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
Saucony Hurricane 14, $140
men: 11.2 oz. | women: 9.7 oz.
Great for runners looking for supportive cushioning, the Hurricane 14 is like a plush cloud for your feet. All that softness doesn’t sacrifice stability; however, heavier-footed runners will appreciate the soft sole on their long training runs. But, take note, the dense cushion adds weight and can make for a clunky ride.
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