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11-Jan-18

Columbia Montrail Rogue F.K.T. II trainer Review

Columbia state that the Montrail Rogue F.K.T. II trainer is engineered for “performance and functionality”. I tested the running shoe on a mix of trails and tarmac.

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07-Dec-17

Altra Lone Peak 3.5 trail shoe review

Earlier this year I reviewed the Lone Peak 3.0 shoe and, on the whole, I liked it. I felt it would be good over longer ultras upwards of 50 miles due to the plush ride, but that the lack of proprioceptive feedback might hamper runners on more technical trails. I have actually continued to use the 3.0 for long, low intensity sessions and the shoe has grown on me, so it was with anticipation that I received the next edition – the 3.5 – to see how it stacked up.

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29-Nov-17

inov-8 Parkclaw 275 running trainer review

Running brand inov-8 are continually evolving their collection of shoes to suit an ever-broadening market. Their new inov-8 Parkclaw 275 is aimed at runners who enjoy both roads and trails. I have been testing the female version of the new Parkclaw on a variety of terrain.

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04-Oct-17

Hoka One One Speedgoat 2 shoes review

There is a great divide between those runners who love Hoka One One trainers and those that really do not. For those that do love them, it’s the deep, cushioned sole that is most attractive. One of the newest models is the Hoka One One Speedgoat 2.

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20-Sep-17

inov-8 Trailroc 285 review

As I pull open the box of a brand-new pair of Inov-8 Trailroc 285s, I look down and a smile stretches across my face. I’m back to being 14 again and thinking that I’m going to look like the coolest kid at the disco.

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23-Aug-17

The Scarpa Proton Trail Shoe review

Scarpa, the Italian footwear company, are well known for their hiking boots and probably less known for their range of running shoes. They shouldn’t however be ignored if you are looking for a versatile tick-all-the-boxes shoe.

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17-Aug-17

ON Cloudventure shoes review

ON is a Swiss shoe manufacturer, known for their unorthodox and innovative approach to running shoe design, who have been making small steps into the trail running market. Built around a classic chassis with a sole comprising 11 separate cloud “pods”, the idea is similar to the idea of compartment sprung mattresses, with the objective of giving you independent suspension for greater grip and comfort.

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09-Aug-17

Mizuno Wave Daichi 2 review

Described as a “road to trail shoe”, the Mizuno Wave Daichi 2 offers cushioning for the tarmac and grippy soles for the trails. Since the shoe is meant to be an “all-round trail shoe for use in all conditions” I tested the trainers on a mixed-terrain route, including path, wet grass, mud, rocks, stony trails and tarmac.

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03-Aug-17

SCOTT Supertrac RC review

The Supertrac RC (which stands for Race Concept) are SCOTT’s premier trail shoe, and they’ve been a while in development. They are designed for agility and speed over technical trails.

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13-Jul-17

Hoka One One Arahi review

Whatever kind of runner you are, the likelihood is that you will be putting in plenty of miles pounding the tarmac. I love the trails but life intervenes and so I find myself hitting the pavement, and very occasionally the treadmill but the less said about that the better. With that in mind, I have been road testing the Hoka One One Arahis.

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