Lightweight Running Shoes Reviews

Asics DynaFlyte 4 Review | Running Shoes Guru – Running Fitness Article

Asics DynaFlyte 4 Review | Running Shoes Guru Asics DynaFlyte 4 IntroAsics categorizes this shoe as a neutral trainer with an 8mm drop. The rearfoot is around 19mm, which puts the forefoot around 11mm.This is a fairly standard split for daily trainers and offers enough cushioning for most runners. For those that need 20+mm, try the Hoka and Altra brand of shoes.However, going too high up in stack heights increases weight, which this 8.5 ounce shoe is trying not to…

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Mizuno Wave Shadow 3 Review – Running Fitness Article

Mizuno Wave Shadow 3 Review Mizuno Wave Shadow 3 IntroThe Shadow 3 falls on the lighter end of Mizuno’s lineup. Designed as a neutral light trainer that is a nice cross between the now departed Sayonara and Hitogami.The Shadow 3 has the same U4ic and U4icx midsole blend as the V2 which keeps it snappy and built for speed.The mid foot overlays have been replaced with a smoother AirMesh Dynamotion fit upper that seems to resolve fit issues with its…

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Hoka One One Rincon Review – Running Fitness Article

Hoka One One Rincon Review Hoka One One Rincon IntroHoka One One is a brand that is well known for their over-the-top cushioning, and across most of their lines, they deliver on this promise. This promise of high cushion is what draws people to the brand year after year.And over the past few years, they have revamped their lines to make them more comfortable than ever.At $115, the Rincon is one of the cheaper options made by Hoka, and yet…

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