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Our biggest take-away from this industry trade show? There are some sweet things coming spring 2015 from your favorite running brands. Check out the top 10 styles we can't wait to get our feet in.
Salt Lake City is hosting one of the running shoe industry's largest trade shows. We're headed out to get you the scoop on new styles and new technologies you'll see in 2015.
Merrell has long been known for its barefoot-inspired trail running shoes. This year, it's taking new strides and expanded its lineup by creating the AllOut series, a collection of neutral cushioned shoes that offer a touch more support than zero-drop options.
Simply the best protective trainer you can buy.
Reviewer: Jim | At Petersburg, FL
I trained 18 weeks exclusivley for a Full in these Nimbus 15s and had zero foot, ankle, or other problems. (50 years old, 5"11. 170lbs). They are Heavy but that's good for a trainer. Train in these for injury avoidance then lace up the gel racer version on race day. You will arrive at starting line healthy and enjoy the race and the DS Racers will feel like slippers. The nimbus 15s are on Clearance at. Half the price of shoes that are not even as goos..
Great race day shoe
Reviewer: Jim | St Petersburg
I trained in Asics Nimbus for my first Full last year and then raced in these DS Racers. Great race day shoe for distance runners needing some heel gel and arch support. Light and fast. Loved them. Soles are open though so your feet will get wet. If its raining, water drains out which is good. Otherwise,, avoid the puddles . As good as racing shoes twice at the price. Cant miss.
Reviewer: Mary Jane | Salem
These shoes were a great disappointment. I tried them since I can no longer get the Gel Evolutions(which were absolutely fabulous). These were given a high ranking for severe over-pronation, but they certainly didn't perform well. They were never very comfortable and had completely broken down by 4 months. I always alternate my shoes and have been strictly Asics customer, but even the Kayano are a disappointment after the Evolutions. Please bring them back!
The Best of the Best
Reviewer: Bob | Merrimack
Had a pair of Pure Flows and liked them very much but an old foot injury started to bother me so I bought a pair of Brook's Ghost. The cushioning is outstanding and the overall feeling of support gives me the confidence to relax and enjoy my run more than before.
LOVE these shoes for the road!
Reviewer: Emily | Anchorage, AK
I am currently on my 2nd pair of these great shoes! They are snug, light, and feels like I am running on clouds. The only negative to these shoes, is the lack of traction. I could never wear these shoes on the trail, or in slippery conditions! If you like a narrow, light, road racing feel, these shoes are for you!
Wears too Fast!!
Reviewer: me2run | Chicago, IL
I actually bought 2 pairs of the Wave inspire 10. I keep one pair for indoor fitness/treadmill running and the other pair for outdoor running. I love the fit and they are super comfortable however after a few months the forefoot padding goes as does the material on the top of the foot. I bought my first pair (indoor only shoes) in January and brought them back to the running store in April because the fabric by both of my pinky toes were ripping. I bought my second pair in March (before I returned the 1st pair) and this pair wore out and ripped by my pinky toe in less than 2 months. As much as I love the shoe if they can't hold up I'm not going to buy them. All four shoes ripped in the same places.
Reviewer: Sue | Gilbert, AZ
I've been running for 40 years, yes 40, and this is the best shoe for me and my trails. The shoe looked a little bigger than my previous pair of Cascadias, but fit the same. I take out the original insole and put a 5 ml lift in my left shoe, then some soft orthotics and a little heel cushion in both shoes, so I buy the shoe 1/2 size larger for those. At my advanced age (59) the cushioning and stability are the most important features, but the shoe also holds up very well to the wear and tear of gravel and dirt trails.
got exactly what I was looking for
Reviewer: Calmao | Bronx
Great comfortable sneakers, this are my second pair. great for running, walking and for ppl that work standing
Reviewer: Baker | Covington, TN
Great shoe for the 50k and shorter distance. It drains well, adequate protection for rocks, roots, trail trash (gum balls, acorns, etc.), and enough cushion to keep you comfortable. It is super stiff out of the box. I had about 25 trail miles before they felt great. Be prepared for a bit of a break in period. I can easily see these going 450-500 miles before running "flat." I also run the N2 for longer runs. Both are great shoes and run very true to size. Zero droppers and minimalist will enjoy the N1. The sole/tread/cushion is just enough structure to give you great protection with having great ground response. Lace up and enjoy!
Reviewer: Janet | Grand Rapids
This is my third pair of this style. I run 5Ks a couple of times a year. I like the support that I get from this shoe. Love the bright colors!
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