Brooks Ghost 13 GTX vs Ghost 14 GTX

The Brooks Ghost is the popular daily trainer in the Brooks line-up. I’ve reviewed the Ghost 12 before and although I enjoyed the ride, the heel to toe transition wasn’t that smooth. But Brooks has made some changes in the 13th and 14th edition of this shoe. I’ve tried both, but both in the Gore-Tex... Continue Reading →

Hoka One One Clifton vs Elevon comparison

I've reviewed several Hoka One One running shoes before and since All4Running gave me the chance to try the Clifton 7 and the Elevon 2, I decided to do a comparison between the Clifton and the Elevon series. The Clifton series was popular from the start. Especially the first version, so much so that Hoka... 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 →

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 →

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