Shoe Review : Page 2

Somnio Pacemaker – ($135)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage More than meets the eye, the Pacemaker is a customized lightweight training shoe that can double as a racer

Scott T2C — ($110)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage Scott has brought some ingenuity to the market with the T2C thanks to a novel heel entry that makes for

Saucony Grid Type A3 — ($95)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage There is a reason you’ll see some of the fleetest runners wearing this extremely light racing flat:

Reebok Premier SF Attack — ($90)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage An unsung hero, the Attack is almost generic and yet is a hit across the board when it comes to a

Nike Lunar Racer+ 2 — ($100)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage Fast yet soft, the improved Lunar Racer+ 2 wowed our test team with its obliging fit, flexibility and

Nike Free Run+ — ($85)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage Nike’s Free running has been instrumental in helping to define the minimalist and barefoot movement that

Newton Stability Racer — ($155)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage Those seeking a forefoot-friendly, lightweight shoe that doesn’t spare creature comforts should put the

New Balance 100 — ($75)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage It’s hard to imagine anyone running 100 miles over rugged trails in a racing flat that weighs fewer than

Mizuno Wave Musha 2 — ($80)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage The Musha 2, like its predecessor, is a unique pairing of weightlessness with support, underfoot protection

K-Swiss K-RUZZ — ($85)

2010 Summer Shoe Guide Homepage Shoe? What shoe? The K-RUUZ is light and sock-like enough that our test team felt they were running almost

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