For rocky trails, smooth pavement, and everything in between.
Minimalist? Check. Maximalist? Double check. Fast and light? Always. Trail-running shoes now come in a wider variety than ever. Here are the best off-road picks for every runner.
It’s been years since we picked a thickly padded road runner as our top shoe. But the 1260v3 demanded the recognition. Yes, it goes overboard on the comfort, with a pillowy tongue and heel collar and...
Alberto Salazar has almost given his life to the sport on multiple occasions—he was once read his last rites after crossing a finish line with a 108-degree fever—and he's lived to share a few pieces...
Don't quit running because of a little snow and ice and numbing temperatures and potential frostbite! At least, not when you have this season's best running gear to help you out. Take a look at these...
The XR shift is best for going from blacktop to singletrack
The Xodus 4 is great for Midfooters on steep terrain
Long day in the mountains ahead? Try the 910V1.
Great for running fast on a rainy day, the Ultra Guide can stand up to some punishment
Midfoot runners who enjoy dry tracks will like the Puregrit 2
With its eggshell-thin sole, Merrell's Trail Glove is for paleo running enthusiasts only
A moderately cushioned shoe great for comfort addicts, and high volume feet.
Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the Vasque Pendulum
A moderately cushioned shoe great for road and trail.
If you like the feel of the lugs, you'll love these low-profile shoes.