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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...

  • Hoka Speed Instinct 2

    , January 23, 2018

    This is the shoe for off road Runners,  (or Walkers), that require confident footing, traveling up or down hills on challenging trails. Can also be worn on concrete and asphalt... but they love off road adventures! What we like... (read more)
  • Saucony Spitfire 4

    , January 23, 2018

    The Saucony Spitfire is designed for straight forward sprinter speed, or whisking around curves on the track in a full-on attack of your personal record time. For athletes that like a reasonably priced shoe with lots of value. What... (read more)
  • Hoka One One – Clayton

    , April 11, 2016

    No technical jargon in this short review. Just my thoughts on how they felt running.  I’ve run in a few different models:  Bondi Evo Tarmac, Clifton, Challenger.  All nicely cushioned and pretty light. The Clifton is my favorite running... (read more)
  • Hoka One One Challenger ATR

    , June 16, 2015

    After the introduction of the Clifton running shoe, Hoka One One lovers like me were eagerly anticipating it’s off road version, the Challenger ATR.  With a more aggressive outsole and a slightly more supportive upper, Hoka said to have... (read more)
  • Hoka Conquest

    , January 27, 2014

    Hoka One One Conquest: Those who have read my reviews in the past know that I’m a fan of Hoka running shoes. I like the out of the box concept introduced during a time when traditional companies were jumping... (read more)
  • 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)
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