Posts tagged running shoes
Are 'On' running shoes good for you?

You've seen them on the trails, at local races and in magazines. Some of your favorite Instagram athletes even wear them during their long runs. But even with all the buzz around these shoes, you may still be wondering if On running shoes are good for you. In this guide, we discuss the scoop on On running shoes and break down five of their popular models. 

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Hoka One One x Oiselle team up for a new shoe (and we get to test it out)

This spring, Hoka One One and Oiselle are teaming up to release a special edition of the Clayton 2. Oiselle, the all-women's athletic apparel brand focuses on performance and leisure gear, first announced the shoe collaboration in August. With Hoka shoes becoming more and more mainstream,  we couldn't be more excited to hear about the news. 

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The Only Shoe Shalane Flanagan Will Wear (And 3 Other Shoes That Are Great for Race Day)

In a recent Instagram post, Shalane Flanagan, the U.S. four-time Olympian, Olympic Medalist and New York Times best selling author made a shocking announcement to her 123,000 followers: "...When I first tried the Nike Zoomfly 4% it was love at first run. I will never wear another flat to train or race in again". That's a bold statement from an American record holder.

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How to pick your next pair of running shoes

Have you ever tried to buy a new pair of running shoes? If you started your search by typing "good running shoes" into Google, you were probably presented with pages and pages of blogs and articles explaining what shoes are the 'best'. 

Unfortunately, when it comes to shoe reviews and recommendations, the internet can get a little overwhelming. Most reviewers have great intentions but many of them are so wrapped up in their love (or hate) affair with their shoe, they forget to remind readers that not all feet are created equally. 

With so many options, how can you find out which shoe is best for you? 


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The Best Shoes For Running | Winter 2016 Edition

Did you know the average running shoe lasts for about 300-500 miles? That's about 4-6 months depending on how many miles you put in! If you're planning to run in a spring  2016 5k, half or full-marathon, now is the best time to think about getting a new pair of running shoes. We've compiled a list for you to use as a guide to picking your next pair. 

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