The Stable Ride makes for a gimmick-free, supportive trainer that is best suited for heavier runners with low arches and wider forefeet.
After running in them, our testers were itching to try them out on ice and snow.
“Great shoes… I just wish people stopped staring at me like I was a weirdo wearing them.”
The end product impressed our testers.
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
This high-value, lightweight performance trainer offers a good deal of impact absorption, flex and moderate posting of the new midsole
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