The Rundown is a recurring column that features in-depth shoe reviews to help you make the best decision when purchasing new kicks. All reviews are based on a minimum of 100 miles being run by the wear tester.
Adam Chase / October 19, 2018
Inov-8’s MudClaw G 260 is a lightweight, flexible-yet-firm trooper that will get you through the ugliest of trail conditions.
M.T. Elliott / October 5, 2018
The Sonic RA is a snug-fitting trainer with a stiff and selectively-cushioned sole which creates a stable and responsive ride.
Christine DiGangi / September 20, 2018
With fall marathons coming up, the GT 1000-7 is an excellent choice for peak mileage weeks or a race itself.
M.T. Elliott / September 7, 2018
The North Face Flight RKT is a lightweight, race-day trail shoe for when speed outweighs protection.
Doug Hay / August 20, 2018
The Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 35's don’t just look cool, they’re a well-balanced daily trainer that runners will love for any workout.
M.T. Elliott / August 3, 2018
The Saucony Ride ISO is a form-fitting, cushioned training shoe with plenty of spring underfoot.
Elizabeth Carey / July 20, 2018
The New Balance FuelCell Impulse is a comfortable, low-to-the-ground running shoe in an attractive and lightweight package.
Chris Foster / July 20, 2018
The 361-Spire 3 is a well-balanced, neutral everyday trainer in a very low-key package.
Christine DiGangi / June 20, 2018
Brooks Levitate 2 delivers a consistently smooth ride but has room for improvement.