Lisa Jhung

Scott Makani II - running shoes: Reviews

Because of the repetitive pounding of road running, you need a shoe designed for your particular foot strike. (Consult a specialty running store to diagnose your type.) If you overpronate, with your...

Mizuno Wave Precision 11: Road Running Shoes Review

Wave Runner"It feels like a racer with more cushioning," said one tester. Indeed, this neutral trainer may not be as feathery as the Kinvara (page 50), but at a mere ten ounces it's no slogger,...

Saucony ProGrid Paramount - Running Shoes: Reviews

Thanks to a full-length TPU Flexion Plate that instigates forward motion, we simply felt fastest in these light stability shoes. In other words, they're pricey but worth it. And you can run them hot...

Etonic Praya 2 – Running Shoes: Reviews

CushioningCombine a lightweight race shoe with a long-distance trainer, and you've got the Praya 2. Although it has more cushioning than the Karhu—and more than enough padding for ten-plus-mile...

End PDQ – Running Shoes: Reviews

The women-only PDQ is a minimalist shoe that's great for agile runners with good biomechanics. We love the use of partially recycled materials and reduced use of glues and parts overall, though we...

Nike LunarEclipse+: Road Running Shoes Review

Saves Some for LaterLast fall, we picked Nike's amazing LunarGlide+, with its unique Dynamic Support midsole, as our Gear of the Year. Nike built the new LunarEclipse+ on the same platform but opened...

Nike Air Zoom Vomero+3 - Running Shoes: Reviews

This futuristic, iPod-compatible shoe—put the wireless chip in the sole and go—is chock-full of women-specific features. Most notice­able are flex grooves that are aligned relative to a...

Brooks Glycerin 7 – Running Shoes: Reviews

CushioningCan't stand the squishy feeling of your current running shoes? The Glycerin 7, by far the firmest shoe of our picks this year, might be more your style—especially if you're a heavier...

ASICS GT 2140 Trail – Trail-Running Shoes: Reviews

No shoe is perfect for road and trail, but this one comes close. Gel cushioning in the heel and a flexible forefoot make the 2140 pavement-friendly, while traction (beefier than last year's model)...

Adidas Supernova Adapt: Road Running Shoes Review

Shock TherapyWhile many shoes are exploring new territory, this one seems to be tending the home fires—an unapologetically traditional, cushy stability shoe that sits high off the ground. But...

New Balance 768 - Running Shoes: Reviews

While this trainer may not serve up super-stability or piles of cush, we appreciated its simplicity, light weight, and ability to comfortably take on miles. It's a good choice for neutral runners to...

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