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Product reviews

Our experiences and opinions after testing the newest triathlon products out there.

Brooks Levitate

This is a high mileage shoe that is eager to run any distance!  The Levitate’s technology provides excellent cushion, and quickly returns energy for the next stride.The interior of the shoe feels like a custom fit. The 3D Fit Print and FitKnit upper comfortably accommodates your foot as it moves and expands. The Arrow Point sole is designed for flexibility, durability and traction. Who is it for: Perfect for serious runners that like training and racing in a...

  • Saucony Guide 7

    , January 13, 2014

      What does Saucony actually mean or and how do you actually pronounce it? I feel like I get this question all the time. The name of the company is a Native American term, which means “mouth of a... (read more)
  • Newton Energy NR

    , October 8, 2013

    Newton Energy NR: Review Last fall I had the opportunity to travel to Newton’s headquarters in Boulder, Colorado to attend the Newton School of running.  Prior to attending the school I was somewhat unfamiliar with the brand since it... (read more)
  • Brooks Pure Cadence 2

    , May 2, 2013

    In mid 2011, Brooks, known for making such reliable and consistent running shoes as the Adrenaline and Addiction, introduced the Pure Project line. This line of shoes was their answer to the fast growing minimalistic running shoe market. The... (read more)
  • Garmin Forerunner 10

    , February 18, 2013

    Do you want to become a faster runner? If you do the Garmin Forerunner 10 is the most reasonably priced and most functional GPS watch on the market, retailing at $129.99. Right now Garmin has many models on the... (read more)
  • Hoka One One Bondi B Running Shoe

    , December 8, 2012

    In a time when running shoe midsoles seem to be getting thinner and thinner (following the trend set by the Vibram Fivefinger shoes), along comes a brand that takes running shoe design in another direction. The Hoka One Ones... (read more)
  • XTENX Shoe Laces

    , November 5, 2012

    The first thing you’ll notice about the XTENEX laces are the distinctive bumps or knots that run the entire length of each lace.  These knots are what hold the lace in your preferred tension or tightness, prevents lace unwanted... (read more)
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