Lisa Jhung

Saucony ProGrid Razor - Trail-Running Shoes: Reviews

Good for Trails Even when the weather was truly heinous, the Razor helped us get in our runs. Wrapped in a waterproof, highly breathable eVent bootie that extends above the ankle, this unique shoe...

ASICS Gel-Pulse - Running Shoes: Reviews

Good for the Road This affordable neutral shoe had testers raving about its plush cushioning. It was easily the softest of our test but somehow found a way to impress everyone, from our heavier,...

Brooks Adrenaline ASR7: Trail Running Shoes Review

Hybrid HaulerThe Adrenaline ASR 7 is a classic stability road shoe with a perk: four-wheel drive. Its outsole has teeth for grip on snowy roads and moderately technical trails, but the rest of the...

Asics Gel Trabuco 10 - Trail Runners: Reviews

Tackle the trickiest winter trails with this all-conditions shoe, thanks to a tough toe cap, sticky rubber outsole, and rigid midfoot support. ASICS's signature gel pockets in the heel minimize...

Adidas Adizero XT - Trail Runners: Reviews

Live in a mild climate? These breathable mesh trail shoes (read: not winterized) are light and nimble, yet the grippy outsole allowed us to run confi-dently on loose terrain and packed dirt. The...

Adidas Supernova Glide – Running Shoes: Reviews

1. Who says you can't please everyone? Whether our testers had wide or narrow feet, or preferred slow, long runs or quick, on-your-toes workouts, somehow all were convinced the Glide was the perfect...

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,...

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