2012 Spring-Summer Running Shoe Review
By Competitor.com Published Jun. 18, 2012 Updated Jun. 26, 2012 at 9:56 PM UTC Photo: Scott Draper/Competitor
Table of Contents Mizuno Wave Rider 15, $115 Nike Lunar Eclipse +2, $135 Altra Provision, $105 Karhu Stable, $120 Under Armour Charge RC, $120 Inov-8 Road Lite 155, $120 Reebok Zignano Fly II, $100 Saucony Hurricane 14, $140 Skechers Go Run, $80 New Balance 860 v2, $110 Pearl Izumi Synchrofuel Road II, $125 Puma Faas 800, $100 Ecco Biom B, $200-$220 Brooks Adrenaline GTS 12, $110 K-Swiss Blad e Max Stable, $125 Hoka OneOne Bondi B Low, $170 Newton Distance Neutral, $155 adidas adizero Boston, $110 Brooks Ravenna 3, $100 ASICS Gel Kayano 18, $150
Nike Lunar Eclipse +2, $135
men: 11.6 oz. | women: 9.5 oz.
With a roomy fit that expands slightly with repeated wear, these lightweight stability shoes allow the feet to respond naturally to the road. The shoes felt noticeably more plush when standing than running because testers weren’t expecting the large amount of flexibility in the midfoot from a cushioned stability shoe.
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