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Here’s how much reducing the weight of your shoes can improve your 5K times.

Saucony-sponsored Ward doesn’t want to be at a racing disadvantage against the Nike Vaporfly 4%, so he’s fighting back with laboratory testing and statistical analysis.

Today’s trail shoes provide specialized features for a variety of different terrains. Here’s how to sort out what you need.

Saucony's Switchback ISO trail running shoe uses fancy tech to deliver a smoothly-cushioned, light and fast ride with a secure, comfortable fit.

HOKA's Carbon X is the “Chutzpah Shoe” of ultradistance road running: Aggressive and punchy, an audacious companion for long, stable, cushioned yet efficient efforts.

The Merrell Antora is an affordable, comfortable and stable trail shoe for women that provides exceptional protection from tough terrain.

The ubiquitous tapered toebox stems from fashion, not function, and may be the source of your running injuries.

The On Cloudswift is a comfortable and light, yet powerful, shoe to put in your rotation for up-tempo running—as long as you're not looking for a lot of security and traction.

The best leashes and harnesses for logging miles with your pup, tested and reviewed.

This limited edition, zero-drop, lightly-cushioned racing flat fits like a featherweight slipper and is designed with marathons in mind.

The Brooks Bedlam blends a bouncy responsiveness with a subtle stability system to create a sweet ride even for neutral runners.

Chunky residue or funky flavors have no place in your hydration pack—follow these tips to keep your drinks fresh

Three ways to safely clean your running shoes without damaging them

Stud your shoes with hex-head sheet metal screws to gain traction and security on ice and snow