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adidas Ultra Boost

adidas Ultra Boost

The adidas Ultra Boost is the latest in the Boost range to get an outing with TriGear and having previously been...
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adidas Energy Boost 2.0 ESM

adidas Energy Boost 2.0 ESM

The adidas Energy Boost 2.0 ESM promises great things in terms of power return with each footfall, but do they really live up to the hype?
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Hoka One One Challenger ATR

Hoka One One Challenger ATR

There are few brands as Marmite as Hoka, except of course Marmite. What is just as clear about these over-sized runners...
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New Balance 1400v2

New Balance 1400v2

Doing for the road what the Minimus 1010V2 did for trail, the New Balance 1400v2 is the latest iteration of the popular, lightweight shoe...
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Hoka One One Clifton

Hoka One One Clifton

Like all Hoke One One shoes the Clifton road shoe employs considerably more underfoot cushioning than ‘traditional’ shoes...
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adidas Adizero Adios Boost

adidas Adizero Adios Boost

The adidas Adizero Adios Boost Racing Trainer to give it it’s full and proper name is marketed very much as a distance running shoe, one that won’t just get through those longer distances, but get you there faster too… As is easy to gather from the name the shoe uses the Boost
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ASICS Gel-Super J33

ASICS Gel-Super J33

The trend for stripping back cushioning and moves towards more natural barefoot running continues unabated (thank you Born to Run) and the ASICS Gel-Super J33 is a great example of the direction things are taking. The 6mm heel to toe drop certainly throws the runner forward to
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