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Tag Archives: high cushion shoes

Mizuno Wave Horizon 3: What You Need to Know

Miles of pavement take their toll — if you pound out your fair share of long runs, you know the value of a supportive, well cushioned shoe. That’s even more true for those of us who need stability! The effects of overpronation compound as you increase mileage, as that added stress keeps chipping away at the […]

Brooks Glycerin 17: What You Need to Know

We hear it every year — pleas from runners that their favorite shoe goes unchanged. Usually, yearly changes to shoes end up for the better, even if they take a little getting used to. Other times, those runners’ fears are well-founded! Well, it’s a moot point with the Brooks Glycerin 17. Brooks must have figured they […]

On Cloudswift: What You Need to Know

On — we’ve always known and loved them for their performance, but they weren’t usually the first name that came to mind when we thought about plush shoes. That changes with the On Cloudswift, the company’s first completely new model since last May’s Cloudace. It’s a big one, too — On is introducing a totally new midsole […]

Asics Gel Nimbus 21: What You Need to Know

The Asics Gel Nimbus is one of the company’s most popular shoes — it’s the high cushion shoe that we see most of our neutral runners get into, especially when they want to run in something that will take more shock off the body. With the Nimbus on the yearly update cycle, it’s also the subject […]

Brooks Adrenaline 19: What You Need to Know

For decades, stability running shoes have been largely associated with stability posts. A stability post is an extra-dense piece of material used in the inside (or medial) part of the shoe, usually in the part of the midsole right under the arch of the foot. Stability shoes have varying sizes and densities of these posts — […]