Weight 298gEvaluation For a brand that has such good road-racing shoes, it’s a surprise that Adidas hasn’t been able to make one of the top performance trainers as well. The Rotterdam will elevate the company to that upper level. It’s a lighter
Weight 377gEvaluation We were impressed with the first version of the Calibrate. It was a heavy shoe, with a mainly polyurethane midsole that offered a lot of support and tons of durability. The only down side was that it was mighty heavy
Weight 370gEvaluation While a number of firms are producing fast, grippy shoes that have obviously been designed as pure off-road shoes from the ground up, others still produce trail shoes that are closer to their road running models
Weight 205gEvaluation Built on a reasonably broad last for a racing shoe, and with a stability-enhancing fan-shaped Wave, the Revolver offers a decent amount of support for a fast shoe. That said, it still isn't a racing shoe for anyone other than
.(A review of the previous shoe follows:)Weight 340gEvaluation Like the Wave Rider, the Mercury benefits from a working over by Mizuno’s new Sozo design studio. And, like the Rider, the upgrade has been a positive one. Carbon fibre has been added to key areas
not as much as Reebok’s last racer, the 3D Speed. Reebok has also moved away from the outsole-free technology of its last few performance shoes, opting instead for a more traditional mixture of blown- and carbon-rubber tread.
Weight 361gEvaluation You’re spoilt for choice if you’re after a decent trail shoe with an Asics label attached. There’s the good value Gel Guts, the top-of-the-range Eagle Trail 2 and the latest addition to the range, the Mesa Trail. The Mesa Trail
. The Aello is no marathon shoe, but is great for anything up to 10K.
Weight 220gEvaluation Despite its 'old school' looks, the RC205 is actually a brand-new racing shoe. That old-fashioned aesthetic does give a good idea as to the shoe's strengths - a simple, minimalist, and lightweight speedster. This is, in fact
Weight 235gEvaluation If you're a light, fast overpronator, finding a racing shoe with added stability can be hard. If you fit this description, you'll want to check out the RC750. With a decent-sized medial post (for a racing shoe) and a plastic
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