-like shoe that is very popular with experienced minimalist runners. However, the zero drop Hattori should be treated with caution. In this article I give my thoughts and those of Fred Brossard – a man with the courage to run a marathon in these feather weight shoes.

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Nike Free Run 2 Review

The Nike Free Run 2 is often described as an ideal shoe to begin a transition to minimalist running. I discuss this issue here and other potential uses for a shoe I’d describe as a useful all around performer.

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Nike Free 3.0 Review

The Nike Free 3.0 is the shoe I reach for first out of my growing pile of running footwear.This versatile shoe is great for general running and comes into its own as a means to practice good running technique.

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New Balance MT101 Review

As a runner who likes to get out into the forest and run some trails, I’m constantly on the lookout for running shoes that can cope with a sometimes more testing environment than pavement. Enter the NB MT101 a minimalist trail shoe with a rock stopping feature, find out why this shoe ticks the right […]

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Adidas Adizero Adios Review

As a self-confessed running shoe addict, I’ve worn many different shoe makes and models over the past few years, but I keep coming back to the Adidas Adizero Adios as they consistently provide comfort, speed and protection for many types of training and racing. Find out why this is my favorite running shoe.

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Adidas Adizero Feather Review

Adidas has delivered a new shoe, the Adidas Adizero Feather, into the Adizero range of performance running shoes that fits snugly into the marathon racing and minimalist shoe categories. The Adidas Feather is lighter than the Adios and has a Sprint Frame – find out what that is all about in this review.

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New Balance MR10 Minimus Road Review

I’ve written about and frequently run in Nike Free 3.0. So I was interested in how I would like the New Balance MR10 Minimus Road, which has design emphasis on helping runners move to a mid-foot strike. In my view the NB Minimus is a valiant try, but does not quite succeed, find out why.

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