Running Shoes

How Do You Make Great Shoes Better?

Two years ago, Kim Conley was testing new track spikes for New Balance, and she was skeptical. New Balance’s engineers had taken data about her landing patterns, fed it into a state-of-the...

A Running Shoe for Cheaters

Twin brothers Adam and Ryan Goldston, owners of Athletic Propulsion Labs, found success for one very simple reason: they...

The Rebirth of Running

Two days after running and winning her first 100k ultra race last winter in the mountains above Malibu, Olympic marathoner Magdalena Lewy-Boulet, 42, did something she’s never been able to...

On Cloudracer

The Cloudracer’s rubber springs are no gimmick. Though the...

Tested: Maximalist Shoes of 2014

There are few debates more polarized in the running world than the one between maximalists and minimalists. It seems everyone either subscribes to the super-cushioned cult or the minimal...

The Best Kicks of Summer 2014

You can practically swim through the humidity and there are tsunami heat waves rising off sticky tar roads. But that’s not going to stop you from pounding the pavement this summer. Rather...

Hoka One One Conquest

Hoka’s trademark giant foam polarized our test group. Some loved it, especially the way the rockered sole...

Mo Farah's Favorite Shoe

Who doesn't love Mo Farah? The current Olympic and world champion in both the 5,000 and 10,000 ran a 2:08:21 in the 2014...

The Fat Shoe Revolution

Over the past year, Hoka One One, which introduced the first fat-soled running shoe in 2010, has grown by a whopping 400 percent. Naturally, other brands have noticed and begun producing their...

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