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This shoe brings carbon-plated speed to the masses

For most of their history, running shoes have been marketed and sold for their ability to reduce injury. That has changed.

Runners smack the ground harder—but get injured less—in more cushioned shoes. New research explains why.

The brand took its time entering the super-shoe race, but its new, responsive model for marathoners was worth the wait

We put this spring’s super spikes to the test on the oval and sorted the top models for each distance, plus the best-value options on the market

Our first impressions put it right up there with the best offerings from this beloved purveyor of cushy runners

The Speedland SL:PDX might just change how runners think about their equipment

Our trail shoemeliers pick the best off-road running models to pair with each trail surface

Advanced road racers, trail super shoes, and adaptable carbon fiber are some of the promises of the coming year

We only have space for seven shoes in our print magazine, but there are a few others you should know about, too

This year’s fastest kicks for every kind of terrain

In Episode 18 of the Endurance Podcast, host Ian Sharman talks with biomechanist and ultra-runner Geoff Burns about the tech, controversies, comparisons, and benefits of today's super shoes.

The upstart Swiss company is shaking things up with an unorthodox cushioning system and an emphasis on grassroots marketing

Our Gear Guy, Joe Jackson, likes the Challenger ATR 5 because its cushioned sole is kind on his body. “Hammering those mentally therapeutic miles and not complaining about aching knees afterward make the ATR 5’s some of my most cherished gear,” he wrote.

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