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Nike React Miler 2 Review

Nike React Miler 2 Review

Nike React Miler 2 Intro The Nike React Miler is back with its 2nd edition this year. It was developed and introduced last year with high mileage in mind. It is advertised as a daily workhorse. The React Miler is a neutral trainer with a hint of stability. It is part...
Nike Air Zoom Vomero 16

Nike Air Zoom Vomero 16

The Nike Air Zoom Vomero 16 is a plusher, more comfortable version of the Pegasus 38 that has greater versatility because of its ZoomX core. Version 16 is only an upper change with the main difference being that it now has a thick, padded tongue which makes it feel...
Nike Air Zoom Rival Fly 3 Review

Nike Air Zoom Rival Fly 3 Review

OUR VERDICT The Nike Air Zoom Rival Fly 3 is an old school, lightweight tempo trainer with a flexible forefoot and a natural ride. It’s best suited to short, speed workouts but it can also handle long distances. Version 3 of the Rival Fly has been updated with a...
The 2021 Fall Running Shoe Guide

The 2021 Fall Running Shoe Guide

Hear that sound? It’s the sound of your pace per mile falling like the autumn leaves along your favorite running trail. Yep, fall is here, and those cooler temperatures mean faster times, longer mileage and—better yet—the perfect excuse for a new pair of running...
Nike Air Max 360

Nike Air Max 360

Nike compares running in the Air Max 360s to “running on air,” but the cool thing about the 360s is they look like you’re running on air. The shoe is unusually light (less than 13 ounces), and the clear see-through “windows” on the sides...