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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...

Nike Free Run+

Outside reviews the Nike Free Run+ road shoe.

New Balance 759

Outside reviews New Balance's 759 road running shoe.

Adidas Solution

Outside reviews Adidas' Solution road running shoe.

The North Face Single-Track Trail Running Shoes

Imagine a shoe that feels right whether you're running three miles around the park or all day in the mountains. Fantasy? Nope. Everyone on our team—from hardcore ultramarathoners to high-cadence...

Scott Makani II Road Running Shoes

Pass the crow. When we heard Scott, a company better known for ski gear and carbon-fiber bikes, was bringing a line of performance running shoes to the U.S., we were skeptical. Then we tried them....

Nike LunarGlide+ Running Shoes

1. A road shoe designed for both neutral runners and overpronators? Believe it. The LunarGlide's midsole has two foams—a soft type that cushions the direct heel hit of a neutral runner, and a harder...

Adidas Supernova Glide Road Running Shoes

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...

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