Shoe Reviews

Shoe Reviews

361

361 Chaser
361 Chaser 2
361 KgM2 2
361 Meraki
361 Sensation 3 Initial Review
361 Shield 2
361 Spinject
361 Spire 2

Adidas

Adidas Adizero Adios Boost 2

Adidas Adizero Adios Boost 3
Adidas Adizero Adios Boost 3 Initial Review
Adidas Adizero Boston 6
Adidas Adizero Boston 7
Adidas Adizero Mana 7 (via Japan)
Adidas Adizero Takumi Ren 2 (via Japan)
Adidas Adizero Takumi Ren 3 (via Japan)
Adidas Adizero Takumi Sen 2
Adidas Adizero Takumi Sen 3
Adidas Adizero Tempo 7 Boost Initial Review
Adidas Adizero Tempo 7 Wide (via Japan)
Adidas Adizero Tempo 9
Adidas Solar Boost
Adidas Supernova Sequence Boost 7
Adidas Terrex Boost Initial Review

Altra

Altra Golden Spike 
Altra Instinct 2.0
Altra Paradigm 4.0
Altra Repetition

Asics

Asics Tartherzeal 6 Review Asics DS Trainer 20
Asics DS Racer 10 Initial Review
Asics Gel-Hyperspeed 6

Brooks

Brooks Adrenaline GTS 14
Brooks Adrenaline GTS 18
Brooks Asteria Initial Review
Brooks Asteria Full Review
Brooks Ghost 6
Brooks Hyperion Initial Review
Brooks Hyperion Review
Brooks Purecadence 3
Brooks Purecadence 4
Brooks Racer ST5
Brooks Ravenna 9
Brooks T7 Racer
Brooks Transcend

Hoka

Hoke One One Arahi
Hoka One One Clayton 2
Hoka One One Clifton 4
Hoka One One Huaka
Hoka One One Infinite

Mizuno

Mizuno Wave Ekiden
Mizuno Wave Emperor 3
Mizuno Wave Inspire 14
Mizuno Wave Rider 20
Mizuno Wave Sayonara
Mizuno Wave Universe 5
Mizuno Waveknit R1

Newton

Newton Kismet

New Balance

New Balance RC 1400v3
New Balance 1500v1
New Balance 890 V6
New Balance Fuel Cell Impulse
New Balance Vazee Pace v2

Nike

Nike Lunarspider R6
Nike Zoom Elite 9
Nike Zoom Fly Initial Review
Nike Zoom Fly Full Review
Nike Zoom Pegasus 33
Nike Zoom Speed Racer 6
Nike Zoom Speed Rival 5
Nike Zoom Speed Rival 6
Nike Zoom Streak 6 Initial Review
Nike Zoom Streak 6 Review
Nike Zoom Streak LT 3
Nike Zoom Vomero 11
Nike Zoom Span 2
Nike Zoom Structure 18
Nike Zoom Structure 21
Nike Zoom Vaporfly 4 %

Reebok

Reebok Floatride Run Fast Reebok OSR Harmony Racer

Salming

Salming Speed 5

Salomon

Salomon S-Lab Wings 8

Saucony

Saucony Endorphin Racer 2
Saucony Fastwitch 6
Saucony Fastwitch 7
Saucony Fastwitch 8 Initial Review
Saucony Guide 9
Saucony Kinvara 5
Saucony Ride 10
Saucony Type A6
Saucony Type A8 Initial Review

Skechers Performance

Skechers GOmeb Razor
Skechers GOmeb Razor 2
Skechers GOmeb Speed 3
Skechers GOmeb Speed 3 2016
Skechers GOmeb Speed 4
Skechers GOmeb Speed 5
Skechers GOmeb Strada
Skechers GOmeb Strada 2
Skechers GOrun 4 2016
Skechers GOrun 5
Skechers GOrun 6
Skechers GOrun Forza
Skechers GOrun Forza 2
Skechers GOrun Forza 3
Skechers GOrun Ride 6 Initial Review
Skechers GOrun Ride 7
Skechers GOrun Ultra Road 2
Skechers GOrun Maxroad 3 Ultra
Skechers GOtrail 2

Under Armour

Under Armour Speedform Europa

Sock Blog

Features Elite Ultra Light No Show Tab

Gear Reviews

Elliptigo 8C
Fluid Recovery

Upcoming Reviews

361 Strata 2
Adidas Adizero Parley
Nike Zoom Elite 10
Reebok Float Ride Run Fast

If there is a product you would like me to review, please contact me at kleinruns@gmail.com

Comments

  1. Hi!

    Can you compare the adios boost 2 or 3 with the nike flyknit racer? Or make a solo reviw for the nike?

    Would be great!

    Thanks

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    1. I'm currently working on a brief review for the Adios Boost 3. The Nike Flyknit racer is a shoe that I have tried but currently cannot afford. I have tried it and found the sole to be very narrow and the upper to be a bit stiff. The large cut-out in the medial midfoot of the flyknit racer makes it a bit unstable along w/ the overall narrower sole. There are definitely better shoes similar to it like the New Balance 1600v3, the Brooks T7 Racer (soon to be Hyperion Racer) or Nike Streak 5 (soon to be 6) if you are looking for a high drop, 5k-marathon racer. The Adios Boost series is almost 2 ounces heavier than the Flyknit Racer, coming in with more and better cushioning via the Boost and the current version 3 of the Adios Boost series has a much wider and more accommodating forefoot. The Adios Boost series has better cushioning throughout the sole, whereas the flyknit racer only has a zoom unit in the forefoot and the sole does not feel as responsive as the boost.

      Overall if you're looking for a specific lightweight Nike product, I would look at the Streak or Streak LT series over the Flyknit Racer unless money is not a problem. I know many people that love the Flyknit Racer, but I prefer the Adios series.

      I will however admit that the Nike Flyknit racer is a cool looking shoe. That does not mean I will run in it though.....

      So those two are very different shoes due to weight, cushioning, durability, stability and use. There are also many other options out there that may be better.

      Hope that helps! Thanks for reading.

      -Matthew Klein, SPT

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    2. Thank you for your quick reply!

      The adios boost is my favorite shoe too. I only want to test the racer, cause friends use it and they're always telling that it's the best shoe they've ever used. The price of the nike is rather high and you can't find it cheaper on net. The adios you can get much more cheaper online. So i guess i will stay boost. ;-)

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  2. Nice Blog ! Thanks for such a informative post.

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