Shoe Review : Page 3

Karhu Stable Ride–($120)

The Stable Ride makes for a gimmick-free, supportive trainer that is best suited for heavier runners with low arches and wider forefeet.

Inov-8 Oroc 340–($120)

After running in them, our testers were itching to try them out on ice and snow.

Hoka OneOne Mafate–($170)

“Great shoes… I just wish people stopped staring at me like I was a weirdo wearing them.”

Hi-Tec V-Lite Infinity HPI–($135/$130)

The end product impressed our testers.

Brooks Adrenaline ASR 7–($105)

If you were told to pack one pair of running shoes for a run in a mystery destination, not knowing the weather, surface or distance, this

ASICS Gel 1160–($85)

This high-value, lightweight performance trainer offers a good deal of impact absorption, flex and moderate posting of the new midsole

Nike LunarGlide+2–($100)

2010 Fall Running Shoe Review Homepage The LunarGlide+2 and its use of Nike’s dynamic support and adaptive

Vibram FiveFingers Bikila–($100)

2010 Fall Running Shoe Review Homepage The Bikila is named after the Ethiopian marathoner Abebe Bikila, who won the 1960

Terra Plana Evo–($160)

2010 Fall Running Shoe Review Homepage Embracing the minimalist movement, the Evo is more of a running slipper, compared to

Saucony ProGrid Ride 3–($95)

2010 Fall Running Shoe Review Homepage Those with narrow feet will appreciate the close fit and somewhat enveloping snugness of

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