The Asics Gel Nimbus 24 is a neutral, plush daily trainer. The first version of the Nimbus that I tried was the Nimbus 20 and I also tried the Nimbus 22, thus needless to say I needed to try the 24 next. I found the 22 to be better than the 20, so will the... Continue Reading →
Saucony Ride 13 – Not what you’d expect from an everyday trainer
Saucony has released a lot of exciting new shoes lately, completely new models like the Endorphin line, as well as existing models that have gotten a complete overhaul such as the Triumph and the Ride. They’ve changed a lot about this shoe compared to the Ride ISO 2, which is the previous version of the... Continue Reading →
Asics Gel-Cumulus 22: A more versatile shoe
I’ve tested Asics shoes before, however not the Cumulus. I wanted to see what the ride would be like in one of the most popular Asics shoes. Together with the Nimbus and the Kayano it is probably the most popular and well known shoe in the Asics collection and just like the Nimbus it is... Continue Reading →
Mizuno Wave Rider GTX – Just keep going
I’ve been looking for a Gore-Tex shoe for a while now. There aren’t that many on the market that aren’t trail shoes. I’ve had road running shoes that had pretty good drainage systems, but I’ve also had road running shoes that just absorbed all the water and took ages to dry after a run in... Continue Reading →
Saucony Triumph 17 – It’s all new, even the number
This is a shoe that I’ve wanted to try for a while now, I’ve been looking at the previous version of this shoe, but just never got around to it, so when the Triumph 17 came out I just had to buy it. In case you are wondering how we all of a sudden ended... Continue Reading →
Reebok Forever Floatride Energy 2.0 – Familiar, yet new.
This is the second version of the Reebok Forever Floatride Energy and I’ve also reviewed the first version of this shoe. I was pleasantly surprised by the first version and I was curious to see what they had changed in the second version. One thing they didn’t change is the slightly too long name, it’s... Continue Reading →
First impressions: Hoka One One Elevon 2
In 2018 Hoka One One presented the first editions of the Elevon, the Mach and the Cavu which together form the Fly collection. By now the Mach and the Cavu are onto their 3rd editions, but the second edition of the Elevon took a bit longer to arrive. I have reviewed the first edition of... Continue Reading →
361 Degrees Nemesis – Friend or Foe?
This is my third pair by this brand. I’ve tested the Spire 3 and the Strata 3 before. I liked both of those shoes, but they are also pretty similar, they are basically the highly cushioned, high milage models from 361, although the Spire is a neutral road running shoe whereas the Strata 3 is... Continue Reading →
361 Degrees Spire 4 – Is it really ultimate comfort?
I’ve been looking forward to testing this shoe. This definitely isn’t the first shoe by 361 Degrees that I’ve tested and I actually tested the previous model, the Spire 3 last year and I really like that shoe. I was pleasantly surprised by its comfort, so when I learned that the goal for the Spire... Continue Reading →
Hoka Clifton 6 – The shoe that works with you instead of against you
I’ve heard great things about the Hoka Clifton series, but me and Hoka shoes haven’t always gotten along great. But since everyone kept raving about the Cliftons, especially the first version, I decided to give the brand another go. Overall consensus was that the first version of the Clifton was great, but the opinions on... Continue Reading →