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Brooks Cascadia 5—($100)

[Spring10ShoeReview] Brooks Cascadia 5 ($100) — Cousin: Brooks Cascadia 4—brooksrunning.com Brooks could have named the Cascadia 5 the

Columbia Ravenous—($90)

[Spring10ShoeReview] Columbia Ravenous ($90) — Cousin: ASICS Trail Sensor —columbia.com One of the snugger shoes in the lineup, the

adidas Response Trail 16—($85)

[Spring10ShoeReview] adidas Response Trail 16 ($85) — Cousin: adidas Response Trail 15—adidas.com/running For all-surface runners, the

LaSportiva Raptor—($110)

[Spring10ShoeReview] LaSportiva Raptor ($110) — Cousin: Salomon XT Wings—sportiva.com As a protective and rugged trail shoe, the stable

Pearl Izumi Fuel XC—($110)

[Spring10ShoeReview] Pearl Izumi Fuel XC ($110) — Cousin: Mizuno Wave Ascend 4—pearlizumi.com The close fit of the midfoot helped to

Salomon XT Wings 2—($130)

[Spring10ShoeReview] Salomon XT Wings 2 ($130) — Cousin: Salomon XT Wings—salomon.com The XT Wings 2 received a marked response on the

Vasque Transistor FS—($100)

[Spring10ShoeReview] Vasque Transistor FS ($100) — Cousin: Vasque Blur—vasque.com A slight departure for Vasque, the Transistor FS is

Saucony Progrid Triumph 7—($130)

[Spring10ShoeReview] Saucony Progrid Triumph 7 ($130) — Cousin: Brooks Glycerin 7—saucony.com The narrow and cinched fit of the Triumph

Puma Complete Ventis—($100)

[Spring10ShoeReview] Puma Complete Ventis ($100) — Cousin: ASICS Gel Cumulus 10—pumarunning.com The Ventis provides a close fit that

Nike Lunar Elite+—($100)

[Spring10ShoeReview] Nike Lunar Elite+($100) — Cousin: Nike Zoom Elite+ 4—nikerunning.nike.com An “adaptive” shoe that morphed with

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