Outside reviews the best gear of June 2013, including the New Balance 870V3
Crucial gear for every road runner's kit
From minimalist speedsters to winter-ready mountain scramblers, we’ve got you covered.
The Gel-Scout was our favorite shoe for running on winding dirt.
The XT Wings is a great shoe for the more aggressive mountain runner.
The Trail excels in mud and sloppy snow thanks to oversize lugs and a Gore-Tex membrane.
The Terrafly's thin midsole makes it better suited for the minimalist speedster running roads or packed trails.
One tester summed up the Wave Enigma best: “A fast shoe trapped in a cruiser’s body.”
While the minimalism trend has shifted the center of the running universe toward lighter, more neutral designs with lower heels, shoe buyers are still faced with one crucial question: Performance or...
The Mix Master Aeroblock is terrific for running in wet conditions.
The Bajada is great for tempo running and all-around workouts.
The Kinvara TR is best for speedy, midfoot runners who prefer dry, flat terrain.
The Supernova Sequence is a surprisingly fast running shoe for heel strikers and mild pronators.
The Ghost GTX is great for heel strikers who like to run in winter conditions.
The Gel-Lyte33 is recommended for midfoot strikers with a speed jones.