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Tag Archives: light cushion shoes

New Balance 890 v7: What You Need to Know

When it’s time to hit the gas, you need a responsive, lightweight shoe — you’ve got it in the New Balance 890 v7. The 890 has served as New Balance’s core lightweight trainer for the better part of a decade, but this year New Balance has taken it a stride further with some impressive performance updates! […]

Asics Gel-DS Trainer 24: What You Need to Know

When we get distance runners looking for a new shoe, we hear a lot of requests — it needs to be well-cushioned but not too heavy, have just a touch of stability, and be lightweight and responsive. Turns out, not a ton of shoes fit that description! Well, here’s one that does — the Asics Gel-DS Trainer […]

Brooks Ravenna 10: What You Need to Know

As we saw with the Brooks Adrenaline 19, Brooks is completely shaking up the way they approach stability in running shoes. They’re ditching the old density posting for GuideRails, a dynamic stability system meant to guide your ankles and knees into alignment while running, as opposed to trying to correct for a certain amount of […]

Saucony Kinvara 10: What You Need to Know

There aren’t many shoes that we get asked about by name — the Saucony Kinvara 10 is one of them. For ten years, runners have loved this super lightweight shoe for speed work and race day, and it doesn’t look like that will change after this year. Saucony has preserved and celebrated the legacy of the […]