2010 Winter Running Shoe Review : Page 2

New Balance 870–($95)

The 870 is a low-profile, mildly posted trainer for high-mileage runners looking for moderate stability on long road runs.

Mizuno Wave Cabrakan 2–($125)

“Overall, I think these shoes are great trail shoes; nice security and stability and structure for rough terrain and gravel trail

Lowa S-Trail GTX and S-Cope GTX W–($145)

These make great shoes if you like to mix it up between hiking and running on challenging terrain.

Merrell Trail Glove–($110)

If the Vibram FiveFingers is a glove, the Trail Glove is, despite its moniker, a mitten.

La Sportiva Crossover GTX–($150)

“Great trail shoe, good traction up and down hills, and the built-in gaiter is an innovative idea that is perfect for snow.”

Keen A86–($90)

“I liked how flexible it felt while toeing off. The lacing system helps to wrap the foot just right by tightening in all the right

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.

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