The Best Women's Running Shoes of 2015
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.
Maybe you and your road-running shoes have been in hibernation all winter. Regardless of what you're looking for, these shoes have what you need to get up and get out as the weather warms up this...
Spring's best off-road shoes strike a balance between speed and comfort.
The best new kicks of the season.
Six shells to get you out there, wind, rain, and snow be damned
Whether you're looking to blast through snowy trails or set PRs on the pavement, we've got the right kicks for you.
Though the Swiss-engineered shoe sports a thin, almost minimalist mid-sole, the rubber pads compress on each impact, so it takes almost all the sting out of the road while still feeling fast and low...
From superfat to ultrathin, these are the best new sun-season road runners.
Hoka’s trademark giant foam polarized our test group. Some loved it, especially the way the rockered sole felt on long downhills. Others hated it.
Minimalism is dead! Long live minimalism! These days, runners get it both ways.
Less is more—that's the big idea behind the latest crop of pared-down shoes.