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Montrail Wildwood TR - Trail-Running Shoes: Reviews

DIRTMONGERThe Wildwoods are designed to work equally well on dirt as on pavement. And while we found the Wildwood isn't fluid enough for the road, it shined in hilly, rugged terrain. The outsole...

Adidas Supernova Riot - Trail Runners: Reviews

TAKES IT EASY Good for Packed Trails If cushion is king for high-mileage training or heavier runners, then the Supernova reigns supreme. Its pillowy crash pad is perfect for cruising on mellow trails...

Inov-8 X-Talon 212 – Trail-Running Shoes: Reviews

Technical Terrain Cross a race flat with a pair of crampons and the resulting mash-up might resemble the X-Talon. Tipping the scale at less than eight ounces, it's like a slipper with cleats, with a...

Columbia Ravenous - trail-running shoes: Reviews

Cool RunnerWe have to admit, the Ravenous surprised us. Columbia is new to the running market and debuts with this breathable, lightweight, perfectly competent trail shoe. It's best on rocky terrain...

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...

Brooks Ravenna - Running Shoes: Reviews

Good for the Road If you're like the vast majority of runners, you're looking for a shoe that offers a touch of stability and ample cushioning but don't want to pay the price in extra weight. Voil...

New Balance Trail 101: Trail Running Shoes Review

Bare-Bones SpeedsterDesigned with input from ultrarunner Anton Krupicka, who's so allergic to carrying extra ounces he races nearly nude, this super-minimalist trail shoe, with its wafer-thin midsole...

Brooks Adrenaline ASR 4 - Trail Runners: Reviews

This versatile shoe goes from road to trail—and October to April—with ease. Midsole cushion is pillow-like on rocky trails and flexy enough for roads, and the upper breathes well and...

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