Tough and nimble, these trail runners are ready to fly
Road-running shoes are turning up the foam again
Trustworthy kicks for when the going gets rough.
From road to trail and back again.
The new design paradigm: fat and fatter
From bare-bones featherweights to long-haul beasts, there’s a bag out there for you.
On turf or tarmac, these are our favorite women's trainers of the season.
These six jackets will help you log miles—safely—by trail or road.
Faster, more comfortable kicks for all conditions.
When Brooks released the original Launch in 2009, it was onto something big, but the project was placed on the back burner during the minimalist frenzy.
OK, so the Mutant ($130) is a narrow-footed-runner’s shoe with little time for funky foot shapes. But to those who fit into this toothy slipper, it is a thing of beauty.
The result of years of chaos—go minimalist! go fat! don't change a thing!—in the running market? Everybody wins.
The best thing going in this year's crop of shoes? Diversity.
The Ultralight Trail Running Essentials of 2015
The Best Women's Running Shoes of 2015