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Brooks PureGrit 3 Review

Brooks PureGrit 3 Review Summary: The Brooks PureGrit 3 is a solid all around trail shoe with effective traction and protection. It is light enough to race in and durable enough for training. Pros: true sizing light weight solid construction responsive great traction Cons: ineffective sock liner unattached tongue caused …

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Montrail line up for the ladies!

Disclaimer: Tara has reviewed shoes and gear for me before, and I trust her completely with her opinion and integrity.  When she …

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Scarpa Ignite review

Summary: The ignite is a nice all-around traditional trail shoe with solid traction control, a moderate drop and superior durability.  Great for training and …

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Altra Lone Peak 2.0 Review

Initial Thoughts Altra has made some significant changes to its Lone Peak 2.0 compared to the prior model 1.5. The changes are …

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Adidas Adistar Boost Review

Initial Thoughts I am new to wearing Adidas. I had always thought the brand would be too narrow for my Hobbit-like feet. …

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Hoka One One Clifton review

Apparently it takes…ahem…big feet…to criticize Hoka One Ones. Because of a sizing disparity, I’m still not sure I fit that bill, but …

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Adidas Energy Boost

I’ve had this pair of shoes since November, have worn the heck out of them, and am just getting around to a …

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Montrail Fluid Flex 2

I was a huge fan of the Montrail Rogue Fly (reviewed here) last year, but hadn’t really paid much attention to new …