AfterShokz OpenMove review and comparison

I’ve been an AfterShokz user for the past 2.5 years now. AfterShokz is the number one company for bone conduction headphones. The transducers on the headphones send small vibrations through your cheekbones to your inner ear. Through bone conduction it bypasses the ear drums and leaves your ears open so you can still hear your... Continue Reading →

First impressions: Saucony Endorphin Shift

Lots of running shoe brands are launching shoes with new and exciting technologies to try to keep up with Nike and their carbon plate shoes. Not only does almost every brand now have a shoe with a carbon plate, most brands have also launched new midsole materials promising you softer or more responsive rides, or... Continue Reading →

OOfos OOlala Sandals Review

It's summer again, which means flip-flops (or sandals, or thongs, or plakkies, or teenslippers or whatever you want to call them). I used to walk on regular flip-flops, but they aren't great for your feet and since I have quite a flat arch, or a basically non-existent one, they really weren't great for my feet.... Continue Reading →

OOfos OOmg low review

OOfos makes recovery footwear. I've been using their sandals for a couple of years now and I think they're great. Especially after very long runs, but I also just wear them in the summer instead of regular flip-flops, because they have good arch support. However, I live in a country where it isn't always warm... Continue Reading →

Best running shoes of 2019

I reviewed 19 pairs of running shoes in 2019: 361 Degrees 361 Degrees Strata 3 The Strata 3 is the new mid-to-high mileage stability shoe by 361 Degrees. It has a new lacing system and is a nice plush ride. The Strata 3 is a good long, slow run training shoe for those looking for... Continue Reading →

Brooks Ghost versus Glycerin

The Ghost and the Glycerin are two of the most popular shoes in the Brooks line-up. They are both neutral road running shoes that have roughly the same stack height and the same weight. So which one should you get? The Brooks Ghost 12 has a forefoot stack of 19 mm and a heel stack... Continue Reading →

AfterShokz Aeropex review and comparison

I've have used the AfterShokz Trekz Air for the last 1.5 years. They are wireless bone conduction headphones. Through vibrations on your cheekbones they transmit the sound. And to be honest I don't know why there are still people out there that stuff/cover their ears with earbuds/headphones when they go outside to exercise, when you... Continue Reading →

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